In the last 13 years or so, there has been a success in terms of economic stability: Inflation went down [and] growth was less volatile and much more stable.
Ending five months of political deadlock, elections in Turkey have handed President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's AK party a parliamentary majority and ushered a return to single-party rule.
Drawing more than four million more votes than it did in June's elections, the poll handed the AK party a fresh mandate to lead Turkey and address one of the country's biggest challenges - the economy.
Murat Yulek, a professor at Istanbul Commerce University and former IMF economist, joins Counting the Cost to discuss the AK party's economic policies.
Source: Al Jazeera