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Title: European Prospects of the Western Balkans
Title (other): The European Union and Moldova ;Relations between Turkey and the European Union ; Europejska perspektywa Ba¸kanów
Zachodnich ; Unia Europejska a Moldawia ; Relacje Turcji z Unià Europejskà
Author: Tekieli, Stanislaw | Wróbel, Jacek | Balcer, Adam
Series Title: CES Studies ; 13 | Prace OSW; 13
Publisher: Centre for Eastern Studies | OÊrodek Studiów Wschodnich
Year: 2004
Language: en | pol
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EUEU expansionTurkeyWestern Europe
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEuropean Community external relations and associated countries
Countries Scheme: LiechtensteinTurkey
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Title: Turkey and the European Union: Just another enlargement?
Title (other): Exploring the implications of Turkish accession ; On the occasion of the ?Turkey?s EU end-game?? ; European Policy
Summit of 17 June 2004.
Abstract
The paper analyses the likely political and economic impacts of Turkish membership of the EU for the Union itself. It asks whether Turkish accession can be managed in a similar way to that of other enlargements or whether critics are right that Turkey is too big, too poor, has too dangerous borders and is insufficiently 'European' to join the Union. Turkey was officially recognised as an EU candidate in December 1999, and in December 2002, the European Council announced that if Turkey met its political 'Copenhagen' criteria by the end of 2004 it would open negotiations without delay. Since then, major political reforms in Turkey have promoted democratisation, and led to considerable steps forward in the area of human rights including minority rights and in the area of civilian control of the military. At the same time, reforms are not complete and there are particular problems in many areas of implementation of reform including in the human rights area. Turkey is a large country in population terms and a small one in economic terms. If Turkey joins the Union in 2015 it will have a population of 82.1 million, slightly smaller than that of Germany at 82.4 million. By 2025, at 87 million people, Turkey will be the largest EU member state and will account for 15.5% of the EU's total population. Looking forward to 2050, population is predicted to stabilise at 97 million - 17.7% of EU-28's total population. Today, Turkey's economy is just 1.9% of EU-25 GDP. Assuming average annual growth of 5%, it would be 2.9% of GDP on accession in 2015. Turkey's GDP per head (at purchasing power parity) is only 27% of the EU average. Given its small size, Turkish accession will have minimal impact on the EU economy. As a large poor country, Turkey will be eligible for significant budget transfers from the Union. Likely budget flows in the first three years of Turkish membership are estimated at a total of u008045.5 billion, i.e. around u008015 billion a year. Turkey's own contributions to th
Author: Hughes, Kirsty
Series Title: A Friends of Europe working paper
Publisher: Friends of Europe
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: demographic developmentEU expansioneconomypoliticsTurkey
Subject: European Communities and European Union in generalDevelopment plans. RegionsPopulation dynamics
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: Assessing the economic implications of Turkish accession to the EU
Abstract
The paper explores the economic implications of the possible Turkish accession to the European Union. It focuses on three main changes associated with Turkish membership: (i) accession to the internal European Market; (ii) institutional reforms in Turkey triggered by EU membership; and (iii) migration in response to the free movement of workers. Overall, the macroeconomic implications for EU countries are small but positive. This is caused by cheaper imports and the benefits from trade creation. Turkey experiences larger economic gains than the EU: consumption per capita is estimated to rise by about 4% as a result of accession to the internal market and free movement of labour. If Turkey would succeed in reforming its domestic institutions in response to EU membership, economic growth in Turkey could increase more. In particular, tentative estimates suggest that consumption per capita in Turkey could rise by an additional 9%. These benefits would spill over to the EU. For instance, Dutch exports to Turkey would rise by another 1.8 billion euro and income by 500 million euro. [Author vide copyright]
Author: Lejour, A. M. | de Mooij, R.A. | Capel, C. H.
