Total Factor Productivity Project surveys come to the analysis stage

Aug 3, 2017

Company visits and surveys are completed 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, implemented by the UNDP and with the Ministry of Development as the final beneficiary. Moreover, an international benchmarking report showcasing Germany, South Korea and Turkey has also been completed within the project.

 

3,000 companies were reached in total

Company visits and surveys are completed within the context of the “Support to Development of a Policy Framework for Total Factor Productivity in Turkey Project”, which aims to identify the obstacles against productivity problem in economy, particularly in manufacturing industry. The survey was conducted by interviewing with 100 large-scale manufacturers, 400 medium-sized suppliers and up to 2,500 small-scaled sub-suppliers that are involved in the four major manufacturing industries - automotive, food, textile and electrical household appliances sectors.

 

Analysis results are of great importance

Following the completion of the interviews and surveys, the results are started to be analyzed. In the analysis stage, which is of great importance regarding the elimination of productivity problem in automotive, food, textile and electrical household appliances sectors; a synthesis will be made for public polices upon the international benchmarking results.

 

Case studies from Germany and South Korea were analyzed

Besides, an international benchmarking report showcasing Germany, South Korea and Turkey has also been completed under the project. The report, which compares those countries with Turkey, will provide important data in terms of showing international standards and practices in the field of Total Factor Efficiency.

 

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