INCENTIVE SYSTEMS IN TURKEY FOR DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION: ISSUES OF AUDITING, LEGISLATION AND TECHNOLOGY USE

2012-05-18
Sezgin, Volkan
MEDENİ, TUNÇ DURMUŞ
There are indefinite numbers of incentives being implemented in Turkey at present which target different social groups offering various kinds of benefits. These programs are administrated by several government authorities such as Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Finance, Undersecretariat of Treasury, The Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, The Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology, The Ministry of Economy, Export Credit Bank of Turkey, Small and Medium Industry Development Organization (KOSGEB). The purpose of the whole system is to favor Turkish producers, raise competitiveness and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) level of Turkish economy.
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Citation Formats
V. Sezgin and T. D. MEDENİ, “INCENTIVE SYSTEMS IN TURKEY FOR DEVELOPMENT AND INNOVATION: ISSUES OF AUDITING, LEGISLATION AND TECHNOLOGY USE,” Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2012, p. 616, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/65062.