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2020, vol. 68, br. 3-4, str. 201-214
Kreativne industrije u Srbiji - metodološki pristupi i ekonomski doprinos
aInstitute for Creative Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Paraćin
bUniverzitet u Beogradu, Pravni fakultet, Katedra za pravno-ekonomske nauke
cBalkan Center for Regulatory Reform, Belgrade
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The results presented in this paper are partly based on the World Bank's project of technical assistance to the Government of Serbia, focused on the introduction of the results-based policy decision-making.
Branko Radulović wishes to acknowledge the support of the Identity Transformation of Serbia for 2019 project carried out by the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade.

Ključne reči: kreativne industrije; Srbija; bruto dodata vrednost; metodološki pristupi; ekonomski doprinos
Sažetak
Rad razmatra relativni značaj kreativnih industrija u Srbiji i pruža kritički pregled postojećih metodoloških pristupa koji mogu biti korišćeni radi određivanja doprinosa ovih industrija. Takođe, prikazujemo rezultate doprinosa kreativnih industrija u Srbiji u periodu od 2014. do 2017. godine korišćenjem "užeg" DCMS pristupa ograničenog samo na osnovne kreativne industrije (uži pristup). U radu prikazujemo i dodatna merenja doprinosa kreativnih industrija na osnovu pristupa koji definišemo kao "širi pristup". U 2017. godini uže definisane kreativne industrije doprinele su 3,9 procenata ukupne BDV i 3,7 procenata ukupnog BDP-a, a šire definisane industrije 7,8 procenata i 7,5 procenata, respektivno. Drugi indikatori takođe ukazuju na značaj kreativnih industrija u Srbiji. Prosečna godišnja stopa rasta broja privrednih subjekata u okviru užeg pristupa merenju kreativnih industrija iznosi 5,6 procenata (8,4 procenta za širi pristup, što je za 6 procentnih poena više od prosečne stope rasta u celoj ekonomiji - 2,01 procenat). Lica zaposlena u uže definisanim kreativnim industrijama čine 3,3 procenta ukupnog broja zaposlenih lica u Srbiji (šire definisane kreativne industrije doprinose ukupnom nivou zaposlenosti sa 5,6 procenata). Podsektor IT, softverskih i računarskih usluga ima najveći udeo kada je u pitanju doprinos pojedinačnih sektora kreativnih industrija srpskoj privredi. U 2017. godini, ovaj podsektor generisao je više od 60 procenata ukupne BDV uže definisanih kreativnih industrija (više od 55 procenata kada je u pitanju širi pristup klasifikaciji).
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/EKOPRE2004201M
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 20.05.2020.