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.

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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.

16.01.2014
Serbia’s agriculture: high finance to the rescue
Ana Jolovic, USAID Business Enabling Project

16.12.2013
Developments Affecting the Valuation Profession in Serbia and Proposed Transactions Database
USAID BEP’s Consultant presentation at Serbian Association of Banks

19.10.2012
Can Serbia follow Irish example?
Rada Arandjelovic, USAID Business Enabling Project
Vladimir Jovanovic, USAID Business Enabling Project

29.05.2012
Bank Monitoring of Wage Tax Payments – What are the Possible Implications?
Vladimir Jovanovic, USAID Business Enabling Project
Anthony Sinclair, USAID Business Enabling Project

15.05.2012
Factoring and Freedom of Contracting
Ana Jolovic, USAID Business Enabling Project
Milan Stefanovic, USAID Business Enabling Project

14.03.2012
Draft Law on Development Bank of Serbia - Case Study: Lack of Public Debate
Sandra Rodic, USAID Business Enabling Project

16.11.2011
Financial Sector Competitiveness - How Does Serbia Rank Among Peers?
Vladimir Jovanović, USAID Business Enabling Project

10.11.2011
Commodity Exchange: The Need and Possible Framework for Commodity Exchange in Serbia
Zaklina Stojanovic, Advisor USAID Business Enabling Project
Ana Jolovic, USAID Business Enabling Project

09.11.2011
Commodity Exchange Regulation in Serbia: Should It Be Separated From or Part of the Capital Market Law?
Ana Jolovic, USAID Business Enabling Project

09.11.2011
Investment Fund Reform
Sandra Rodic, USAID Business Enabling Project

 

 


















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