Financial market integration in the EU and probable effects on Turkish stock market

Buzlupınar, Elif
The aim of this thesis is to analyze the probable effects of integration with European stock markets on stock market in Turkey as an acceding country. The required changes in Turkey’s legal framework and economic effects on Turkish stock market have been examined by reference to the current legal framework of the EU and the measures that can be defined as reform within the dynamic integration process of the EU. It is determined that adopting the legal framework of the EU will have numerous effects on all the parties involved in the stock market, namely; stock exchange, financial intermediaries, firms and investors, leading to a pro-competitive environment, the end result of which is likely to be an increase in the share of the stock market in the national economy and a positive growth effect for the economy as a whole.


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Citation Formats
E. Buzlupınar, “Financial market integration in the EU and probable effects on Turkish stock market,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2008.