Foreign Direct Investments in Serbia

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There is no doubt that foreign direct investments (FDIs) constitute a central pillar of the Serbian government’s development strategy. In fact, all previous governments over the last couple of decades have heavily relied on FDIs as their sole source of econom- ic development. Yet simultaneously, through pushing the process of deindustrialization that accompanied the disintegration of the socialist Yugoslavia in this direction, all former governments have systematically contributed to the destruction of the country’s devel- opment potential.

Ivan Radenković is a theoretician and activist. He received his MA degree in philosophy (sub discipline: epistemology) at the University of Novi Sad. His current interests are centered on Marxism, critique of political economy, the history of economic ideas, class theory, industrial politics, trade union history and pension systems.