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2022, vol. 11, br. 21, str. 77-88
Globalizacija i ekonomska politika
Džavni univerzitet u Novom Pazaru, Departman za ekonomske nauke, Srbija

e-adresaelma.kujovic@uninp.edu.rs, m.meta@uninp.edu.rs
Sažetak
Ekonomska globalizacija se odnosi na sve veću međuzavisnost svetskih ekonomija kao rezultat rastućeg obima prekogranične trgovine robom i uslugama, protoka međunarodnog kapitala i širokog i brzog širenja tehnologija. To odražava kontinuirano širenje i međusobnu integraciju tržišnih granica, i predstavlja nepovratan trend za ekonomski razvoj celog sveta na prelazu milenijuma. Brzi rast značaja informacija u svim vrstama proizvodnih aktivnosti i marketinga su dve glavne pokretačke snage ekonomske globalizacije. Drugim rečima, brza globalizacija svetskih ekonomija poslednjih godina je u velikoj meri zasnovana na brzom razvoju nauke i tehnologija, nastala je iz okruženja u kome se tržišni ekonomski sistem brzo širio svetom, a razvijao se na osnovu sve veće prekogranične podele rada koja prodire do nivoa proizvodnih lanaca unutar preduzeća različitih zemalja.
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DOI: 10.5937/EkoIzazov2221077K
primljen: 22.04.2022.
prihvaćen: 15.06.2022.
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