IMF Program in Turkey Erinc Yeldan

The Turkish crisis, which came in the aftermath of an exchange rate-based disinflation attempt, comes as no surprise to anyone who is somewhat-informed about the international literature on country experiences of macroeconomic stabilization. In fact, the observed growth-crisis path of the Turkish economy is well in line with the main empirical regularities associated with exchange rate-based disinflation.

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