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Utjecaj južnih multinacionalnih korporacija na gospodarstvo Bosne i Hercegovine

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  • Jasmina Halebi?

    (Ekonomski fakultet, Univerzitet u Zenici)

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    Tok stranih direktnih ulaganja (SDU) je tradicionalno bio usmjeren od razvijenih zemalja prema zemljama u razvoju. U posljednje vrijeme se uo?ava novi trend u obrascu SDU. Naime, sve ve?a finansijska sredstva iz ekonomija u nastajanju i razvoju, se usmjeravaju prema Europi i europskim zemljama. Takva kretanja SDU su, korištenjem tradicionalne ekonomsko-teorijske podjele svijeta na razvijeni sjever i manje razvijeni jug, uslovno nazvana južna. Cilj ovog rada je istražiti taj trend u slu?aju Bosne i Hercegovine (BiH) i stvoriti empirijsko i teorijsko znanje koje ?e biti od koristi donosiocima odluka u BiH i drugim zainteresiranim subjektima. U radu je primijenjena makroekonomska analiza ukupnih SDU u BiH, u razdoblju od 1995. do 2010. g., sa posebnim naglaskom na južne multinacionalne korporacije. O?ekivani rezultati su procjena korelacije izme?u zemalja porijekla multinacionalnih korporacija (MNK), odnosno ulaga?a, i ekonomskih efekata SDU na zemlju primaoca, u smislu poticaja rasta bruto doma- ?eg proizvoda, zaposlenosti, te izvoza roba i usluga. Na temelju toga ?e se donosiocima odluka preporu?iti odre?ene politike, instrumenti i mjere u oblasti SDU sa ciljem njihovog usmjeravanja prema MNK koje ostvaruju bolje efekte na lokalne stejkholdere.

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    Volume (Year): 18 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 467-486

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