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Alexander Andreas Schierhuber

EU-Turkey relations: Between political influence and economic success

Political processes and their possible effects on the economy of a membership candidate

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ISBN: 978-3-330-50584-1
Verlag: AV Akademikerverlag
Format: Flexibler Einband
116 Seiten; 220 mm x 150 mm, 2018


How do political decisions change or influence macro- and microeconomic decisions? Which conflicts do political players experience while aiming for economic success? The ENP and other EU Neighborhood Policies are typical vehicles, which could provide the basis for business success of European companies in third countries and increase justice at same time. Turkey between 2000 and 2010 can be cited as an excellent example demonstrating clearly that different Neighborhood Policies have several impacts on all levels of a national economy of a third state. The author describes the EU Turkey relations, the following rule export and the resulting impact on the Turkish economy in general, as well as especially the development of five Turkish companies from 2000 until 2010. Based on the annual reports of EnerjiSA, Renaissance Construction, Turkcell, Turkish Airlines and Isbank, which represent core sectors of Turkish macro-economy, the author shows, how the diplomatic relations concerning a possible membership influenced their economic development as well as the development of the whole sector, in which they play a leading role.

Biografische Anmerkung zu den Verfassern

Schierhuber, Alexander Andreas
Alexander Andreas Schierhuber studied at Lauder Business School and London School of Economics and Political Science. He worked and lived in Vienna, London, Brussels, and Moscow. His experience in European politics and global business is the core of his research in geopolitical impacts on macro- and micro-economic developments.