Macroeconomic Variables and Unemployment: The Case of Turkey

Taylan Taner Doğan


This study investigates the response of izmir escort kızlar unemployment to selective macroeconomics shocks over period of 2000:Q1-2010:Q1. It is found that positive shocks to growth, growth in export and and inflation reduce unemployment. On the other hand, shocks to exchange rate, interbank interest rate and money supply increase unemployment. antalya escort Our results are consistent with Phillips curve and Okun’s Law suggestion. Namely, negative relationship between output and unemployment and positive relationship between unemployment and inflation are found. Also, this study found consistent porno izle results with earlier literature.

Keywords: Macroeconomic variables; Vector Autoregressive Model; Impulse-response function

JEL Classification: E24; C22 

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