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2011, vol. 59, br. 1-2, str. 99-110
jezik rada: srpski
vrsta rada: stručni članak
doi:10.5937/ekopre1102099P


Investicije u energetiku Srbije i održivost privrednog razvoja
ABS Elektro, Beograd

Sažetak

U pojedinim modelima rasta potrošnja energije je uzrok, dok je u drugima posledica privrednog rasta. Empirijska istraživanja nam daju podlogu za utvrđivanje ovih odnosa u uslovima savremenog tržišta energenata u zemljama sa različitim nivoom razvijenosti i energetske intenzivnosti. Cilj ovog rada je da iskoristi hipoteze različitih modela rasta i zaključke empirijskih istraživanja pri određivanju uloge energetike u postkriznom modelu razvoja Srbije. Uloga energetike će biti razmotrena u svetlu odgovornosti donosilaca politike za obezbeđenje energetske bezbednosti zemlje i investicija kao jednog od pokretača ekonomskog rasta.

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