Serbia in the world economy
in Workers and revolution in Serbia
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The chapter details modern Serbia’s place in the European and world economy by recording and analysing data on production, national debt and the labour market. Privatisation, corruption, crime and cronyism are also examined in a framework of combined and uneven development.

Workers and revolution in Serbia

From Tito to Milošević and beyond

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