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Turkey: The Trouble with Debt-Driven Growth

Turkey's economic travails provide a cautionary tale for other developing nations.

Weekend Reads from India: Turkey, Inequality, and the Kuznets Curve

Turkey has had a persistently high income inequality score, writes Shreenivas Kunte, CFA. Unequal wealth distribution may not have a direct relationship to the country’s current challenges, but the concentration of wealth and persistent disadvantage among certain sections of society, over time, can only result in discontent and instability.

The Turkish Economy Has Survived Crises Before, Elections are Key to Investor Confidence

Turkey, a member of the G-20 and one of the largest emerging markets, has been making headlines recently for its economic and political turmoil. To get a local perspective on the situation, we spoke with Attila Koksal, CFA, a seasoned investment professional based in Istanbul.

Poll: Which Emerging Market Is Facing the Most Difficult Economic Challenges?

Many expect that 2014 will be a challenging year for emerging markets. But which emerging market is currently facing the most difficult challenges? In a poll conducted earlier this week in the CFA… READ MORE ›

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