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Sectorial Dynamic Advantage for Turkey

Sectorial Dynamic Advantage for Turkey

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Abstract Globalization increased the importance of export competitiveness. The Balassa index (1965) tries to identify whether a country possesses a ‘revealed’ comparative advantage through analyzing relative export performance, instead of determining the underlying other sources of comparative advantage. Against the criticism for static RCA for fai...

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... Turkey has 15 static comparatively advantageous, over unity RCA sectors, just 5 of them in rising star category (5, 18, 21, 36 and 37). The sectors (19), (24) and (30) are also in rising star category with RCA value below unity which can be seen Table 2 and Table 4 in the appendix. ...
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... problems that prevent the increase in share of export in these sector should be investigated with detail because the locomotive sectors like Textile (17) and motor vehicles (34) are in this group for the year 2015. Sectorial dynamic comparative advantage results can be seen Table 4 in the Appendix. ...

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