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Category Archives: Economic Policy
Neočekivani nalet optimizma?
Nedavno sam imao priliku da učestvujem u panel diskusiji pred najznamenitijom publikom u Beču, koji se te nedjelje pretvorio u Davos, jer je bio domaćin sastanka Svjetskog ekonomskog foruma. Ova izuzetna organizacija ima za cilj da okupi svjetske političke, biznis … Continue reading
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An Unexpected Surge of Optimism?
Recently I had the opportunity to participate in a panel talk in front of a most illustrious audience in Vienna, which became Davos for that week as it hosted a session of the World Economic Forum. This extraordinary organization aims … Continue reading
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Recession’s over – Now what?
It’s official: Montenegro has defeated the recession. Third-quarter 2010 data shows that GDP has stopped contracting. We therefore have good reason for optimism, yet much work lies ahead. So let’s spend a minute on what Montenegro has been through last … Continue reading
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The growing popularity of freedom
A few weeks ago the Wall Street Journal called to my attention the fact that a really odd book hit #1 on the Amazon.com bestsellers list, beating both the The Twilight Saga and Stieg Larsson for a few days. The … Continue reading
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