5 edition of Investment and property rights in Yugoslavia found in the catalog.
|Series||Soviet and East European studies ;, 86|
|LC Classifications||HG4234.6 .U93 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 260 p. :|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||91034135|
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This book was first published in For decades Yugoslavia had been developing its own model of socialism based on workers' self-management and the increasing use of the market mechanism.
As a result, many scholars view the Yugoslav economy differently from other socialist systems. In this book, Dr Milica Uvalic demonstrates how some of the fundamental features of the. In this book, Milica Uvalic examines the theoretical and empirical issues related to investment in Yugoslavia since She explores investment policies, sources of finance, macroeconomic performance, enterprise incentives and current property reforms in relation to Western theory on investment behavior in the labor-managed firm and Kornai's theory on socialist by: Investment and Property Rights in Yugoslavia by Milica Uvalic,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).
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Get this from a library. Investment and property rights in Yugoslavia: the long transition to a market economy. [Milica Uvalić] -- This book was first published in For decades Yugoslavia had been developing its own model of socialism based on workers' self-management and the increasing use of the market mechanism.
As a. In this book, Milica Uvalic examines the theoretical and empirical issues related to investment in Yugoslavia since She explores investment policies, sources of finance, macroeconomic performance, enterprise incentives and current property reforms in relation to Western theory on investment behavior in the labor-managed firm and Kornai's theory on socialist economies.
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Investment and property rights in Yugoslavia: the long transition to a market economy / Author: Milica Uvalić. Publication info: Cambridge ; New York: Cambridge University Press, c Format: Book. Investment and Property Rights in Yugoslavia: The Long Transition to a Market Economy (Cambridge Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies) (Updated_Month1|0 Edition) by Milica Uvalic, Milica Uvalić Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN X / X ISBN / Need it Fast.
2 day shipping options Book Edition: Updated_Month1|0 Edition. investment more or less dominant, the banks were expected merely to pro-vide supplementary funds when needed.
And, in this way, the relationship between the banking system and business enterprises was to be maintained as a strictly commercial one between equal partners. The Role of Property Rights. Despite common origins, the economy of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) was significantly different from the economies of the Soviet Union and other Eastern European socialist states, especially after the Yugoslav-Soviet break-up in The occupation and liberation struggle in World War II left Yugoslavia's infrastructure cy: Yugoslav dinar (YUD).
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The International Law Handbook is intended to be used as a general work of reference. It comprises four books: Book One contains the Charter of the United Nations and the Statute of the International Court of Justice, as well as instruments relating to the law of treaties, subjects of international law.
The laws are part of a major package on property rights reform essential for Serbia to adopt in its bid to join the European Union.
(Putney, supra.) Under the new restitution law, property owners or their heirs may register by to claim confiscated property or receive compensation. (Id.) To repay the funds expended, the government will. Objective 1: Securing rights to property by strengthening the legal framework.
Kosovo’s property rights legal framework still retain concepts of socially owned property left over from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFRY) property rights legal framework. These concepts are. Abstract. In this book, Milica Uvalic examines the theoretical and empirical issues related to investment in Yugoslavia since She explores investment policies, sources of finance, macroeconomic performance, enterprise incentives and current property reforms in relation to Western theory on investment behavior in the labor-managed firm and Kornai's theory on socialist : Milica UVALIC.
The concept of Yugoslavia, as a single state for all South Slavic peoples, emerged in the late 17th century and gained prominence through the Illyrian Movement of the 19th century.
The name was created by the combination of the Slavic words "jug" (south) and "slaveni" (Slavs). Yugoslavia was the result of the Corfu Declaration, as a project of the Serbian Parliament in exile and the Serbian. Investment and Property Rights in Yugoslavia: The Long Transition to a Market Economy.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xii, pp. $ in Canadian-American Slavic StudiesAuthor: ŽeljanE. Šuster. Foreign investment in the FR of Yugoslavia, as used in this Law, means: 1. Investment in a Yugoslav company by which a foreign investor gains a share or stock in the equity capital of such company; 2.
Acquisition of any other property right by a foreign investor by which he realizes his/her business interests in the FR of Size: 47KB. International human rights law Main instruments Implementation and monitoring Self-determination Indigenous peoples International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Vienna Convention on succession of States.
firm's output and net investment decisions, and ends with a few remarks on the importance of relating market phenomena to the structure of pro-perty rights in the economy. Sincethe right to manage the firm in Yugoslavia has been, within the limits determined by law, in.
