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Privredni rast i ekonomska nejednakost u zemljama Višegradske grupe - empirijska analiza
Univerzitet u Kragujevcu, Ekonomski fakultet

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Projekat:
Izazovi i perspektive strukturnih promena u Srbiji: strateški pravci ekonomskog razvoja i usklađivanja sa zahtevima EU (MPNTR - 179015)
Primena savremenih metoda menadžmenta i marketinga u unapređenju konkurentnosti preduzeća u srbiji u procesu njene integracije u Evropsku uniju (MPNTR - 179062)

Sažetak
Budući da ekonomska nejednakost trenutno predstavlja sve izraženiji problem, veoma je značajno ispitivanje njene povezanosti sa dinamikom privrednog rasta. Primena ekonometrijske metodologije u modeliranju zavisnosti između privrednog rasta i ekonomske nejednakosti postaje sve rasprostranjenija. U ovom radu se ispituje uticaj privrednog rasta na kretanje ekonomske nejednakosti u zemljama Višegradske grupe u periodu od 2005. do 2015. godine, primenom ekonometrijske metodologije u oblasti analize regresionih panel modela. Rezultati pokazuju da privredni rast nije generator smanjenja ekonomske nejednakosti. Preciznije, povećanje privrednog rasta za 1% dovodi do rasta GINI koeficijenta za 0,19%. U kontekstu smanjenja ekonomske nejednakosti, nosioci ekonomske politike bi trebalo da posebnu pažnju posvete sociodemografskim faktorima nejednakosti, kao i poreskoj (redistributivnoj) politici.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: originalan članak
DOI: 10.5937/skolbiz2-21327
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 31.03.2020.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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