Independent regulatory agencies in Turkey

Independent regulatory agencies in Turkey are public authorities within the executive branch of the state that are autonomous from the government or any other bodies.wikipedia
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Regulatory agency

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Independent regulatory agencies in Turkey are public authorities within the executive branch of the state that are autonomous from the government or any other bodies.

Sovereign state

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Independent regulatory agencies in Turkey are public authorities within the executive branch of the state that are autonomous from the government or any other bodies.

Government

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Independent regulatory agencies in Turkey are public authorities within the executive branch of the state that are autonomous from the government or any other bodies.

Constitution

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They constitute service-based (as opposed to geographical) decentralized administration in terms of the Turkish constitution.

Governance

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Independent regulatory agencies represent a historically unfamiliar mode of governance in Turkey whose tradition of public administration favors a strong and centralized state with a preference of market intervention.

Public administration

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Independent regulatory agencies represent a historically unfamiliar mode of governance in Turkey whose tradition of public administration favors a strong and centralized state with a preference of market intervention.

Liberalization

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The waves of liberalization and privatization measures taken following the 1980 coup d'etat, the conditionalities imposed by the European Union and the economic crises during the 1990s and early 2000s provided the necessary momentum for their establishment.

Privatization

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The waves of liberalization and privatization measures taken following the 1980 coup d'etat, the conditionalities imposed by the European Union and the economic crises during the 1990s and early 2000s provided the necessary momentum for their establishment.

Coup d'état

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The waves of liberalization and privatization measures taken following the 1980 coup d'etat, the conditionalities imposed by the European Union and the economic crises during the 1990s and early 2000s provided the necessary momentum for their establishment.

European Union

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The waves of liberalization and privatization measures taken following the 1980 coup d'etat, the conditionalities imposed by the European Union and the economic crises during the 1990s and early 2000s provided the necessary momentum for their establishment.