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2021, vol. 69, br. 3-4, str. 217-229
Odgovor ekonomske politike na pandemiju kovid 19 i povezane buduće izazove
Univerzitet Metropolitan, Beograd
Ključne reči: pandemija kovida 19; politika odgovora na krizu; politika očuvanja radnih mesta; podrška realokaciji radnika; inkluzivni prosperitet; neoliberalizam; great reset; ekonomsko-politička paradigma
Sažetak
Cilj ovog rada je pregled odgovora nove standardne ekonomske politike MMF na globalnu pandemiju kovida 19. Rad identifikuje elemente inovativnog pristupa definisanju ekspanzivne fiskalne podrške i prateće akomodirajuće monetarne politike. Posebna pažnja se poklanja tretmanu tržišta rada, merama očuvanja postojećih radnih mesta i podrške realokaciji radnika koji bi mogli biti primenjeni u odgovarajućim fazama krize: nastavku pandemije, inicijalnom ekonomskom oporavku posle pandemije kovida 19 i investicionoj pripremi osnove održivog budućeg rasta. Rad detektuje inherentna ograničenja ekonomske politike u tretmanu lokalnih, nacionalnih i globalnih javnih dobara, preterane globalizacije, neregulisanih finansijskih tržišta i mobilnosti kapitala, kao i slabu povezanost postojeće ekonomskopolitičke paradigme i drugih društvenih nauka. Rad traži rešenje u proširenju okvira ekonomske politike van postojećih granica neoliberalizma, podržavajući demokratiju i ljudsko blagostanje konzistentno sa održivim ciljevima razvoja balansiranom primenom ekonomske politike, efikasnim i adekvatno regulisanim tržištima (u neophodnoj meri), i odgovornim i transparentnim intervencijama države.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: pregledni članak
DOI: 10.5937/EKOPRE2103217V
primljen: 20.02.2021.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 25.05.2021.

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