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Ekonomika preduzeća
2019, vol. 67, br. 1-2, str. 1-15
jezik rada: engleski
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doi:10.5937/EkoPre1808001D


Tri stvari koje su potrebne ekonomiji u eri četvrte industrijske revolucije
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Economics, Department of Business Economics and Management

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Posle uspešnog završetka programa fiskalne konsolidacije, koji novi izazovi očekuju Srbiju na polju ekonomske politike? U narednom periodu, pored održivosti fiskalne stabilnosti, ključni izazov je sprovođenje novog modela ekonomskog rasta. Bez odgovarajućeg rasta, strukturna inflacija bi lako mogla da se vrati. Takodje, nov model rasta bi trebalo da ispuni uslove održivosti i inkluzivnosti. Pre nego što definišemo novi model rasta, želimo da shvatimo uzroke ranjivosti i izloženosti riziku, kao i šta to podupire nedavni zaokret u ekonomskoj i razvojnoj paradigmi. Takođe, nameravamo da pronađemo odgovore na sledeća povezana pitanja. Da li smo spremni da prihvatimo nove normalnosti u definisanju novog skupa ekonomskih politika zasnovanih na heterodoksnom pristupu? Da li smo ostvarili napredak u kreiranju modela ekonomskog rasta koji vodi računa o ekologiji i koji Srbiji može da obezbedi konvergenciju sa EU u pogledu nivoa dohotka? Na koji način bi novi skup politika uticao na dugoročni rast BDP-a i blagostanje? Namera je da pružimo novi model rasta (i povezane ekonomske politike) koji bi postao istinska snaga za bolju Srbiju sposobnu da prevaziđe uporne ekonomske neravnoteže i pogrešne koncepcije i da postavi temelje za održivu i inkluzivnu ekonomiju, kako u odnosu na ljude tako i u odnosu na prirodu.

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