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Progress in transition and reform implementation in Serbia : comparing to other Western Balkan countries, Volume 1
 
Author:Penev, Slavica; Marusic, Andreja; Country:South Eastern Europe and Balkans; Serbia;
Date Stored:2011/06/09Document Date:2011/01/01
Document Type:PublicationSubTopics:Environmental Economics & Policies; Currencies and Exchange Rates; Emerging Markets; Economic Theory & Research; Debt Markets
ISBN:978-86-909925-4-6Language:English
Region:Europe and Central AsiaReport Number:62401
Volume No:1  

Summary: The recent economic growth and competitiveness of Serbia and other Western Balkan countries is closely linked to the transition process and reform implementation. All the countries of the region are in the process of European Union (EU) accession, which provides a unique incentive for political and economic reform. This project to gauge reform implementation in the region, focusing on regulatory reform, was intended to compare progress across the countries of the region and recommend future steps. This report found that in order to generate more balanced and sustainable growth, Western Balkan countries will need to discover new sources of growth, complete reform implementation and further improve their business and investment environments. In this context, regulatory reform is in the focus of the research, as preconditions for future growth and for harmonization of Western Balkan legal systems with the EU acquits.

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