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BELGRADE, Sep 27 (IPS) - The Serbian parliament has adopted one of the most long awaited – and most controversial – laws in its recent history: the law on restitution of property confiscated by the communist regime after World War II.
The legislation passed on Monday stipulates the return of property or land when possible, or else compensation in state bonds. In this book Saul Estrin offers a comprehensive survey of how workers’ self-management has influenced industrial structure and the allocation of resources in Yugoslavia, where a system of Author: Isa Mulaj.
Investment and Property Rights in Yugoslavia. The Long Transition to a Market Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Uvalić, Milica (). The disintegration of Yugoslavia: Its costs and benefits. Communist Economies & Economic Transformation, 5(3). Author: Milica Uvalić. India, Liberia, People's Republic of China, Yugoslavia, and Zambia. 4 World Intellectual Property Report (). Members of WIPO or the United Nations, and certain intergovernmental organizations can still become parties to the treaty by depositing an instrument of accession.
property rights in Kosovo. The issues of property rights and to what extent they are protected are deeply complex ones that affect all communities in Kosovo.
They impact all aspects of life in a society that remains profoundly divided along fault lines of ethnicity, identity and class. In the. The overall goal of the USAID/Kosovo Property Rights Program (PRP) is to improve the property rights regime in Kosovo, strengthen the rule of law, and increase economic growth and investment.
The Property Rights Program has four objectives: 1) better coordination; 2) improved court procedures; 3). 15 Control of Investment Risks I: Contractual Stability, Renegotiation, Taking of Property, and Investment Guarantees (1) The Restriction of State Sovereignty in the Field of Contractual Relations with Foreign Investors (a) The ‘Internationalization’ of International Investment Agreements (b) Sanctity of Contract and Stabilization Clauses.
LEGAL ASPECTS OF FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN YUGOSLAVIA MIRODMG SuxIJASOVIC* The first law permitting foreign capital investment in the Yugoslav economy was enacted on J Since then Yugoslav firms have concluded forty-two capital investment contracts with foreign firms.' Three stages of foreign capital investment are by: 1.
The Yugoslav Constitution was the fourth and final constitution of the Socialist Federal Republic of came into effect on 21 February With original articles, the constitution was one of the longest constitutions in the world. It added elaborate language protecting the self-management system from state interference and expanding representation of republics and.
The right to the restitution of confiscated property may be, according to the provisions of the Law, acquired by applying the following regulations: 1) Decision on Transfer of Enemy's Property into State Property, on Public Administration of the Property of Absent Persons and on Sequestration of the Property Forcibly Alienated by OccupyingFile Size: KB.
It is a curious fact that utilitarian economists, generally so skeptical of the virtues of government intervention, are so content to leave the fundamental underpinning of the market process — the definition of property rights and the allocation of property titles — wholly in the hands of government.
“intellectual property rights” means copyright and related rights, trademark rights, rights in geographical indications, rights in industrial designs, patent rights, rights in layout designs of integrated circuits, rights in relation to protection of undisclosed information, and plant breeders’ rights; “investment” means.
Serbia: Property rights index. A subcomponent of the Index of Economic Freedom, the property rights index measures the degree to which a countrys laws protect private property rights, and the degree to which its government enforces those laws.
Higher scores are more desirable, i.e. property rights are better protected. Scores are from 0 to Immovable Property Markets in Kosovo 7 Kosovo is on the path toward a market-oriented political economy.
In such a system, clear and secure private and public rights to land and buildings are necessary to encourage investment in fixed assets. Intellectual Property Rights. Germany has a robust regime to protect intellectual property (IP) rights. Legal structures are strong and enforcement is good.
Nonetheless, internet piracy and counterfeit goods remain an issue, and specific infringing websites are included in the Notorious Markets List.
Our history of REMDOX started in in Europe, in Czech Republic in Prague after "Velvet Revolution in " as an investment, legal, tax and management consulting company, work mainly for foreign companies coming to invest in East Europe focused on potential market in Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine, Russia, Hungary and former Yugoslavia.
One of our co-founder ran in that time legal practise in. An investment of foreign investor may be expressed in convertible foreign currency, assets, intellectual property rights, securities and other property rights. An investment of foreign investor may be expressed in dinars which may be transferred abroad under regulations on foreign currency operations, including reinvestment of profits.
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