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Ekonomik Yaklasim. 2004; 15(52-53): 117-130

The Effect of Autonomous Expenditures on Employment: An Empirical Model for Turkey, 1989-2003

Mehmet Fatih CİN, Yelda B. TEKGÜL, H. Mahir Fisunoğlu.

This study investigates the effect of autonomous expenditure on Turkish employment between 1989.1 and 2003.1. We employ a simple model, in the line with Keynes (1936) and Weintraub (1981-1982) which is called KW model. Autonomous expenditures are taken as the total ofpublic expenditures (investment and consumption), private seetar gross investment expenditure, and export. As a second step, the effect of each expenditure is also estimated. We employ Engle-Granger and Johansen cointegration techniques. The quarterly data are taken from the Central Bank of Turkey. We find the elasticity of autonomous expenditure in wage unit on employment as 0.17. We also find positive effect on employment by public expenditure and private sector gross investment and negative effects by export. Positive affect on employment both public expenditures and private seetar gross investment expenditure are theoretically expected findings excluding negative effect by export. As for export, we conclude that increase in export has been done in the cost of decline in domestic demand.

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Article Language: Turkish English

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