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SPECIAL FEATURES Managing Earthquake Risk Disinflation Programme
This 2001 edition of OECD's period review of Turkey's economy examines recent economic developments, policies and prospects. It includes special features on policy in light of the end-2000 financial crisis, fiscal policy, the structural reform program, and policy implications of the 1999 earthquake.
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Policy Reassessment in Light of the End-2000 Financial Crisis Pre-Crisis Assessment and Recommendations I. Achieving Growth with Disinflation -From Recession to Recovery: An Improving Economic Outlook -The Role of Monetary Policy in the New Disinflation Strategy -The Adjustment Process: Progress and Risks -Growth Prospects for 2001 and the Medium-Term II. Fiscal Policy: Stabilisation and Reform -Introduction and Review -Restoring Budgetary Stability -Debt Developments and Budget Financing -Fiscal Restraint and the 2001 Budget -Correcting Deficiencies in Fiscal Management -Assessing the Fiscal Consolidation Process III. The Structural Reform Programme -Growth, the Labour Market, and Income Distribution -Agricultural Reform -Privatisation and Liberalisation in the Utilities Sector -Banking Sector Reform -Social Security Reform -Human Capital Development IV. Policy Implications of the 1999 Earthquakes -Background -Economic Impact of the Disaster -Regulatory Issues: Towards More Effective Governance -Enlarging the Scope for Market Driven Economic Development -Summing Up: Implications for Future Disaster Readiness