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Forgotten status of many: Kosovo's economy under the UN and the EU administration

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  • Mulaj, Isa

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After eight years of the United Nations (UN) administration, Kosovo again is returned to the international centre of attention - this time about her future political status. The document presented by the UN Special Envoy for Kosovo, Martti Ahtisaari, proposed an ambiguous status settlement that is portrayed and understood as a supervised independence. Whatever expectations from political perspective will be, that is of secondary importance for this paper - the aim is in Kosovo's aggregate uncertainty about her economic sustainability, namely to investigate the relationship between fragile institutions, poor governance and weak economic performance. With a foreign aid since the second half of 1999 amounting to €22 billion, Kosovo still has massive unemployment and widespread poverty. How the UN's largest experiment ever undertaken, involving considerable resources and long time, left the economy in such a poor state? --

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Paper provided by OrdnungsPolitisches Portal (OPO) in its series Discourses in Social Market Economy with number 2007-08.

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Date of creation: 2007
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Keywords: Kosovo; UNMIK; Provisional Institutions of Self-government; poverty; political status settlement;

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