Series Title: CPB Document ; 56
Publisher: CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis
Year: 2004
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 90-5833-166-0
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionfreedom of movementmarketmigrationreformEuropäische Union
Subject: History of the European Communities. European ideaEconomics. Economic conditions. Economic doctrines and systemsAspects of migration
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: Turkey - a new corporate world for Europe
Title (other): An evaluation of the implications of potential Turkish membership of the European Union
Abstract
This report was prepared for the Turkish-EU Enlargement Council of the European Round Table of Industrialists. Its aim is to assist an evaluation of the implications of potential Turkish membership of the European Union. The EU is to review a European Commission report on Turkey's progress in meeting the Copenhagen Criteria for full membership at the European Council meeting due in December 2004 and, dependent on this review, decide on a date for starting negotiations with Turkey on full membership. The report describes Turkey as a large country with the consumer potential of a small European country. However, in the future, it will be a market which few companies can afford to ignore. The Turkey of today is a strategic asset to Europe by providing a buffer against rogue states and regional uncertainties. The Turkey of tomorrow is an asset as the power engine of regional growth and stability. Europe's endorsement of Turkish prospects will increase market confidence and fuel foreign and domestic investment in Turkish industry to take advantage of labour and transportation costs. It is a virtuous circle: a more prosperous Turkey creates European prosperity which is in turn reinvested in Turkey. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Eczacibasi, Bülent
Contributer: European Round Table of Industrialists
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansioninvestmentconsumer researchTurkeyeconomic development (on national level)
Subject: European Communities. European UnionEconomic and social developmentEconomic conditions. Economic structure
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: Turkey and the EU Budget
Title (other): Prospects and Issues
Abstract
When calculating the cost of Turkish membership for the incumbent members, one must appreciate that this process is highly speculative. Not only Turkey, but also the EU are evolving and changing constantly. In addition, one cannot know with certainty what the rules concerning the budget will be by the time of accession. Nevertheless, there are ways - at least to some extent- to calculate the cost that Turkey as a fully integrated EU member would represent to the budget. The first possibility is to calculate what Turkey would receive under the Common Agricultural Policy and the Structural Funds, as a full member today. The second approach would be to calculate what the EU would have to pay by a likely accession date such as 2015, under current rules. In this context, one should not ignore transitional arrangements such as PHARE and other pre-accession programmes that Romania and Bulgaria already benefit from. Although the authors are aware of the fact that the elaborated numbers may be altered, one may say that net transfers would have a significant impact in Turkey, while being a manageable amount for the EU budget. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Dervis, Kemal | Gros, Daniel | Öztrak, Faik | Isik, Yusuf
Series Title: EU-Turkey Working Papers; 6/2004
Contributer: Centre for European Policy Studies
Year: 2004
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: 92-9079-517-4
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: budgetEU expansionTurkey
Subject: European Community financial management
Countries Scheme: Europe. General ResourcesTurkey
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Title: Standpunkt: EU-Finanzmarktintegration: Reflexion ja, Müdigkeit nein
Title (other): Standpoint: Financial market integration in the EU: reflection yes, fatigue no
Abstract
The paper deals with Turkey's prospects of joining the European Union. For the start of accession negotiations, the political criteria should be fully met. Nonetheless, the question of EU membership for Turkey still polarises opinion, which differs over cultural factors and the assessment of costs and benefits for the EU. However, by the time Turkey possibly enters the Union around the middle of the next decade, the political and institutional framework of the EU itself is likely to have changed greatly. Independently of Turkish accession, it must be asked whether the EU needs criteria that can be quantitatively measured and verified in order to assess the accession candidates at the next enlargements. For in the wake of the past enlargements the EU has changed in quality and disparity. Turkey has made substantial progress with regard to macroeconomic stabilisation over the past two years, but its economy remains vulnerable to shocks. Sustained economic stability will require a continuation of the current reform policy. But Turkey does not lag too far behind the other current accession candidates Bulgaria and Romania. Turkey has also undertaken substantial efforts to improve its institutional and regulatory infrastructure. Here again, while Turkey lags the other accession candidates on a number of indicators, overall it does not compare too unfavourably with them. Not surprisingly, the gap between Turkey and the ten new EU members is more substantial. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Böttcher, Barbara | Jaeger, Markus | Quitzau, Jörn
