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Uzroci i posljedice reprodukovanja institucionalnog vakuuma u državama Jugoistocne Evrope

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  • Nikša Grgurevic

    (saradnik u nastavi, doktorant, Univerzitet Crne Gore, Fakultet za pomorstvo Kotor)

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    Cilj ovog rada je analiza i identifikovanje osnovnih institucionalnih karakteristika i institucionalnih faktoraekonomske krize uregionuJugoistocne Evrope (JIE). Na selektivan nacin se istražuju osnovne teorijske i prakticne barijere, koje su presudno uticale na stvaranje nepovoljnih tranzicijskih institucionalnih karakteristika u pomenutom regionu. Polazise od hipoteze da su ignorisanje institucionalnog pluralizma i dominacija alternativnih institucija u regionu JIE doveli do disfunkcionalnosti institucionalnih promjena, koja je negativno uticala na sve pokazatelje ekonomskog razvoja u posmatranim državama. U zakljucku se konstatuje destruktivan uticaj monistickih faktora anti-institucionalnog karaktera, koji nose dominantan kvazineoliberalni predznak.

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    Article provided by Rifin d.o.o. in its journal Ekonomija Economics.

    Volume (Year): 22 (2015)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 231-243

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