Economic Growth and Development in Post Yugoslav Countries
“Economic Growth and Development in Post-Yugoslav Countries,” a Wilson Center article by Public Policy Scholar Franjo Štiblar, examines what happened in economic and social terms to post-Yugoslav countries after independence.
“Economic Growth and Development in Post-Yugoslav Countries,” a Wilson Center article by Public Policy Scholar Franjo Štiblar, examines what happened economically and socially to post-Yugoslav countries after independence. At the time of its dissolution in 1991, former SFR Yugoslavia was among the less developed European countries with unsustainable economic and social differences among its federal units. In the last twenty years, the socio-economic climate in post-Yugoslav countries has changed significantly. This study investigates the factors that influenced the uneven economic growth and development of the former Yugo republics post-1991.
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Professor, School of Law, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
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