Effects of structural changes in the economy of the Republic of Serbia: Old problems, new reform challenges
Efekti strukturnih promena u privredi Republike Srbije - stari problemi, novi reformski izazovi

Edvard Jakopin
2020 Economic Horizons  
Structural changes in the economy directly affect macroeconomic and financial stability, income growth, productivity and economic efficiency, social inclusion, and the improved quality of life. The global contraction in 2020, caused by COVID-19, the deepest since the Second World War, will cause a great global economic reset, extreme poverty will increase, and the biggest permanent loss will be in human capital. The biggest consequences for the Serbian economy will be a slowdown in structural
more » ... forms. The key performance of the economy in the conjunctural period was positive and affected the growth of the resilience of the economic system, but the research showed that the implemented structural reforms were insufficient and slow, that the old problems are still the causes of low competitiveness. In the context of new reform challenges, the focus of activities needs to be shifted towards creating a stimulating environment for the development of domestic entrepreneurship and the growth of private investment in order to increase trust in the entrepreneurship-institution relationship.
doi:10.5937/ekonhor2003191j fatcat:zuxpo22b5rbebkuld6zdj4ms4u