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2020, vol. 14, br. 2, str. 19-37
Izvoz kao pokretač privrednog rasta Republike Srbije
aA.D. Mlekara Šabac, Šabac
bUniverzitet Educons, Fakultet poslovne ekonomije, Sremska Kamenica

e-adresajignjatovic985@gmail.com, jovanna.kisin@gmail.com, brajkovicmileta@gmail.com
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Poslednjih godina Srpski izvoz je, praćen prilivom stranih direktnih investicija, znatno unapređen, što je rezultiralo jačanjem privrednog rasta. Međutim, i pored pozitivnih predviđanja Evropske komisije za dalji rast izvoza i skok privrednog rasta Srbije, naša privreda se suočava sa velikim posledicama aktuelne pandemije virusom COVID-19, koji je zahvatio ceo svet. Rad ima za cilj da predstavi aktuelnu makroekonomsku sliku Republike Srbije kroz analizu uvozne i izvozne politike, obim spoljnotrgovinske razmene i njihov uticaj na privredni rast. U odnosu na postavljene ciljeve, rad je podeljen u četiri tematske celine, sa zaključcima i mogućim preporukama na kraju. Poseban naglasak je stavljen na izvoz, njegove razvojne mogućnosti i unapređivanje konkurentnosti, kao i prikaz preporuka u okviru Nove agende za privredni rast Srbije. Predmet rada baziran je na teorijskoj analizi podataka, putem deskriptivne i komparativne metode kao i sintezi teorijskih i empirijskih činjenica. Za potrebe ovog istraživanja primarni empirijski podaci su prikupljeni iz različitih relevantnih izvora.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/poseko18-29329
primljen: 10.11.2020.
prihvaćen: 18.12.2020.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 12.03.2021.

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