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Ekonomika
2019, vol. 65, br. 1, str. 95-106
jezik rada: engleski
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doi:10.5937/ekonomika1901095C

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Međusobni uticaj potraživanja bankarskog sektora i međunarodne investicione pozicije Republike Srbije
aUniversity of Kragujevac, Serbia Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism
bUniversity of Defence, Serbia Military Academy, Public Finance Department, Belgrade

e-adresa: durkalicdanijela@gmail.com, curcicmihailo@gmail.com

Projekat

Održiva poljoprivreda i ruralni razvoj u funkciji ostvarivanja strateških ciljeva Republike Srbije u okviru dunavskog regiona (MPNTR - 46006)

Sažetak

Rast potraživanja bankarskog sektora od države i pad međunarodne investicione pozicije Republike Srbije uslovljeni su nelikvidnošću javnog sektora, što dovodi do konkretnog zakljucka da je ova pojava u negativnoj korelaciji sa stepenom budžetske ravnoteže. Nelikvidnost javnog sektora, koja se prvenstveno odražava u nemogućnosti isplate javnog duga, koja evidentira konstantan rast, ali i kroz deficit budžetskih sredstava, negativno utiče na međunarodnu investicionu poziciju, kao i na potraživanja bankarskog sektora od Republike Srbije.Uz pomoć ovih podataka primećen je visok negativni koeficijent međuzavisnosti ova dva parametra, što je predmet ovog istraživanja.

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