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Handbook of Research on Global Issues in Financial Communication and Investment Decision Making
World Bank.
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The Role of Effective Communication on Economic Development: The Effects of Political and Economic Crisis on the Performance of Turkish Economy
Hasan Dinçer (Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey) and Emrecan Aracı (İstanbul Medipol University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9265-5.ch004
The process of financial liberalization draws attention as a process that took place after the 1980s and led by the strong countries, in order to overcome the narrowing in the economies of the world countries which have become polarized because of the Second World War and the Cold War period immediately following the Second World War. In this chapter, firstly, the definition of the financial liberalization period and the effects according to the countries are examined, while the risk and crisis issues are also evaluated. Economic and political crises that have occurred in Turkey after the financial liberalization process in ongoing part of the study also were assessed by considering the effects on the economy. In this context, the economic and political crisis in Turkey are analyzed as to their effects on the country's economic performance. Accordingly, every 10 years, an economic and political crisis in Turkey took place. The country's economy is affected negatively in the macro-frame.
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The Position of Mexico in the World: An Opportunity to Eradicate Poverty and Inequality Through Human Capital Implementation – Globalization in Mexico, Poverty and Inequality, Normativity, Poverty Measurement, Educational Reform
The World Bank is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. The World Bank Group comprises five institutions managed by their member countries.
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