Yatırım Ortamını İyileştirme Koordinasyon Kurulu
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Neo-liberal policies have caused a transformation in state structure. This transformation emerged after international organizations and capital institutions imposed their proposals on the world within the framework of structural adjustment, and there were ruptures in the traditional state structure. Independent regulatory authorities and supreme boards in Turkey were formed on the recommendations within this scope. These authorities are the examples of governance model as an organization structure. These boards continue to exist as structural forms that mediate globalization in which capital relations intensify. In Turkey, the Coordination Council for the Improvement of Investment Environment (YOIKK) was established as a structure that will ensure integration with the international economy and lead the facilitating regulations in terms of capital. Then, the Investment Advisory Council (YDK) was established to contribute to the efforts to improve the investment environment. YOIKK and YDK carry out activities to meet the demands of investors in the administration and legal legislation by bringing together the actors of multinational companies and international financial institutions. YOIKK conducts these activities with technical committees formed for different fields, which are now called working groups. This structure which reorganizes investment legislation and investment-related administrative procedures through action plans has a very large capacity to transform social relations. This structure having undergone changes with the Presidential Government System still keeps working. In this study, the structure and actions of YOIKK and YDK and the policies that were effective in the establishment of these councils were examined in order to understand the transformation in the state administration.