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Turkey

  • A. Cimenoglu
  • M. Ferrazzi
  • D. Revoltella
Part of the Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Banking and Financial Institutions book series (SBFI)

Abstract

Following the economic crisis of 2001, the Turkish economy and its financial sector undertook a profound transformation. This transformation, together with the strategic geo-political role of the country and the large size of the local market, makes Turkey a particularly interesting case among emerging markets.

Keywords

Interest Rate Credit Card Banking System Mutual Fund Banking Sector 
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© A. Cimenoglu, M. Ferrazzi and D. Revoltella 2009

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  • A. Cimenoglu
  • M. Ferrazzi
  • D. Revoltella

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