Intense International agenda in TFP Project

International studies are gaining intensity within the scope of the Total Factor Productivity (TFP) Project, which is being implemented to define the obstacles in front of economic efficiency and to determine the solutions, After the visit to South Korea, a technical visit to Germany is planned. Besides, an International Conference will be organized in March.

Technical review visit to Germany

In addition to the accelerating international studies, new efforts are underway within the context of the “Support to Development of a Policy Framework for Total Factor Productivity in Turkey Project”, which is financed by the EU and the Republic of Turkey, implemented by the UNDP and with the Ministry of Development as the final beneficiary. After the visit to South Korea in early December, a technical visit is planned to Germany. Besides, an International Conference will be organized in March. During the visit, it is aimed to examine technical samples from Germany, which is at an advanced level in the field of Total Factor Productivity (TFP), and to report the results.  A benchmarking report, which assesses Germany and South Korea and TFP policy frameworks are evaluated in, was prepared earlier to make inferences for TFP policies in Turkey.

International Conference with 400 participants ahead

Another important international event to be held within the scope of the project is planned for March. The International Conference, which aims to share project outputs with international participants, is aimed at ensuring the participation of a target group of approximately 400 people, consisting of public institutions and private sector and NGO representatives.

About the Project

Support to Development of a Policy Framework on Total Factor Productivity is a technical assistance project financed by the European Union (EU) and the Republic of Turkey, and executed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The beneficiary of the Project is the Ministry of Development and the contracting authority of the Project is the Central Finance and Contracts Unit (CFCU).