Series Title: EU-Monitor; 18,2004
Publisher: Deutsche Bank / Research
Year: 2004
Language: en | de
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: discussionEU expansion
Subject: European Communities and European Union in general
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: An asset but not a model: Turkey, the EU and the wider Middle East
Abstract
Turkey could be the EU's biggest success in foreign affairs. Europeans should be proud that they are transforming, in a peaceful manner, the political system of a country as large and complex as Turkey. Regime change EU-style is cheap, voluntary and long-lasting. Turkey also has a lot to contribute to EU policies for the wider Middle East: credibility, political access and economic leverage. But compared to the rest of the Middle East, Turkey's case is unique: it has long-standing ties with the West; a secular state structure; and the bait of EU membership has transformed its political elite. The paper argues that Turkey is an asset for the EU, but not a model for the Middle East. The author believes that Turkey deserves a 'yes' from EU leaders in December to start accession negotiations. In return, Turkey must maintain the reform momentum, accept stringent monitoring, and make greater efforts to persuade a sceptical West European public that Turkey's accession is in their interest too. The practical and symbolic effects of Turkey's membership on the EU's policies and (self) image would be considerable, though not revolutionary. Turkey has a lot to contribute to EU policies on the Middle East: credibility, political access, know-how and economic leverage. If handled deftly, the prospect of Turkey's accession could be a real boon for EU influence in the region. The reverse is also true: a rejection of Turkey would not only jeopardise the reform momentum inside the country, but also counter the pro-EU and moderating shift in its regional policy. The EU would forego Turkey's contributions. And a shunned Turkey will more likely side with the US - both in particular instances such as Iran or Israel-Palestine, and in its overall foreign policy philosophy. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Everts, Steven
Series Title: Centre for European Reform essays
Publisher: Centre for European Reform
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionpoliticsgovernmentTurkey
Subject: European Community external relations
Countries Scheme: MIDDLE EASTTurkey
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Title: From drift to strategy: why the EU should start accession talks with Turkey
Abstract
Back in the 1960s the EU accepted the idea of Turkish membership in a fit of absent-mindedness, not as part of a coherent strategy. EU leaders and their voters are mostly unenthusiastic about the idea of Turkey joining the EU, and many prominent politicians openly oppose it. Yet the EU has made a series of half-hearted promises over four decades that will eventually force it to accept Turkey - grudgingly and with great misgivings. Now the EU needs to think strategically about this relationship rather than continue to drift. Turkey's membership aspirations are widely seen as a threat to European integration, but they are really an astonishing opportunity for the EU. Turkey is the largest and strategically most important country ever to apply for membership. It is a valuable partner for the EU in the Black Sea region and the Middle East. Every time the EU has set new conditions for starting negotiations, Turkey has met them. The current government in Ankara has pushed through deeply controversial reforms of the Turkish state, to comply with EU accession requirements. The EU is able to exercise 'soft power' in Turkey on an unprecedented scale - and in a strongly nationalistic, proud country. The United States cannot boast that any country has ever adopted its norms and followed its policy preferences so closely as Turkey has followed the EU's. For anyone who wants the EU to have a credible foreign policy, the Union's relationship with Turkey is a great success story. But for that success to continue, negotiations have to start. There are good and bad reasons for the EU to accept Turkey as a member. The worst reason to pursue accession is that the member states can find no alternative, even if their populations remain largely opposed to Turkish membership of the EU. In that case, negotiations will be slow, member states will be reluctant to close chapters, and the Turks will become extremely frustrated. The best reason for Turkey's accession is if the Turkish authorities use the acce
Author: Grabbe, Heather
Series Title: Centre for European Reform essays
Publisher: Centre for European Reform
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionpolicy of reformsTurkeyeconomic policy
Subject: European Community external relations
Countries Scheme: MIDDLE EASTTurkey
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Title: Economic Survey of Turkey, 2004
Abstract
