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The global financial crisis has revealed serious weaknesses in Serbia's economic and social systems. Short-term measures to mitigate the negative effects of the crisis were only partially successful. In 2010, the welfare state has been marked as one of the priority areas of middle-term state reforms, but so far, there have been no radical cuts, even though it is uncertain, whether this situation is sustainable. The main directions of reform, have been, and will be, directed by deficit budgetarydoi:10.3935/rsp.v22i2.1209 fatcat:yarah33535d2dag45onkcsooue