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Le cercle vicieux des crises bancaire, monétaire et financière en Turquie

By Jean-Claude Vérez.

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Jean-Claude Vérez — The vicious circle of banking, monetary and financial crises in Turkey Turkey suffered a serious economic crisis in 2001. The national income fell by 10 % ; the number of the unemployed grew by a million, the exchange rate has been falling regularly and inflation remains very high. The causes are of banking, monetary and financial nature. While the financial liberalization of the 90s affecting the region since the gulf war may contribute to the explanation, the main reasons are structural. So while Turkey's candidature for the membership in the European Union is accepted, the current situation remains full of incertitude.Vérez. Jean-Claude. Le cercle vicieux des crises bancaire, monétaire et financière en Turquie. In: Tiers-Monde, tome 44, n°175, 2003. Prévoyance ou providence : la protection sociale, sous la direction de Blandine Destremau et Bruno Lautier. pp. 683-706

Publisher: 'PERSEE Program'
Year: 2003
DOI identifier: 10.3406/tiers.2003.5414
OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/tiers_1293-8882_2003_num_44_175_5414
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