Orta Gelir Tuzağından Çıkış: Hangi Türkiye? Türkonfed Raporu, December 2012
Greening Turkish Economy: A General Equilibrium Investigation of Environmental Policies for Sustained Growth Report prepared for the Ministry of Development, mimeo. 2012. (with Aziz Bouzaher and Şebnem Şahin).
An Applied Endogenous Growth Model with Human and Knowledge Capital Accumulation for the Turkish Economy, paper prepared for the Economic Research Forum (ERF) Meetings, Cairo, March 2012. (With Ebru Voyvoda).
Interest Rate Smoothing and Macroeconomic Instability under Post-Capital Account Liberalization Turkey: 1990-2006, May 2008, PERI Working Paper No 173, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. (with Hasan Cömert).
Patterns of Adjustment under the Age of Finance: The Case of Turkey
as a Peripheral Agent of Neoliberal Globalization, February,
2007. PERI Working Paper No 126,
Enabling Activities For The Preparation Of Turkeys Initial National Communication To The UNFCCC Report Project submitted to the Government of Turkey, United Nations Development Program on Economic Evaluation for Policy Making:, June 2006. (with Cagatay Telli and Ebru Voyvoda).
THE PRIVATIZATION EXPERIENCE IN TURKEY: Implementation, Politics and
Performance Results, June 2005. Report Prepared for the Global Policy
Network and Economic policy Institute, Washington DC
Country Profile: Turkey, Macroeconomic Policy and Recent Economic Performance, March 2005 (with Teoman Pamukcu)
Country Profile: Turkey, Public Sector and Fiscal Policy Issues, March 2005 (with Teoman Pamukcu)
MANAGING TURKISH DEBT: An OLG Investigation of
the IMFs Fiscal Programming Model for Turkey (June
2003, with Ebru Voyvoda)
In this paper we investigate the fiscal policy alternatives on domestic debt management, cohort welfare, and growth for the Turkish economy. We utilize a model of exogenous growth in the overlapping generations (OLG) tradition with intertemporally optimizing agents and open capital markets, calibrated to the Turkish economy in 1990s. We examine the macroeconomic effects of the current IMF-led austerity program driven by the objective of attaining primary fiscal surpluses and illustrate the sensitivity of the program targets to growth shocks. Our results suggest that the current fiscal program based on the pr