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Onis, Z. and B. Rubin (2003). The Turkish Economy in Crisis: Critical Perspectives on the 2000-1 Crises. London: Frank Cass.
b. Chapter in a Book
Boratav, K. and E. Yeldan (2006). "Turkey, 1980-2000: Financial Liberalization, Macroeconomic (In)stability, and Patterns of Distribution." in L. Taylor (ed) External Liberalization in Asia, Post-socialist Europe, and Brazil, Oxford and New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 417-455.
Ozatay, F. (2000). "The 1994 Currency Crisis in Turkey." The Journal of Policy Reform, 3(4), 327-352.
d. Working Paper
Celasun, O. (1998). "The 1994 Currency Crisis in Turkey." World Bank Policy Research Working Paper, 1913, Washington, DC.