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Problems of Long-range Planning in Yugoslavia

  • R. Stojanović
Part of the International Economic Association Conference Volumes, Numbers 1–50 book series (IEA)

Abstract

Comprehensive systems of planning and forecasting in Yugoslavia— and by the same token long-range planning and forecasting—are built-in organisms which are characterised by three basic features of the Yugoslav socialist society and economy: Yugoslavia is a small country; it is a multinational country; there is an unlimited supply of manpower. Only a closer examination of these three dominant characteristics of the Yugoslav national economy will permit a complete understanding of the basic lines and methods of planning and forecasting in this country. Therefore we shall give special consideration to the implications of the fact that Yugoslavia is a small and multinational country, while the problem of an unlimited supply of manpower will be considered throughout.

Keywords

Foreign Trade Pure Strategy Small Country Large Country Indifference Curve 
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© International Economic Association 1976

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