Opšti seminar sa temom Valutna klauzula u ugovoru o kreditu će se održati 6.decembra 2016. godine u 18 časova u konferencijskoj sali Pravnog fakulteta. Učesnici: dr Dragiša Slijepčević, dr Boris Begović, dr Miloš Živković, dr Branko Radulović, moderator dr Dragor Hiber.
Oblast ekonomske analize prava u Srbiji bogatija je za monografiju prof. Begovića “Ekonomska analiza generalne prevencije”. Tim povodom na Pravnom fakultetu u četvrtak 28. maja od 18 časova održaće se seminar “O racionalnosti prestupnika”.
Svi koje interesuje tema racionalnosti, bihejviorističke ekonomije, odnosu kriminalaca prema neizvesnosti i riziku, značaj prevencije, … su dobrodošli.
Objavljena je studija “Ekonomski doprinos industrija zasnovanih na autorskim i srodnim pravima u Republici Srbiji” (The Economic Contribution of the Copyright-Based Industries in Serbia) u izdanju Svetske organizacije za intelektualnu svojinu (WIPO). Ovo su najznačajniji rezultati.
“The study reveals that the Serbian copyright and related rights industries made up between 3.66% and 4.00% of the country’s GDP over the period of 2008–2012. A detailed statistical analysis of the value added of copyright-related economic activities shows that the Serbian copyright industry comprised between 4.25% and 4.61% of the gross value added over the same period.
The copyright-based industries are categorized into four segments: core, interdependent and partial copyright industries and non-dedicated support industries. The core copyright industry has the dominant share, with more than half of the value added created in the copyright industry in 2012. While the core copyright industry contributed 3.10% of GVA, the interdependent copyright industry made up 0.58%, and the partial copyright industry created 0.22% of the value added in the economy. Finally, the part of the economy which serves the copyright industries, and which is traditionally classified as the non-dedicated support industries, comprised 0.71% of the value added. “
Studiju “Municipal Public Finance Review: Options for Efficiency Gains” možete preuzeti ovde, a evo i sadržaja
“Since the global financial crisis, Serbia’s public debt has more than doubled. Local Governments (LGs) need to find ways to perform more efficiently, not only to contribute to national fiscal consolidation efforts, but also because they may have fewer resources available in the future. This report represents a continuation of the World Bank effort to explore LGs finances. The first phase of this report focused on options for increases in local revenues; impact of further decentralization; options for reduction of subsidies in selected sectors; and how to control the public debt. The report is organized as follows. Chapter 2 examines LG hiring and pay policies. In addition to offering recommendations on how to achieve efficiency and savings, it sheds light on employment wage policies within LG enterprises. Chapter 3 deepens the analysis of local public utility companies (PUCs), which not only have significant responsibilities for delivering local services, but also often pose a significant pressure on LG budgets. On average, financial support to PUCs accounts for a quarter of local budgets. This chapter looks at the main issues and makes recommendations for efficiency gains. Chapter 4 discusses the most important public financial management issues for LGs, asking where better management and accountability could increase value-for-money and help extract additional benefits from current and capital expenditures. It examines budget preparation, execution, and reporting issues as a basis for recommending policies to increase transparency and accountability as well as more efficient use of resources. Chapter 5 summarizes the main conclusions and policy recommendations of the report.”