The authors analyze the sustainability of the savings in the second pillar of the Slovenian pension system. The results of the analysis show that due to the forcasted demographic projections the current level of savings in the second pillar of the pension system are insufficient. Hence, changes and adaptation to the second pillar are needed.
F.30 Professional assessment of the situationCOBISS.SI-ID: 19256806
In 2008, Slovenian capital market was hit by a relatively larger shock than comparable foreign capital markets. The authors of this study analyze the underlying reasons for this. They analyze the situation on the Slovenian capital market, Slovenian issuing companies, Slovenian investors and financial institutions. The authors analyze why the Slovenian economy needs a developed capital market.
F.30 Professional assessment of the situationCOBISS.SI-ID: 250567680
JIRD is an independent and internationally peer-reviewed journal in international relations and international political economy. It publishes articles on contemporary world politics and the global political economy from a variety of methodologies and approaches. The journal is published by an established international publisher Palgrave Macmillan in association with the Centre of International Relations, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana. It is an SSCI indexed journal.
C.04 Editorial board of an international magazineCOBISS.SI-ID: 76065792
Matej Marinč is a guest lecturer at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Burgplatz 2, 56179 Vallendar, Nemčija. http://whu.edu. He teaches a modular course Corporate finance at the elite MBA program. The private faculty WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management is one of the foremost German business schools.
B.05 Guest lecturer at an institute/universityCOBISS.SI-ID: 19261414
The analysis identifies trends in compensation of the management boards and supervisory boards in Slovenian public companies in 2007, 2008 and 2009. The ratio between compensation of an average member of the management board and a member of a supervisory board was 51:1 in 2009. The regression analysis shows that a gross compensation of management board members is positively related to the size of the company, its the average wage and ownership structure. A gross compensation of supervisory boards depends on the size of the company, its success, its average wage and the ownership concentration.
F.30 Professional assessment of the situationCOBISS.SI-ID: 19863782