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Innovation is essential for the economy due to it accelerates to growth process. Due to technology lowers to cost and time for production stage, innovation is crucial for the economic growth. In this paper, technology intensive exports of the real/manufacturing sectors and regulatory framework, and its relation to the regulatory framework are examined in the emerging market. In this paper, the regulatory framework of innovation activities and its impact on technology intensive exports in Turkey are examined between 1990 and 2010. Obtained results show that there is some technology intensive exports interaction with the regulatory framework, there is technology intensity exports and the regulatory framework interaction is crucial in the long term, and there is no R&D intensity exports of the manufacturing sector in the short term.
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