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Industrija
2016, vol. 44, br. 1, str. 113-131
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
doi:10.5937/industrija1-9651

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Značaj domaćih izvora finansiranja za ekonomski rast u zemljama jugoistočne Evrope
aEkonomski institut, Beograd
bUniversity Singidunum, Faculty of Business in Belgrade
cUniverzitet Singidunum, Beograd, FEFA - Fakultet za ekonomiju, finansije i administraciju

e-adresa: sanja.filipovic@ecinst.org.rs

Projekat

Mogućnosti poboljšanja intelektualnih, motoričkih i kardio-respiratornih sposobnosti dece pomoću kinezioloških aktivnosti (MPNTR - 179011)
Evropske integracije i društveno-ekonomske promene privrede Srbije na putu ka EU (MPNTR - 47009)

Sažetak

U zemljama Jugoistočne Evrope bankarski krediti predstavljaju najznačajniji vid finansiranja s obzirom da je finansijsko tržište nedovoljno razvijeno. Banke u ovim zemljama su privukle značajan iznos inostranih sredstava i imaju značajnu ulogu u kreiranju ekonomskog rasta. Kako banke odobravaju kredite na bazi plasmana inostranog kapitala i domaćih depozita, cilj rada je da utvrdi značaj domaćih izvora finansiranja na ekonomski rast u periodu nakon redukovanja plasmana iz inostranstva. Istraživanje je sprovedeno na uzorku od osam izabranih zemalja Jugoistočne Evrope (zemlje Zapadnog Balkana i tri zemlje koje su u međuvremenu postale članice Evropske unije - Bugarska, Hrvatska i Rumunija - SEE-8) u vremenskom periodu 2007-2012. godine. Primenjen je panel data model gde je kao zavisna promenljiva uzeta stopa rasta BDP-a, a kao nezavisne promenljive analizirane su stope rasta sledećih parametara: aktiva, kreditni potencijal, učešće zajmova u BDP-a, kreditni potencijal stanovništva, depozitni potencijal, depozit stanovništva, učešće depozita stanovništva u ukupnim depozitima pasive. Rezultati istraživanja ukazuju da stopa rasta aktive, stopa rasta depozita stanovništva i stopa rasta učešća depozita stanovništva imaju pozitivan uticaj na ekonomski rast, dok učešće zajmova u BDP-u, stopa rasta kredita stanovništvu i stopa rasta depozitnog potencijala imaju negativan uticaj na ekonomski rast u SEE-8.

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