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2014, iss. 1-2, pp. 114-126
Kosovo's economy and Serbian economy
Faculty of Business Economics and Entrepreneurship, Belgrade

emaillena@vektor.net, goran.kvrgic@vspep.edu.rs, dragan.ict@gmail.com
Abstract
The economic aspect of the study of Kosovo is absolutely neglected in comparison with other, mainly political aspects. Therefore, the economy of the area is for most unknown, which creates the most extreme and erroneous beliefs. One of it is that the economy has no positive performance and belongs to the most backward areas of Europe, and the other is that it is an invaluable economic potential, which if would be placed under the full control of Serbia quickly and effectively it will improve its overall economy. The aim is to get closer to the real picture of the economy of this area, and then put it into the context of the overall economy in Serbia. Therefore, Kosovo's economy is compared to the economy of the rest of the Republic, and the approximate projection of the current effects of potential integration into a single area. The economy of Kosovo is small, so the impact on the economy of the Republic in any case is irrelevant. On the other hand, the broader integration of Kosovo's economy is an essential prerequisite for reducing the gap in the underdevelopment of the rest of Serbia.

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