A way forward for the turkish economy: lessons from Korean experience

A way forward for the turkish economy: lessons from Korean experience

To meet the demands and to assist the economic and social advancement of the development partnership country more efficiently, the Ministry of Finance and Economy of the Republic of Korea launched a special project under the name of “The Knowledge Sharing Program” with the Republic of Turkey. The KDI School of Public Policy and Managment (KDI School) was assigned as the project implementing agency (PIA) with the overall responsibility of planning, implementing and evaluating all the project activities. The close collaboration, consultation, and exchange with the State Planning Organization(SPO) of the Republic of Turkey has been a critical factor in producing the outcomes, namely recommendations, of the project.

Five projects constitute the Knowledge Sharing Program (KSP) of Korea and Turkey 2005-6, namely:

  • Public Policy for Private Sector Development
  • Technology Development and Innovation System
  • Human Resources Development
  • Administrative Response to Public Management Reform, and
  • Reforming the Fiscal Management System

 

  1. How good is this research?

    Assessing the quality of research can be a tricky business. This blog from our editor offers some tools and tips.