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2020, vol. 66, iss. 1, pp. 65-76
Macroeconomic analysis of GDP and employment in EU countries
aUniversity of East Sarajevo, Faculty of Economics - Pale, Republic of Srpska, B&H
bUniversity of Belgrade, Faculty of Economy
cUniversity of Kragujevac, Faculty of Hotel Management and Tourism, Vrnjačka Banja

emailljubisa.vladusic@ekofis.ues.rs.ba, aca@ekof.bg.ac.rs, pantic.nemanja85@gmail.com
Abstract
In modern countries, there is request for focusing on budget policy. It is consequence of the weaknesses of previous ones. These policies were created to eliminate the resulting disparities in the past and they were successful in solving those problems, neglecting some categories whose negative effects will manifest later. The importance of achieving an adequate rate of GDP growth as well as employment is in the center of almost all economic policies. The differences are in the instruments and measures that must be taken to achieve them. This article addresses precisely these goals of macroeconomic stability and the correlation that exists among these categories. Proving this correlation is important because the adopted policies can be monitored more effectively, but on the other hand will serve as a reminder of the importance of the measures adopted in these categories and the related macroeconomic stability. The SPSS software package was used and its correlation and regression analysis to prove the dependency, and the data will serve as a theoretical overview of GDP and employment trends in EU.
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article language: English
document type: Scientific Paper
DOI: 10.5937/ekonomika2001065V
published in SCIndeks: 05/05/2020
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