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2007, vol. 10, iss. 38, pp. 7-20
Capital: Key concepts
Institute for Economics and Finance - IEF, Belgrade
Capital is a very important phenomenon not only for the owner that employs it but also for the whole society which provides conditions for its legalization and control. It is the category that is experienced in different ways just for the simple reason that it has the nature that cannot be either clearly interpreted or conceptually understood. Starting from the fact that capital should be understood in the context of its different functions the author explains the key concepts of it.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Paper
published in SCIndeks: 03/12/2007

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