Turkish Economic Review
TER (ISSN: 2149-0414)
 TER (ISSN: 2149-0414) is published as four issues per year, March, June, September and December and all publication policies and processes are conducted according to the international standards. TER is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, quarterly, open-access journal published by the KSP Journals. TER accepts and publishes the research articles in the fields of economics, fiscal economics, applied economics, business economics, labour economics and econometrics etc. TER, without depending on any institution or organisation, is a non-profit journal that has an International Editorial Board specialists on their fields. TER is an open Access Journal. Papers which are inappropriate to its scientific purpose, scope and fields are kindly rejected. It strictly depends on the scientific principles, rules and ethical framework that are required to this qualification.

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Current Issue: Vol 5, No 2 (2018): June

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter
Turk. Econ. Rev. i-iv

Letter to the Editor

On Turkey’s precarious economic situation
Steve H. HANKE v-vii

Articles

Is rentier capitalism that bad? Rent, efficiency and inequality dynamics
Mohamed ben Ridha MABROUK 107-135
An empirical assessment of exchange arrangements and inflation performance
Alexis CRUZ-RODRIGUEZ 136-149
Does new public management practices lead to effective public welfare responses in Pakistan
Rehman ASIF, Dawood MAMOON 150-173
Is there a significant change in the price transmission between producer and retail prices within the British Pork industry?
Dimitrios PAPARAS, Thomas PICKERING, Ourania TREMMA, Líis AGUIAR 174-190
Health and economic growth in Sudan: Cointegration and Granger causality analysis (1969-2015)
Elwasila S.E. MOHAMED 191-205
Corruption and health care provision: An externsion of the Shleifer and Vishny’ Model
Oscar BAYEMI, Benjamin YAMB 206-214
Is there a long-run association between globalization and productivity: The case of Turkey
Yüksel OKŞAK 215-222
Environment case study: Forestry and water management in Thailand: A win win wituation
Dawood MAMOON 223-225
Development induced displacement of rural communities in India: A critical review
Kalim SIDDIQUI 226-239

Book Review

Joseph E. Stiglitz, Rewriting the Rules of the American Economy, An Agenda for Growth and Shared Prosperity
Muhammad N. TAHIR 226-229
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