Turkey is at a crossroads. After hitting the most severe crisis of its recent history in 2000-2001, the economy bounced back and is now among the fastest growing economies in the OECD. A new institutional framework for monetary and fiscal policies as well as for product, labour and financial markets, infrastructure industries, and agricultural support opened a window of opportunity to escape from the three traps of low confidence, weak governance and high informality which underpinned the boom and bust cycle of the past and to embark durably on a higher growth path. Success will depend on fully implementing and completing the new policy framework. For Turkey to truly establish a new 'economic regime' for growth based on macroeconomic and structural policy renewal, it is of crucial importance that confidence in government policies remains intact. So far, the convergence with the EU acquis, and the close co-operation with the IMF and the World Bank have contributed critically to the momentum of policies. The recent recommendation by the EU Commission to start EU accession negotiations - if confirmed by the European Council in December - promises to strengthen the international anchors and could underpin Turkey's shift to a new economic regime. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Series Title: Policy brief / OECD, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Public Affairs Division; October 2004
Author (Corp. Body): Organisation for Economic Co operation and Development ? OECD
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionmacroeconomicseconomystructural policy
Subject: European Community external relationsEconomic and growth policies
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: Étude économique de la Turquie, 2004
Abstract
Turkey is at a crossroads. After hitting the most severe crisis of its recent history in 2000-2001, the economy bounced back and is now among the fastest growing economies in the OECD. A new institutional framework for monetary and fiscal policies as well as for product, labour and financial markets, infrastructure industries, and agricultural support opened a window of opportunity to escape from the three traps of low confidence, weak governance and high informality which underpinned the boom and bust cycle of the past and to embark durably on a higher growth path. Success will depend on fully implementing and completing the new policy framework. For Turkey to truly establish a new 'economic regime' for growth based on macroeconomic and structural policy renewal, it is of crucial importance that confidence in government policies remains intact. So far, the convergence with the EU acquis, and the close co-operation with the IMF and the World Bank have contributed critically to the momentum of policies. The recent recommendation by the EU Commission to start EU accession negotiations - if confirmed by the European Council in December - promises to strengthen the international anchors and could underpin Turkey's shift to a new economic regime. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author (Corp. Body): Organisation de Coopération et de Développement Économiques OCDE
Year: 2004
Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionmacroeconomicseconomystructural policy
Subject: European Community external relationsEconomic and growth policies
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: When negotiations begin: the next phase in EU-Turkey relations
Abstract
Turkey's fulfilment of the EU's first set of political criteria qualifies the country to start negotiations. But EU membership is much more demanding than most of Turkey's political and business elite realise. They hope that they can bargain away many of the onerous requirements for EU membership. But the accession process is not about finding common interests between equal partners. Rather, it is about agreeing a timetable for the candidate country to apply the EU's laws at home. Most Turks will welcome the start of accession negotiations as confirming their country's identity as a modern, European country. The political elite hopes that it will ensure Turkey's future as a democracy with a stable economy. But the Turks will find that the EU is not just a club based on a shared identity, but also a huge set of rules and regulations. Its day-to-day business is not about values but about fire safety in shops and hygiene standards in dairies. European integration reaches deep into a country's policies and institutions. It affects not just high politics but daily life: how animals are slaughtered, how sewage is treated, and what products can be advertised on billboards. The EU covers foreign and security policies too, many of which are very sensitive in Turkey. For example, Turkey will have to demand visas from countries on the EU's black-list, including from the Russian and Iranian tourists which contribute significantly to the Turkish economy. Turkey will also have to align its policies towards neighbouring countries such as Iran, Syria and Armenia with those of the Union. Turkey will find it hard to accept such a strong external influence. The practical consequences of membership negotiations will be difficult, but the change in mentality required will be even harder. The Ottoman Empire was a great power. Britain's experience shows how hard it can be for ex-empires to accept sharing sovereignty in the EU, especially if they go on thinking that it is primarily an economic uni
Author: Grabbe, Heather
Series Title: Centre for European Reform essays
Publisher: Centre for European Reform
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionintegration dispositionintegration policypolitical integration
Subject: International relationsEuropean Communities and European Union in generalEconomic and growth policies
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: La Turquie et l'Europe
Abstract
