CMN – FINAL PROJECT

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Reklamlar

CMN – FINAL PROJECT

                           ECONOMİC INEQUALITY BETWEEN REGIONS OF TURKEY

I have chosen ”Economic inequality between regions of Turkey” as my topic. I find this topic very interesting because it contains numerical evidences that prove Turkey has a high level of Gini Index which is used to measure the economic status all around the world. It also claims that Turkey is still a developing country. This topic not only considers economic status of Turkey but also it if effected by politics, progress plans of regions and region’s main source of income.Numerical values about Turkey’s economic inequality between regions have many aspects.

First of all, my research will have comparisons of region’s (there are 7 of them: Marmara, Ege, İç Anadolu, Güney Anadolu, Güneydoğu Anadolu, Karadeniz, Doğu Anadolu) income values. I aim to make a conclusion about region’s populations by consideringthese their economic status.

Finally, my research will be grounded to and supported by data of poverty line, general occupation of regions, population, number of poor, regional inequality and immigration.