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Ekonomika preduzeća
2017, vol. 65, br. 1-2, str. 103-112
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
objavljeno: 21/05/2017
doi: 10.5937/ekopre1702103S
Monetarne i finansijske pretpostavke viših stopa privrednog rasta u Srbiji
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Ekonomski fakultet, Katedra za ekonomsku politiku i razvoj

Projekat

Rizici finansijskih institucija i tržišta u Srbiji - mikroekonomski i makroekonomski pristup (MPNTR - 179005)

Sažetak

Srbija je u procesu fundamentalne promene svoje privredne structure. Prethodni model privrednog rasta završio se sa globalnom finansijskom krizom 2007/2008 koja je otkrila neodrživu prirodu rasta baziranog na uvozu i potrošnji koji je bio na delu od 2000-te godine. Potreban je preokret u pravcu investicija i izvoza, uz veću konkurentnost i glavninu rasta u razmenljivom delu BDPa. Od 2008. godine, međutim, Srbija je manjeviše u privrednoj stagnaciji,prošavši od tada kroz tri recesione godine. Investicije su još uvek nedovoljne i privredni rast je ispod očekivanja. Fiskalna konsolidacija je tokom 2016. godine počela da daje važne rezultate, uz postepeno oživljavanje rasta ali još uvek ispod regionalnog proseka. Postoji li prostor za unapređenja u domenu monetarne politike i funkcionisanja finansijskog sistema, koja mogu da daju dodatni podsticaj novom razvojnom modelu zemlje? Ovaj rad ima nameru da se bavi ovim pitanjima i da analizira konkretne probleme trenutnog stanja monetarne politike i finansijskog sistema u Srbiji. U radu se daju konkretne preporuke za svaku oblast mogućih unapređenja koje bi srpski privredni rast mogle podstaknuti u pravcu viših i održivih stopa u narednim godinama.

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