In Search of a Reasonable Credit Growth Rate for Turkey
Hakan Kara (),
Hande Kucuk (),
S. Tolga Tiryaki () and
Canan Yuksel ()
CBT Research Notes in Economics from Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey
This study presents a cross-country analysis of credit growth and draws implications for Turkey. Similar credit deepening phases in other countries suggest that an average of 15 percent annual credit growth would be reasonable and healthy in the medium-term.
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Journal Article: In Search of a Reasonable Credit Growth Rate for Turkey (2014)
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