Property Rights Index



Region:  Central Eastern Europe and Central Asia

Global Rank: 66 of 125

Regional Rank: 12 of 24


Turkey’s IPRI score increased by 0.357 to 5.282 placing it 12th in the Central Eastern Europe and Central Asia region and 66th in the world. Turkey is classified by the IMF as part of the Emerging and Developing Europe group and by the World Bank as Upper middle income country.

Turkey’s Legal and Political Component decreased by -0.37 to 3.556 with scores of 3.437 in Judicial Independence, 4.676 in Rule of Law, 1.503 in Political Stability, and 4.607 in Control of Corruption.


Turkey’s Physical Property Rights Component increased by 1.449 to 6.827 with scores of 5.590 in perception of Property Rights Protection, 9.725 in Registering Property, and 5.166 in Ease of Access to Loans.


Turkey’s Intellectual Property Rights Component remained the same at 5.462 with scores of 4.436 in perception of Intellectual Property Protection, 7.75 in Patent Protection, and 4.2 in Copyright Protection.


Turkey is a member of the following regional integration agreements

  • OECD

Turkey - IPRI Overall Score

Turkey - IPRI Overall Score

Turkey - Legal and Political Environmental

Turkey - Physical Property Rights

Turkey -Intellectual Property Rights