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  • Through all our research projects, we produce extensive and methodologically robust analyses of issues of relevance. These publications offer readers an in-depth background analysis of a wider issues of systemic nature or of sectorial character, as well as present them with relevant policy options and recommendations. Whether you’re a practitioner, decision maker, academic, or policy researcher, you will definitely find useful data or information on specific public policy issues, as well as evidence-based suggestions on how those issues can be resolved.

    Competition Policy in Serbia

    The aim of the study is to explore the current state of competition policy in Serbia, identify and consider the key obstacles and shortcomings that hinder the full and adequate implementation of the rules of competition protection, and to make recommendations for improvement of competition policy.

    Authors: Nebojša Lazarević | Dušan Protić

    EU Agri-food Quality Schemes and Potential Benefits for the Registration of PGIs and PDOs for Serbian Agricultural Products and Foodstuffs

    The main objective of this policy paper is to examine different aspects of EU agri-food quality schemes, developed for products with specific characteristics resulting from a particular origin, special ingredients or farming and production methods. The purpose of this paper is to examine in depth different aspects of this European policy and identify potential benefits […]

    Authors: Ksenija Simović

    Towards a European Level of Consumer Protection in Serbia

    Despite the high level of alignment with EU law, The Consumer Protection Law from 2010 led to an effective deterioration of consumer protection in Serbia.

    Authors: Nebojša Lazarević | Milena Lazarević | Miloš Đinđić

    Analysis – Towards a More Financially Responsible Government in Serbia

    Analysis “Towards a More Financially Accountable Government in Serbia: Implementation of Recommendations and Measures of the Serbian State Audit Institution” determines the state of play in the external audit system in Serbia in a methodologically comprehensive manner.

    Authors: CEP

    Free Movement of Goods in the Context of EU Membership

    Since the establishment, in the 1950s the Common Market (and its four essential freedoms) has had an important if not essential role in keeping the European project alive and in creating and guaranteeing competitiveness and development of the European industry and economy.

    Authors: Ksenija Simović
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