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Ekonomski horizonti
2017, vol. 19, br. 1, str. 61-74
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: prethodno saopštenje
doi:10.5937/ekonhor1701061B


Socijalni i ekonomski aspekti ljudske sigurnosti
Faculty of Economics, Prilep, University St. Kliment Ohridski, Bitola, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

e-adresa: meribb@yahoo.com

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Cilj ovog rada je analiza stvarnog stanja u oblasti politike zdravlja i socijalne politike Bivše Jugoslovenske (BJ) Republike Makedonije, penzionog sistema i bezbednosti ljudi na radnom mestu. Ovakva analiza će omogućiti donošenje izvesnih zaključaka i preporuka u vezi sa ostvarivanjem višeg nivoa opšte bezbednosti ljudi u BJ Republici Makedoniji. Na osnovu rezultata istraživanja može se zaključiti da su u BJ Republici Makedoniji troškovi života u stalnom porastu, da je stopa nezaposlnosti visoka, da su prosečne isplaćene plate najniže u Regionu, što doprinosi dubokom siromaštvu u zemlji. Neophodno je sprovesti reviziju zakona i regulativa u oblasti zdravlja i bezbednosti zaposlenih, izvršiti hitne izmene u cilju obezbeđivanja održivosti penzionog sistema, i otpočeti sa sprovođenjem reformi koje će omogućiti uspostavljanje održivog i efikasnog sistema zdravstvene zaštite.

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