Yıl 2017, Cilt 25, Sayı 34, Sayfalar 107 - 143 2017-10-31

Mali Konsolidasyon Büyüme ve İstihdam için Bir Çıpa mı, Mali Tuzak mı? Teorik ve Ampirik Literatür Temelli Bir Analiz
Is Fiscal Consolidation a New Anchor or a Fiscal Trap for Growth and Employment? A Theoretical and Empirical Literature Based Analysis

Hüseyin ŞEN [1] , Ayşe KAYA [2]

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Bu çalışma son yıllarda ülkelerin ekonomik gündemlerinin başköşesinde yer alan bir kavram olan mali konsolidasyonu, büyüme ve istihdam perspektifinden ele almakta; teorik ve ampirik literatürde bu minvalde yapılan tartışmalar ışığında mali konsolidasyonun büyüme ve istihdam üzerindeki kısa ve uzun dönemli etkilerini gözden geçirmeyi ve bir çıkarımda bulunmayı amaçlamaktadır.

This study undertakes a topic, which stands at an important issue of many countries’ economic agenda from the viewpoint of growth and employment; in the light of existing theoretical as well as empirical studies in this regard the study aims to review and to make an inference with regard to the effect of fiscal consolidation on growth and employment.

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Konular Sosyal ve Beşeri Bilimler
Yayımlanma Tarihi October
Dergi Bölümü Makaleler

Yazar: Hüseyin ŞEN
E-posta: aligokhangolcek@gmail.com
Ülke: Turkey

Yazar: Ayşe KAYA
E-posta: ayse.kaya@ikc.edu.tr

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APA ŞEN, H , KAYA, A . (2017). Is Fiscal Consolidation a New Anchor or a Fiscal Trap for Growth and Employment? A Theoretical and Empirical Literature Based Analysis. Sosyoekonomi, 25 (34), 107-143. DOI: 10.17233/sosyoekonomi.334410
MLA ŞEN, H , KAYA, A . "Is Fiscal Consolidation a New Anchor or a Fiscal Trap for Growth and Employment? A Theoretical and Empirical Literature Based Analysis". Sosyoekonomi 25 (2017): 107-143 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/sosyoekonomi/issue/31046/334410>
Chicago ŞEN, H , KAYA, A . "Is Fiscal Consolidation a New Anchor or a Fiscal Trap for Growth and Employment? A Theoretical and Empirical Literature Based Analysis". Sosyoekonomi 25 (2017): 107-143
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