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Ekonomski horizonti
2016, vol. 18, br. 1, str. 3-14
jezik rada: srpski, engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
objavljeno: 06/05/2016
doi: 10.5937/ekonhor1601003S
Dohodovna konvergencija u procesu pridruživanja zemalja Zapadnog Balkana Evropskoj uniji
Univerzitet u Kragujevcu, Ekonomski fakultet

e-adresa: nstanisic@kg.ac.rs

Sažetak

Porast životnog standarda, uz sustizanje nivoa dohotka po stanovniku koji se ostvaruje u razvijenim evropskim ekonomijama, jedno je od osnovnih očekivanja stanovništva evropskih tranzicionih ekonomija. Četvrt veka nakon otpočinjanja tranzicije, mnoge tranzicione zemlje su ušle u Evropsku uniju (EU) i značajno povećale bruto domaći proizvod po stanovniku. S druge strane, tranzicija u zemljama tev. Zapadnog Balkana je, u tom smislu, razočarala. U radu se testira postojanje i brzina konvergencije dohodaka zemalja Zapadnog Balkana i razvijenih zemalja EU, uz poređenje sa tev. 'novim članicama EU'. Rezultati ukazuju da je, uprkos ostvarenoj konvergenciji dohodaka u pretkriznim godinama, izbijanje Globalne ekonomske krize razotkrilo mnoge strukturne i reformske probleme sa kojima se zemlje regiona susreću u dužem vremenskom razdoblju. Smanjivanje razlika u ekonomskoj razvijenosti između razvijenih članica EU i zemalja Zapadnog Balkana zaustavljeno je nakon početka Globalne krize, uz istovremeni rast dohodovnog jaza između zemalja Zapadnog Balkana i novih članica EU.

Ključne reči

konvergencija dohodaka; ekonomski razvoj; ekonomije Zapadnog Balkana; evropske ekonomske integracije

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