The Effects of Supply-in-Return on the Slovenian Economy
AbstractWith the aim of estimating the direct, indirect and total effects of the supply-in-return on the Slovenian economy in the period 2004–2008, we use the input-output modelling on the 60 input-output sectors statistical table. The indirect effects of the supply-in-return are three-to-four times greater than the direct effects. The results confirm that the system of supply-in-return can be to a greater extent used for implementation of the development objectives, which are defined by the Strategy of Development of the Republic of Slovenia. The supply-in-return activities are important in the formation and development of the national industrial base, for a niche approach in setting up, maintaining, and catching up on the high-technological base of the domestic suppliers and sub-suppliers for industry abroad, for balance of payments clearance of financial flows due to imports of military products and equipment with largely high technological exports of civilian goods and services, for a balanced long-term sustainable regional development by increasing utilisation of national production capacities, and for adjustments to higher quality standards in production-service activities of civil origin.
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by University of Primorska, Faculty of Management Koper in its series Faculty of Management Koper Monograph Series with number 978-961-266-072-7 and published in 2010.
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