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Turkiye’de Gida Fiyatlari: Uluslararasi Bir Karsilastirma

Fatih Akcelik and Canan Yuksel ()

CBT Research Notes in Economics from Research and Monetary Policy Department, Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey

Abstract: [TR] Turkiye’de gida enflasyonu tuketici fiyat endeksindeki diger mal ve hizmet gruplarina kiyasla yuksek bir seyir izlemektedir. Bu notta genel fiyat seviyesine oranla gida fiyatlarinin farkli ulke gruplarindaki seyri incelenmekte ve Turkiye’ye iliskin durum tespiti yapilmaya calisilmaktadir. Veriler, Turkiye’de goreli gida fiyatlarinin Avrupa Birligi uyesi ulkelere kiyasla yuksek olduguna ve 2007-2008 kuresel gida krizi sonrasi donemde aradaki farkin acildigina isaret etmektedir. 2010 sonrasi donemde, gida enflasyonunun yuksek seyrinin yani sira oynakliginin da diger ulkelere kiyasla belirgin sekilde yuksek oldugu gozlenmektedir. [EN] Food inflation follows a higher path compared to other goods and services in Turkey. This note examines the course of food prices relative to general consumer prices in different country groups in comparison to Turkey. Data indicate that the relative food prices in Turkey are higher than that in European Union and the difference between the two increases in the period following the global food crisis of 2007-2008. In post-2010 period, the volatility of food inflation in Turkey as well as its level is significantly higher compared to other countries.

Date: 2016
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