The European Union's relation with Turkey is a permanent question of relations between the West and the Orient. The EU finally gave Turkey the status of a membership candidate at its Helsinki European Council in 1999. The Commission's opinion of 6 October 2004 that opens the EU door to Turkey is another step closer towards Turkey's objective of joining the Union. However, this calls for a consultation with EU citizens because it will lead to unforeseen changes in the Western world and its neighbourhood. The paper states that European citizens expect to have a say in this matter. The paper argues that, in contrast with all previous enlargements, the accession of Turkey to EU membership does not entail a simple adoption of the 'acquis communautaire' by the candidate country. It demands the setting up of a clear political project, based on common values and unprecedented solidarity. The paper wonders whether these exigencies are realistic, and whether there really is no third way between full membership and a complete rejection of Turkey. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Macé-Fassin, Laurent
Series Title: Etudes Européennes
Publisher: Centre des Études Européennes
Year: 2004
Language: fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: joining of the European UnionEU expansion
Subject: History of the European Communities. European idea
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: Turkey, the EU, and Freedom in the World: An Examination of EU Accession through the Lens of Data on Political Rights
and Civil Liberties
Abstract
Turkey's EU membership application is fraught with more difficulties than that of any other country to apply. The EU has been unwilling to rule Turkey out, but at the same time it has not fully committed to accepting Turkey as a member. At this point there is no definitive way to determine whether the EU has dealt with Turkey as it would with any other country with a similar human rights record but less controversy. It is only possible to evaluate what data exist and estimate where that should place Turkey in the accession process. By looking at data from Freedom House's Freedom in the World survey of political rights and civil liberties, this article suggests an alternative way of evaluating Turkey's position with respect to the EU. The evidence here suggests that Turkey is not yet as advanced in democratic reforms as other candidate countries have been, and therefore the EU cannot be blamed for its hesitance thus far. But it also indicates that Turkey is in a position different from all other candidates and that it could benefit from more active engagement than the EU is now offering. Turkey is a valuable ally to Europe and the West as a whole, and the EU should encourage positive trends in any way it can. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Repucci, Sarah
Series Title: Insight Turkey ; Vol 6.2004
Publisher: Freedom House
Year: 2004
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: civil rightsEU expansionintegration policyhuman rights
Subject: International relationsEuropean Communities and European Union in generalEuropean Community law in general
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: Turkey: On the road again
Abstract
The paper states that economic growth is picking up in Turkey and the economy is on the road to recovery. It concludes that it is up to the Turkish policy makers to make sure that the country's economy will leave its grave problems behind and enjoy a bright future. Despite the recent positive developments, the situation remains fragile: an increase in the real interest rates as a result of an adverse shock to system, a significant real depreciation for the reasons mentioned above, and a slow down in the growth rate because of resource constraints would harm the economic recovery, increasing the required primary surplus. A glance at the budget figures reveals that the government is operating at the limit. The public investment expenditures are at their lowest level in real terms, signalling that the economic infrastructure is under great strain. Assuming no adverse shock to any of the variables, a 5-6% primary surplus for the next 2-3 years requires a significant cut in the public sector employment and/or real wages and salaries. Furthermore, the worsening trend in the social security system, in terms of large deficits, should be reversed immediately. Although the government has been compliant with its programme so far, forthcoming local elections, increasing pressure from the public for populist measures and a strong resistance to restructuring and reform process may easily result in a reversal of the sound fiscal polices of recent months. On this front, the government should give stronger assurances that its firm commitment to the program will endure. [Urheber s. Copyright]
Author: Selcuk, Faruk
Publisher: Türk Sanayicileri ve Is Adamlari Dernegi
Year: 2003
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionTurkeyeconomic development (on national level)economic growth
Subject: European Community external relationsEconomic and growth policies
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: MITTEILUNG DER KOMMISSION: Strategiepapier 2005 zur Erweiterung : {SEC(2005) 1433 } ; {SEC(2005) 1421 } ; {SEC(2005)
1422 } ; {SEC(2005) 1423 } ; {SEC(2005) 1424 } ; {SEC(2005) 1426 } ; {SEC(2005) 1428 }
Title (other): {SEC(2005) 1433 } ; {SEC(2005) 1421 } ; {SEC(2005) 1422 } ; {SEC(2005) 1423 } ; {SEC(2005) 1424 } ; {SEC(2005) 1426 } ;
{SEC(2005) 1428 } | {SEC(2005) 1433 } ; {SEC(2005) 1421 } ; {SEC(2005) 1422 } ; {SEC(2005) 1423 } ; {SEC(2005) 1424 } ;
{SEC(2005) 1426 } ; {SEC(2005) 1428 }
Author (Corp. Body): Europäische Kommission / Generaldirektion Erweiterung
Year: 2005
