"Turkey experienced two severe financial crises in november 2000, and february 2001. Due to these two disastrous crises turkish socio-economic order plunged into a chaotic atmosphere, and the turkish financial system came very close to collapse. However, the crises created a chance in the sense that a broad consensus occurred to solve the deep-seated structural problems and significant changes have been materialized in the aftermath. In this regard, the aim of this paper ıs to evaluate the changes within the turkish economy over the post-crisis period, And to determine the dynamics behind these changes. The paper also aims to provide solution proposals to the basic problems of turkish economy briefly in the light of future prospects."