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2021, vol. 69, br. 1-2, str. 1-13
Ekonomski rast i kvalitet institucija u Jugoistočnoj Evropi
Institut ekonomskih nauka, Beograd
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U radu se istražuje uzročna veza između kvaliteta institucionalnih mera i realnog rasta bruto domaćeg proizvoda (BDP) u zemljama Jugoistočne Evrope u periodu 1996-2016. godina. Radi dostizanja postavljenog cilja istraživanja, korišćena je panel tehnika (Dumitrescu-Hurlin test). Teritorija Jugoistočne Evrope ima veoma lošu kontolu korupcije, zatim značajnu političku nestabilnost, slabu vladavinu prava i slabu efikasnost vlade. Rezultati pokazuju da politička stabilnost homogeno uzrokuje rast realnog BDP, a da kontrola korupcije uzrokuje efikasnost vlade. Vladavina prava uzrukuje kontrolu korupcije, a efikasnost vlade utiče na političku stabilnost. Dodatno, postoji dvosmerna homogena uzročnost između vladavine prava i političke stabilnosti. Stoga, istraživanjem se dolazi do određenih empirijskih dokaza koji pokazuju da jače institucionalne mere dovode do višeg ekonomskog rasta.
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DOI: 10.5937/EKOPRE2102001M
primljen: 15.03.2020.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 25.05.2021.