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: KOM(2005) 561 endgültig | COM (2005) 561 final | COM (2005) 561 final
Language: en | de | fr
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Keyword: EU expansionCroatiaTurkey
Subject: European Community external relations and associated countriesEuropean Community treaties and agreements
Countries Scheme: CroatiaSouthern Europe. General ResourcesTurkey
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Title: Die Aquakultur im östlichen Mittelmeer: Griechenland, Türkei und Zypern
Abstract
In dem Themenpapier wird die Aquakulturproduktion in Griechenland, in der Türkei und in Zypern beschrieben. Es enthält eine Analyse der Entwicklung von Erzeugung, Markt und Unternehmensstruktur unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Haupterzeugnisse (Goldbrasse und Wolfsbarsch) und der Erzeugung von Rotem Thun als entstehendem Geschäftsfeld, das auf einer gefährdeten Ressource basiert. Das Themenpapier wurde erarbeitet für den Besuch einer Delegation des Fischereiausschusses vom 12. bis 14. April 2007. [Autor siehe Copyright]
Author: Iborra Martín, Jesús
Series Title:European Parliament - Note
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2007
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 379.220 | IPOL/B/PECH/NT/2007-02
Language: de
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: Fishing industry
Subject: Development plans. RegionsFishing
Countries Scheme: GreeceCyprusTurkey
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Title: Food Safety in Turkey
Author: Koletzko, Berthold
Series Title:European Parliament - Note
Contributer: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2006
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 375.849 | IPOL/A/NT/ENVI/2006-32
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Subject: European Community external relationsAgricultural productionFood industry
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: Capacity building for social dialogue at sectoral and company level - Turkey
Abstract
The project on Social Dialogue Capacity Building at sectoral and company levels is a follow-up of a similar project held at a national level in 2005. The methodology used included carrying out interviews with members of the nationally recognised representative organisations of employers and employees in the eligible countries - Turkey in this case - and collecting their views of the capacity of their members' organisations. The report reflects their views on the sectoral/branch- and enterprise-level developments. [Author vide Copyright]
Author: Öke, Mustafa Kemal
Publisher: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Year: 2007
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Arbeitspapiere, Preprints
Keyword: Social partnersdialogue
Subject: Social structure. Social conditions. Social changeEnterprisesLabourConditions of work
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: Capacity building for social dialogue in Turkey
Abstract
This paper analyses the capacity of Turkey?s social partners to effectively engage in social dialogue at various levels. The paper forms part of a wider, comparative project, managed by the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Ireland) and the Work Life Development Programme (Sweden). It is aimed at helping social partners in the 10 new EU Member States and the three acceding and candidate countries (Bulgaria, Romania, and Turkey) to build their capacity for social dialogue with a view to anticipating and managing change. The report concentrates on studying the organisational, financial, and personnel capacities of the national, central organisations of employers and trade unions for anticipating and managing change, anticipating future developments and implementing outputs.[Author vide Copyright]
Author: Oke, Kemal
Publisher: European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions
Year: 2006
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Subject: European Community external relationsConditions of workIndustrial relations
Countries Scheme: Turkey
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Title: The Closed Armenia-Turkey Border: Economic and Social Effects, Including those on the People; and Implications for the
overall Situation in the Region
Abstract
The closure of the Turkish-Armenian border in April, 1993 has generated grave costs to Armenia. A re-opening of the border would benefit greatly Armenia's economy and society, even if some economic sectors may suffer from external competition. The opening would also favourably impact Armenia's political development and open the way to the county's full integration into the region. Turkey also loses significantly from the closure, while having much to gain from a policy reversal. (u0085) The case for opening the border is strong, when viewed from all perspectives. How could this win-win situation be brought about in the face of interlocking and highly sensitive political problems? The EU could contribute greatly to incentivize and support these successive steps by making an effective use of its accession process with Turkey and the inclusion of Armenia in the European Neighbourhood Policy. [Nathalie Tocci]
Author: Tocci, Nathalie | Gültekin-Punsmann, Burcu | Simão, Licínia
Series Title:European Parliament - Study
Publisher: Europäische Union / Europäisches Parlament
Year: 2007
ISBN / ISSN / Kat.Nr: PE 385.526
Language: en
Ressource: Einzelne Berichte, Studien
Subject: FrontiersEuropean Community external relations
Countries Scheme: ArmeniaTurkey
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