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Ekonomske posledice članstva Slovenije v EU (Slovene)

Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
5.06.02  Social sciences  Political science  International relations 

Code Science Field
S180  Social sciences  Economics, econometrics, economic theory, economic systems, economic policy 
economic integration, economic and monetary union, exchange rate, foreign trade protection and liiberalisation, econometric models, computable general equilibrium models, social transfers, pension reform
Evaluation (rules)
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Researchers (13)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  13617  PhD Janez Bešter  Economics  Researcher  2000 - 2001  146 
2.  03131  PhD Milena Bevc  Economics  Researcher  2000 - 2001  356 
3.  11021  Rado Faleskini  Economics  Researcher  2000 - 2001  77 
4.  18431  MSc Klemen Koman  Economics  Researcher  1996 - 2001  104 
5.  03216  PhD Franc Kuzmin  Economics  Researcher  2000 - 2001  192 
6.  03571  MSc Vladimir Lavrač  Economics  Researcher  1998 - 2001  348 
7.  09110  PhD Boris Majcen  Economics  Researcher  1999 - 2001  483 
8.  15337  PhD Valentina Prevolnik Rupel  Economics  Researcher  1996 - 2001  392 
9.  00783  PhD Marjan Simončič  Economics  Researcher  1996 - 2001  131 
10.  02393  PhD Peter Stanovnik  Economics  Researcher  1996 - 2001  506 
11.  03927  PhD Tine Stanovnik  Economics  Head  2000 - 2001  698 
12.  00422  PhD Ferdinand Trošt  Economics  Researcher  2000 - 2001  169 
13.  16385  MSc Hedvika Usenik  Economics  Researcher  1996 - 2001  40 
Organisations (2)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0502  Institute for Economic Research  Ljubljana  5051690000  2,459 
2.  0584  University of Ljubljana, School of Economics and Business (SEB)  Ljubljana  1626922  42,589 
The process of Slovenian approaching the EU demands the assessment of long- and short-term advantages and disadvantages (costs and benefits). Such assessments are a basis for rational decisions and are being made by both partners in tge proces. But even when the political decision is made a number of questions remain open; all of them being important in negotiations of the integration (concerning preliminary solutions and individual steps in the process of approaching the EU and the duration of steps, etc.) and in making the economy , financial system, the state and othe subject familiar with the period of transition and afterwards. Basically, approaching the EU is a structural problem: the question is posed what will happen in individual sectors (agriculture, transport, financial services, energy sector, etc.) and what consequences the changes in some sectors will have for other sectors and how particular macroeconomic aggregates (employment, foreign exchange, balance-of-payments adaptation, regional and social development) will be affected. If we want to analyse such processes, we need the quantitative tools with which it is possible to assess the consequences of changes in the relationship with the EU (for GDP, prices, investment, etc.). Besides aggregate assessments, sectoral disaggregate assessments are essential as well. The latter cannot be avoided in the second set of the above-mentioned questions. Consequently, the basic aim of the project is the development of the methodological bases and analytical tools which will enable us to assess the effects of the economic and political opening of Slovenia. By means of the establishment of the information bases, the development of micro- and macroeconomic tools and quantification of possible scenarios of the opening we want to contribute to a more objective/rational decision-making of the holders of the economic policy.
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