This volume empirically investigates different issues of public sector economics. It covers country groups as diverse as the OECD and developing/emerging countries alike. The book is divided into three main sections: Issues in Public Sector Revenues, Issues in Public Sector Expenditures, and Analysis of Inequality. It consists of eleven papers related to the sections mentioned above. The authors of the chapters also offer some policy recommendations based on their empirical analysis.
FellowDr. Yilmaz currently works as a Fellow I in the Climate and Sustainability program. His current research agenda aims to…
Dr. Yilmaz currently works as a Fellow I in the Climate and Sustainability program. His current research agenda aims to enhance our understanding of the financial and economic consequences of the sustainable energy transition and to design effective policies to balance risk and growth prospects.
Prior to joining KAPSARC, Dr. Yilmaz worked as an economist at the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey, where he was actively involved in the research and the design of policies for the private and banking sectors. He also worked as a consultant for the World Bank and spent a year as an assistant professor of economics at ADA University.
He has authored various academic and policy articles and attended academic conferences and workshops. He holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Calgary.