Unemployment and labour force participation in Turkey

2016-02-11
Tansel, Aysıt
AKSOY, EMRE
This article investigates the relationship between labour force participation rate and unemployment rate in Turkey a developing country. Cointegration analysis is carried out for the aggregate and gender-specific series. The findings indicate that there is no long-run relationship between labour force participation and unemployment rates in Turkey. Thus, unlike in the case of the developed countries, the unemployment invariance hypothesis is supported in Turkey.
APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS

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Citation Formats
A. Tansel and E. AKSOY, “Unemployment and labour force participation in Turkey,” APPLIED ECONOMICS LETTERS, pp. 184–187, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/31242.