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2020, vol. 22, br. 3, str. 191-208
Efekti strukturnih promena u privredi Republike Srbije - stari problemi, novi reformski izazovi
Univerzitet 'Union - Nikola Tesla', Fakultet za ekonomiju i finansije, Beograd

e-adresaedvard.jakopin@stat.gov.rs
Ključne reči: makroekonomski i reformski bilans privrede; efekti strukturnih performansi privrede i prerađivačke industrije; kvalitativni pokazatelji; strukturni problemi; reformski izazovi
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Strukturne promene u privredi direktno utiču na makroekonomsku i finansijsku stabilnost, rast dohotka, produktivnost i ekonomsku efikasnost, poboljšanje kvaliteta života i socijalnu inkluziju. Globalna kontrakcija 2020, izazvana COVID-19, najdublja od Drugog svetskog rata, uzrokovaće veliko globalno ekonomsko resetovanje, povećaće se ekstremno siromaštvo, a najveći trajni gubitak biće u ljudskom kapitalu. Najveće posledice po privredu Republike Srbije biće usporavanje strukturnih reformi. Ključne performanse poslovanja privrede u periodu konjukture bile su pozitivne i uticale su na rast otpornosti privrednog sistema, ali je istraživanje pokazalo da su sprovedene strukturne reforme bile nedovoljne i spore, da su stari problemi i dalje uzročnici niske konkurentnosti. U kontekstu novih reformskih izazova, fokus aktivnosti neophodno je preusmeriti ka kreiranju podsticajnog ambijenta za razvoj domaćeg preduzetništva i rast privatnih investicija, kako bi se povećalo poverenje na relaciji preduzetništvo-institucije.
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jezik rada: srpski
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DOI: 10.5937/ekonhor2003191J
primljen: 17.09.2020.
prihvaćen: 18.12.2020.
objavljen onlajn: 25.12.2020.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 29.12.2020.
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