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Polazne odrednice gospodarskog razvoja

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  • Mirko Mati?

    (dipl. ing, Ingprojekt, Zagreb)

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    Temelj razvoja hrvatskog gospodarstva treba biti industrijski razvoj, a posebice prera?iva?ka industrija kao nositelj tehnološkog razvoja, inovacija i op?enito tehni?kog napretka. Tehnološki razvoj treba usmjeriti na razvoj ekološke i energetski u?inkovite opreme i ure?aja te opreme za korištenje obnovljivih izvora energije. Takav tehnološki razvoj pruža zna?ajan doprinos smanjenju potrošnje energije, zaštiti okoliša i pove?anju znanstvenih istraživanja i inovacija te pove?anju tehnološke razine u mnogim sektorima industrijskog gospodarstva. Gospodarski razvoj treba temeljiti na primjerenoj politici razvoja koja bi ostvarila tranziciju ekonomije održive sa stajališta ekologije i održivog razvoja. Održivi razvoj zna?i da treba osigurati takav gospodarski razvoj koji ?e omogu?iti da zadovoljimo svoje sadašnje potrebe, a da se pritom omogu?i i budu?im naraštajima da zadovolje svoje potrebe. To zna?i da bi prirodna bogatstva trebali dijeliti me?usobno kao naraštaji.

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    Volume (Year): 18 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 271-278

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