Danijela Bobic, Program Director of the Center for Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES) was guest on Wednesday, May 24th, in the show “In the Spotlight” (“U sredistu paznje”) which is broadcasted every working day on Radio Belgrade 1. The show was about representing and talking about results from CEVES study “Mapping barriers to youth entrepreneurship in Serbia.” In addition to Ms. Bobic, guests were Misa Zivic representative of the LeanPay and Nemanja Glavinic from the organization Junior Achievement. Read more
Center for Advanced Economic Studies has presented study entitled “Mapping barriers to youth entrepreneurship in Serbia” at a panel discussion organized in the Serbian Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday April 25th 2017.
The panel was opened by the President of the Serbian Chamber of Commerce Marko Čadež, H. E. German Ambassador to Serbia Axel Dittmann, Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government Ana Brnabić and Chairwoman of the Board of the Center for Advanced Economic Studies Kori Udovički.
Danijela Bobic, Program Director at Center for Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES), wrote an article for the January issue of professional magazine „Business and Finance“, on the topic of International Competitiveness of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). The article shows an overview of international activities of Serbian SMEs, their ability to enter and survive on the international market, and specific sectors of the economy with a significant base of healthy SMEs, capable of growing and developing through dynamic exports, while serving as an engine for the overall economic growth.
In the last issue of the economic magazine Business and Finance, Nemanja Sormaz, Executive Director of Center for Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES), presented the findings of the study “The Development Potentials Index of Tradable Industries of Serbia”. In the article, industries were divided into active and passive, with further clarifications of characteristics of both subdivisions.
Center for Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES) participated at the Roundtable “Business Opportunity for Serbia – Wood Furniture” held at 53rd International Belgrade Furniture Fair. CEVES presented development potential of wood furniture industry and its importance in the wood industry value chain, and in the whole value chain of the Serbian economy.
Center for Advanced Economic Studies (CEVES) presented the results of the competitiveness of Serbian economy as the part of the study “Development Potential Index of Tradable Sectors of Serbian Economy” at the Regional Investment Summit of NIN Focus held on November 5th 2015 at the hotel “Izvor” in Arandjelovac.
Nemanja Sormaz underlined the fact that exports should be positioned as the main engine of a dynamic, sustainable, inclusive, and smart economic growth. In order to continue a dynamic export growth it is necessary to support the most competitive sectors of Serbian economy through “tailor-made” vertical policies.
Promoting exports as the cornerstone of development
Creating a development strategy with the focus on “potential champions” and competitive sectors
Extension of improvement of the business environment but with the addition of “tailor-fit” vertical policies
Growth of both export and GDP will be a good measurement of success of the implementation, but the best indicator of quality and sustainability of growth will be the improvement of productivity.