• ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
  • 1. INTRODUCTION
  • 1.1 The objectives of the study
  • 1.2 Methodology
  • 1.3 Limitations
  • 2. LABOUR MARKET SITUATION IN TURKEY
  • 2.1 General trends
  • 2.2 Wage structure
  • 2.3 Social security and taxes
  • 2.4 Key issues
  • 3. EMPLOYMENT
  • 3.1 General trends
  • 3.2 Structural changes in employment (major sectors)
  • 3.3 Employment in the private sector
  • 3.4 Regional distribution of employment
  • 3.5 Rural employment
  • 3.6 Child labour
  • 3.7 u0091Hiddenu0092 employment
  • 3.8 Vacancies and structural imbalances
  • 4. LABOUR FORCE PARTICIPATION
  • 4.1 Demographic trends
  • 4.2 Labour force participation of the population
  • 4.3 Labour force participation by educational attainment
  • 4.4 Labour force participation by region
  • 4.5 Supply of hours
  • 4.6 Geographic mobility
  • 5. UNEMPLOYMENT
  • 5.1 Unemployment data
  • 5.2 General trends in total unemployment
  • 5.3 Unemployment by age groups
  • 5.4 Unemployment by educational attainment
  • 5.5 Unemployment by region
  • 5.6 u0091Hiddenu0092 unemployment
  • 6. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING SYSTEMS
  • 6.1 General status of the vocational education and training system
  • 6.2 Initial vocational education
  • 6.3 Continuous training and adult education
  • 6.4 Training for the unemployed
  • 7. LABOUR MARKET INSTITUTIONS
  • 7.1 Government bodies
  • 7.2 Labour market regulations
  • 7.3 Industrial relations
  • 8. LABOUR MARKET POLICIES
  • 8.1 Passive labour market measures
  • 8.2 Active labour market measures
  • 8.3 Public employment services
  • 8.4 Industrial policies
  • 9. SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
  • ANNEXES
  • Annex 1. Supplementary figures and tables
  • Annex 2. Annotated bibliography
  • REFERENCES
  • LIST OF ACRONYMS AND KEY TERMS