International Conference on Eurasian Economies

International Conference on Eurasian Economies

17-18 September 2013 – St. Petersburg, RUSSIA

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Paper ID : 777
Status : Paper published
Language : Turkish
Topic : International Trade and Globalization
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Session : 7B Uluslararası Ticaret III

Economic Effects of European Neighborhood Policy on Countries
Avrupa Komşuluk Politikası’nın Ülkeler Üzerindeki Ekonomik Etkileri

Abstract

After the fifth enlargement of European Union in 2004 and with the expansion of European Unions borders and new neighbors, it became one of the important policies to provide security, stability and prosperity, and develop relationship between neighborhood countries. Although, enlargement process provide some opportunities to the member states of European Union, it brings about some difficulties. The differences at the life standards, environment, public health, prevention and combating organized crime between European Union and neighbor countries caused to create new policies. European Neighborhood Policy was launched in 2004, and consists of 16 countries, namely: Israel, Jordan, Moldova, Morocco, The Palestinian Authority, Tunisia, Ukraine, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Georgia, Lebanon, Algeria, Syria, Libya and Belarus. European Union and the partner country sign the Partnership and Cooperation Agreements or Association Agreements, and then the Agreement Action Plans are mutually adapted. Action Plans include privileged relationship, mutual commitment to common values, democracy and human rights, legal and market economy principles, good governance, sustainable development, energy and transportation policies. Within the framework of European Neighborhood Policy, the main aim is to arrange the relationship between the neighbors of European Union. In this study, economic effects of the European Neighborhood Policy will be examined for the relevant countries.

JEL codes: F15, P16

BALLI, Esra , Güreşçi Pehlivan, Gülçin (2013). "Economic Effects of European Neighborhood Policy on Countries" in Proceedings of International Conference of Eurasian Economies 2013, pp.518-523, St. Petersburg, RUSSIA.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.36880/C04.00777

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Session 7B: Uluslararası Ticaret III

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