This report focuses on the major normative concepts of the Yugoslav system as reflected in the Constitution of 1974, in the legislation emanating from it, and in the extensive discussions about system questions which were and still are being conducted. It is restricted to those concepts which directly or indirectly affect matters of economic management. Volume I, An Economic System in Evolution, includes a brief overview from 1954 until the present, as well as a discussion of medium-term prospects. Volume II sets out in a systematic fashion the basic framework within which economic management of the Yugoslav system is to function. With this as a point of reference, Volumes III and IV present the development issues. Strengths and weaknesses and costs and benefits of the system are addressed whenever the evidence is strong. Volumes V and VI comprise the appendices, with Volume VI devoted entirely to input-output analysis.
Pre-2003 Economic or Sector Report
Development issues (continued)
agricultural sector;fixed asset;Fixed Assets;Labor Market;natural increase in population;statistical yearbook;capital intensity;arts and craft;large income differentials;modern sector;personal income;private sector income;labor supply;employment opportunity;external migration;employment opportunities;total personal income;cost of labor;change in employment;number of workers;decline in agriculture;agricultural labor force;surplus labor;Rate of migration;economically active population;structure of employment;average income level;growth in population;differences in earnings;labor market condition;increase in income;level of employment;rising unemployment rate;intermediate goods production;degree of concentration;labor force activity;average unemployment rate;register unemployment rate;high growth rate;movement of worker;share of employment;redistribution of income;source of employment;size and structure;termination of employment;level of capacity;unit of output;labor turnover rate;structure of production;agriculture and forestry;productive employment opportunity;standard of living;agricultural and food;change in technology;supply of labor;small-scale industry;private agriculture;active labor;age composition;rural-urban migration;participation rate;labor use;activity rates;labor requirement;temporary employment;working-age population;principal source;output ratio;agricultural production;open unemployment;food processing;labor ratio;technological factors;total employment;investment rate;investment cost;labor productivity;employment generation;employment creation;private farmer;early retirement;traditional sector;labor absorption;aggregate employment;processed food;production technology;sectoral employment;observed change;capacity utilization;employment growth;industrial sector;agricultural commodity;agricultural population;national income;regional dimension;large enterprise;employment situation;baby boom;employment performance;agriculture sector;age structure;return migrant;female participation;
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Yugoslavia - Self management socialism and the challenges of development (Vol. 4) : Development issues (continued) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/687671468308360267/Development-issues-continued