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World, Europe, Serbia. A comparative analysis of the most important relationships and interactions

Scientific Study 2013 4 Pages

Economics - Macro-economics, general

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World, Europe, Serbia - A comparative analysis of the most important relationships and interactions

Prof. dr Stanko Radmilović

The subject of this comparative analysis of the most important macroeconomic relationships and interactions in a sample of 46 countries, including most developed countries Europe, but the largest non-European countries that are developing rapidly. That give a twofold result. An insight into the changes in the global balance "economic power". The second, better understanding of milieu EU, which Serbia considers as "Port Hope", which will not only receive us with open arms, then would be willing to drag our little boat, which was in poor condition, in the last resort but without a lot of our efforts and sweat.

Comprehensive analysis exists in the Serbian language in the article "Europe in the world, Serbia in Europe - Comparative Analysis of the most important relationships and interactions." There, in English, are specified section titles, and at the end the Integral table with integral numerical factography

1. The level of GDP per capita and GDP growth rates, show major and divergent imbalances in the modern, globalized world economy
2. The necessity of distinguishing and applying appropriate statement in a constant value in the current (current) value of U.S. $
3. Large differences / imbalances in the achieved level of real GDP per capita and current rates of real economic growth
3.1. Large differences / imbalances in the level of real GDP per capita
3.2. Large differences in rates of economic growth - "counter-imbalance" enormous differences in per capita GDP
4. Even though it does not say so openly and loudly, in the area of ​​commodity markets and aggregate demand are the primary causes of many imbalances - and the global crisis
5. Searching for the causes of uneven economic growth in the number of relationships and interdependencies in the formation and use of GDP
5.1. In most developed countries, there is an evident trend of neglecting the real economy favoring the formatting GDP from services, particularly financial - the phenomenon of financialization
5.2. Government final consumption and final consumption of households have a significant impact on the level of savings, investment and economic growth
5.3. Levels of domestic investment and domestic savings - an important determinant of economic growth, and foreign debt
6. Just some of the crucial dilemmas of EU integration of Serbia, which imposed factography and elaboration in this article

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Pages
4
Year
2013
ISBN (eBook)
9783656592471
ISBN (Book)
9783656592440
File size
377 KB
Language
English
Catalog Number
v267111
Institution / College
University of Novi Sad
Grade
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Stanko Radmilovic World Europe Serbia largest non-European developing rapidly global balance. "economic power" "Port Hope" GDP per capita GDP growth rates divergent imbalances

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