From Customs Union to Chapter Negotiations: The Turkish Economy on the Path to EU Membership

Edited by Yannis A. Stivachtis

ISBN: 978-960-6672-04-0, 282 pages

First published in 2010 by ATINER

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Table of Contents

 

List of Contributors

 

About Atiner

 

About the Editor

 

Acknowledgments

 

EU-Turkey Economic Relations: An Introduction

Yannis A. Stivachtis

1

1.

In View of EU Membership: European Union-Turkish Economic Relations, 1995-2008

Megan LeAnna Byrne and Yannis A. Stivachtis

11

2.

The Economic Implications of Turkeys Integration into the European Union: Implications for the European Union

Fadi Hakura

23

3.

The Economic Implications of Turkeys Integration into the European Union: An Analysis in Terms of Turkey

Irfan Kalayci

39

4.

Turkeys Fulfilment of the EU Economic Criteria for Membership

Megan LeAnna Byrne and Yannis A. Stivachtis

65

5.

The Current State of Turkish Economy:

Comparison with Bulgaria and Romania

Emel G. Oktay and Erhan Türbedar

79

6.

Turkeys Progress in Telecommunication Sector:

Towards EU Accession

Ayhan Tözer and Özgür Fatih Akpinar

97

7.

Agricultural Transformation in Turkey:

Implications of Turkeys Integration into the EU

Mahmut Tekçe

119

8.

EU-Turkish Enlargement Negotiations and Implications for Female Labor Force in Turkey

Aziz Kutlar, Faruk Kocaçik and Feray Erselcan

139

9.

Population Accumulation and Regional Development in Turkey: Implications for the EU-Turkey Accession Negotiations

Derya Altunbaş

163

10.

New Organizational Challenges in Turkey and EU Negotiations

Bariş Baraz and Ayhan Tözer

173

11.

Rural Tourism and Turkeys Accession to the European Union: Implications for Eco-Agro Tourism Farm Business in Turkey

Evrim Çeltek

185

12.

Trade Liberalization and Spatial Inequality:

The Case of Turkey

Arzu Akkoyunlu-Wigley, Sevinç Mihci and Hakan Mihci

209

13.

An Empirical Analysis based on Knowledge Production Function for OECD Countries including Turkey

Cengiz Cihan and Dilip Dutta

223

14.

Austrian-Turkish Business Relations:

Why Way behind Central and Eastern European Level?

Peter Krumhuber and Peter r. Haiss

249

15.

Corruption in Turkey from a Different Perspective

Figen Dalyan

 

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