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Investment Incentives in EU Accession Negotiations: Case of Croatia


Bezić, Heri; Žiković, Saša
Investment Incentives in EU Accession Negotiations: Case of Croatia // Economic integration prospects and dilemmas : research monograph / Kumar, Andrej ; Kandžija, Vinko (ur.).
Ljubljana, Slovenija: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics, 2007. str. 21-36


Naslov
Investment Incentives in EU Accession Negotiations: Case of Croatia

Autori
Bezić, Heri ; Žiković, Saša

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Economic integration prospects and dilemmas : research monograph

Urednik/ci
Kumar, Andrej ; Kandžija, Vinko

Izdavač
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Economics

Grad
Ljubljana, Slovenija

Godina
2007

Raspon stranica
21-36

ISBN
978-961-240-109-2

Ključne riječi
Investment incentives, FDI, negotiations toward Croatia's accessing EU

Sažetak
The policy towards foreign direct investments in the EU countries is an integral part of their macroeconomic policy, with clearly defined development priorities, and the flows of the direct investments. EU counties successfully implemented foreign direct investments into their long-term development policy. Besides the multilateral, regional and bilateral relations, unilateral policies and measures of every EU country have a major influence on the foreign direct investments. Although EU, with its common policies wants to equal the conditions for the investments, the investment incentives of individual EU countries are a very important factor in the decision where to invest. These unilateral measures for encouraging the investments are a sensitive subject for EU member states, because of the need to equal the terms of the investment in the entire EU. The investment incentives used by Croatia are insufficient to attract bigger investors, which can achieve the economic impact that Croatia desires. The amount of foreign direct investments in Croatia is small and focused on a very small number of subjects. Because of very strict monetary policy and strong national currency, the incentives present virtually the only mechanism for attracting investments. This is the reason why during the accession negotiations, Croatia must leave open enough possibilities to increase the variety and amount of investment incentives. In the opposite case, Croatia will be left behind its’ competitors, which will result in very negative economical and social consequences.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Ekonomija



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Projekt / tema
081-0000000-1264 - Strategija ekonomsko-socijalnih odnosa hrvatskog društva (Helena Blažić, )
081-0811403-1414 - Inovativnost, transfer tehnologije i konkurentnost hrvatskog izvoza (Heri Bezić, )
081-0811403-1416 - Europska monetarna unija i Republika Hrvatska (Dragoljub Stojanov, )

Ustanove
Ekonomski fakultet, Rijeka