Almost five years after the 2000-01 economic crisis, the fortunes of Turkey's economy have been transformed, with rapid economic growth for three successive years. This paper analyzes Turkey's economic performance under its reform program supported by the IMF and sets out guideposts for the reform agenda that lies ahead. Chapters examine economic growth since 1960, inflation, balance sheet developments, debt, the sustainability of fiscal adjustment, bank restructuring, and labor market developments, as well as the lessons from an empirical model of fiscal policy in emerging markets.
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