In this volume, Stojanović draws together several essays by Yugoslav economists to an English audience. Originally published in 1982, these works present and analyse the issues that faced Yugoslavia’s economic development and the functioning of their economic system at the time of writing through a wide selection of views. Not only does this work provide an insight into Yugoslavia’s economic policies, the reader is also granted an insight into the social climate under which these essays were written. This title will be of interest to students of Economics and History.
Introduction; 1. The Social and Economic Basis of Socialist Self-Management in Yugoslavia 2. Planning Economic Development in Yugoslavia 3. The Influence of the Self-management System on the Development of Yugoslav Economy 4. Investment Policy 5. The Monetary and Credit System of Yugoslavia 6. The Banking System 7. Balance-of-payments Policy 8. The Foreign Trade System of Yugoslavia 9. The Development of the Peasant Economy 10. Some Aspects of Technological Innovation Policy 11. The Dynamics of Population in Yugoslavia 12. Financing Personal and Public Consumption; About the Authors
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