International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Social Sciences
Abbreviation: IJIASOS | ISSN (Print): 2602-4802 | ISSN (Online): 2602-4500 | DOI: 10.29329/ijiasos

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International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Social Sciences 2022, Vol. 6(2) 109-137

Sendikalaşma ve Sosyal Harcama İlişkisi: Bir Politika Geri Besleme Etkisinden Söz Etmek Mümkün müdür?

Ufuk Özer & Mehmet Hanefi̇ Topal

pp. 109 - 137   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/ijiasos.2022.458.4

Published online: June 30, 2022  |   Number of Views: 71  |  Number of Download: 214


Abstract

Kamu politikaları, yalnızca kolektif politika aktörlerinin eylemlerine karşı bir reaksiyon değildir. Aynı zamanda kolektif politika aktörlerinin örgütlenme gücü üzerinde de etkili olabilir. İkinci duruma literatürde politika geri besleme etkisi denir. Bununla beraber, sendikalaşma ile sosyal harcama ilişkisini politika geri besleme etkisi bağlamında araştıran çok az sayıda ampirik araştırma mevcuttur. Bu çalışmanın temel amacı, 1990 sonrası dönemde sendikalaşma ile sosyal harcamalar arasındaki ilişkileri incelemektir. 24 OECD ülkesinin 1990-2015 dönemi verilerinin kullanıldığı ve panel regresyon ile nedensellik analizlerinin uygulandığı araştırmada, sendikal yoğunluk ve sosyal harcamalar arasındaki ilişkiler analiz edilmiştir. Araştırma sonuçlarına göre, OECD ülkelerinde 1990 sonrası dönemde sendikal yoğunluk sosyal harcamaları, sosyal harcamalar da sendikal yoğunluğu anlamlı bir şekilde arttırmaktadır. Bu sonuçlar, politika geri besleme etkisine dair güçlü bir kanıt sunmaktadır.

Keywords: Sosyal harcamalar, Sendikalaşma, Politika geri besleme, Panel veri analizi


How to Cite this Article

APA 6th edition
Ozer, U. & Topal, M.H. (2022). Sendikalaşma ve Sosyal Harcama İlişkisi: Bir Politika Geri Besleme Etkisinden Söz Etmek Mümkün müdür? . International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Social Sciences, 6(2), 109-137. doi: 10.29329/ijiasos.2022.458.4

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Ozer, U. and Topal, M. (2022). Sendikalaşma ve Sosyal Harcama İlişkisi: Bir Politika Geri Besleme Etkisinden Söz Etmek Mümkün müdür? . International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Social Sciences, 6(2), pp. 109-137.

Chicago 16th edition
Ozer, Ufuk and Mehmet Hanefi̇ Topal (2022). "Sendikalaşma ve Sosyal Harcama İlişkisi: Bir Politika Geri Besleme Etkisinden Söz Etmek Mümkün müdür? ". International Journal of Innovative Approaches in Social Sciences 6 (2):109-137. doi:10.29329/ijiasos.2022.458.4.

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