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Facta universitatis - series: Economics and Organization
2013, vol. 10, iss. 4, pp. 431-445
article language: English
document type: Review Paper
published on: 12/02/2014
Business environment and competitiveness of Serbian economy in the conditions of global economic crisis
aUniveristy of Niš, Faculty of Economy
bJUNIS, Nis

e-mail: marija.dzunic@eknfak.ni.ac.rs

Project

Improving competitiveness of public and private sector by networking competences in the process of european integrations of Serbia (MESTD - 179066)

Abstract

With the outbreak of the global financial and economic crisis, the trend of continuous improvement in global business environment as a result of economic growth, liberalization and investment in infrastructure was stopped, while in some areas, regressive movements are reported. Increasing the competitiveness of the domestic economy and stable economic growth presupposes the creation of a supportive business environment. Therefore, ensuring a healthy business environment that will facilitate business activities is an imperative. This paper will analyze the quality of the business environment and competitiveness of the Serbian economy during the global financial and economic crisis. On the basis of the analysis of business environment and competitiveness of the Serbian economy the aim of this paper is to identify the main areas in which it is desirable and possible to improve the quality of business environment. These changes are a necessary precondition for improvement of competitiveness of the Serbian economy.

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