Policy Notes


Policy Notes and Briefs are short notes, articles, or position papers that convey urgent policy challenges that affect business growth and courses of action or questions to ask about solving them. They contain assessments of current issues and implications for business, interesting information or ideas about a specific issue that may shape future policymaking, and/or policy recommendations.

Your comments and suggestions are encouraged and there is an opportunity to comment at the end of each submission. Content Contributions to this section may be sent to the Policy Café Serbia at the following email address info@policycafe.rs.

The views expressed in these policy briefs are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID, Cardno Emerging Markets USA, or its affiliates, partners, or employees, or the Government of Serbia.

30.08.2013
How Can We Grow Serbia's Savings and Channel it Into Business Finance?
David King, USAID Business Enabling Project

28.03.2013
Fiscal Watchdog Takes a Bite out of Fiscal Profligacy
Majda Sedej, USAID Business Enabling Project

02.07.2012
Ten priority measures of new Government to support Serbia’s businesses and economic development
Kori Udovički, USAID Business Enabling Project Advisor

15.05.2012
Dynamics and control of public debt, and risk of debt crisis
Milojko Arsić, USAID Business Enabling Project Advisor

02.04.2012
Improving public resource management in Serbia
Dusan Vujovic, Professor at FEFA and USAID Business Enabling Project Advisor

01.02.2012
World Bank Report on European Growth Model
Joe Lowther, USAID Business Enabling Project

18.11.2011
A New Model For Economic Growth in Serbia
Tony Sinclair, USAID Business Enabling Project

16.11.2011
Fiscal Rules - Why Are they Important?
Majda Sedej, USAID Business Enabling Project

15.11.2011
Low Savings Rates Is a Major Constraint to Economic Growth
Tony Sinclair, USAID Business Enabling Project

09.11.2011
The Fiscal Council - What Does It Do and Why It is Important?
Majda Sedej, USAID Business Enabling Project

09.11.2011
States Must Innovate. How can regulation (in the emerging Euro Region) be efficient
Speech by Thomas Mirow, President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, at Les Rencontres Économiques d’Aix-en-Provence

 

 


















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