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Advances and Difficulties in Serbia’s Reindustrialization

  • Sofija AdžićEmail author
  • Dragan Stojić
Chapter
Part of the Contributions to Economics book series (CE)

Abstract

The starting point of this paper is that for the completion of (post) socialist transition process is needed the realization of the strategy of reindustrialization of the Republic of Serbia according to the European concept of endogenous, auto-propulsive, self-sustainable and inclusive development. Development based on knowledge that is the essence of this concept, in Republic of Serbia in the last three decades, was promoted several times as strong development orientation. Implementation has not started for several reasons, from which in the forefront the cultural-political tendency is easy to define and much easier leaving the determination. The processed material is divided into two parts. In the first part, the emphasis is on causes of deindustrialization in the Republic of Serbia. The second part deals with three generic development alternatives and policies of their realization with emphasis on phenomena that encourage or block the generating and implementation of technological and business innovation in the structure of industry in the Republic of Serbia. The performed analysis shows that networking and clusterization of enterprises and agricultural farms, apropos the development of poles of generic growth are the key mechanisms by which with process of integration of research, high education and production in the local, sub-regional, regional and national frames, should start this process from a standstill.

Keywords

Reindustrialization strategy Generic growth poles Endogenous growth Knowledge based development 

JEL Classification Codes

L51 O14 O38 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of EconomicsUniversity of Novi SadSuboticaRepublic of Serbia

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