Total Factor Productivity International Conference will be organized 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.
The conference, which will seek an answer to the question of "What should the government do to boost the performance of private sector in the 21st century?", will bring together representatives from public & private sector, university and civil society.
Preparations are being completed for the International Conference to be organized 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.
Leading names of Total Factor Productivity area are attending
The conference, which will be held in Istanbul in March, will seek the answer to the question of "What should the government do to boost the performance of the private sector in the 21st century ?". It will bring together the leading names from public & private sector, university and civil society in the area of economy and productivity in the manufacturing industry. The future of economic policies for productivity will be assessed and views will be exchanged on the role of the public sector in increasing the Total Factor Productivity in the economy at the conference. The conference will also be used as a venue to discuss and reflect on the Green Paper for Turkey's TFP Policy Framework. The sessions of the conference will be focusing on the major themes and questions raised in the Green Paper.
Concrete policy recommendations to be brought to Turkey's productivity problems
Global productivity challenge & changing business models, disruptive technologies & new business models, global value chains, firm management quality, management & innovation in SMEs will be discussed during the conference, during which Green Paper that includes policy suggestions on Total Factor Productivity
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