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Rising Labor Share in Turkey

Orhun Sevinc and Emre Cakir

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

Abstract: [EN] We follow alternative methods to estimate the share of labor income in value-added. We estimate that as of 2018 labor share in Turkey lies somewhere around 45 percent (no less than 42%, no more than 54%). We document that labor share robustly increases by about 12.2 percent from the mid-2000s to 2017. A shift-share analysis reveals that within-and between-sector forces are equally important for the rise of the Turkish labor share. [TR] Bu notta cesitli yontemler kullanarak isgucu gelirinin toplam katma deger icindeki payini olcuyoruz. Turkiye'de 2018 itibariyla emek payinin yuzde 45 civarinda (% 42'den az,% 54'ten fazla degil) oldugunu tahmin ediyoruz. Emek payinin yonteme bagli olmaksizin 2000'li yillarin ortasindan 2017'ye kadar ortalama yuzde 12,2 arttigini belgeliyoruz. Degisim payi analizi, sektorler icindeki ve arasindaki gelismelerin, Turkiye'deki emek payinin yukselmesinde esit derecede onemli oldugunu ortaya koyuyor.

Date: 2021
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