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2011, vol. 8, iss. 2, pp. 479-496
Correlation between economic, corporate and national security
Criminology and Police Academy, Belgrade

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Development of Institutional Capacities, Standards and Procedures for Fighting Organized Crime and Terrorism in Climate of International Integrations (MESTD - 179045)

Abstract
Economic relations present in the production and distribution process are considered the most important relations in a society for they determine social and political order in a country, the quality of life, level of development of the national security system, and country's economic and political influence on international relations. This is what makes them an important factor of the national security. National economic system is evidently dependant of all the other state resources and areas of social life. Its development and protection are vital national priorities and interests of every modern state that strives for economic stability, independence and security. Therefore, national economy protects from disfunction, stagnation and regression and all other threats aimed at disbalancing social relations in the production and distribution process. This is achieved by the means of national economic policy and penal legislation which are practiced by specialized state organs, being integral components of national security policy. At the same time, the protection of personal possession, business activities and companies' employees is in charge of the specialized state and other security subjects that comprise the so-called corporate security. The work touches upon the development of theory and practice in economic security area, as well as the relationship between economic, corporate and national security. Special attention is paid to the risks of and threats to corporate security, as well as their effect on national security. Finally, potential measures for enhancing economic and corporate security are listed.
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