Sources of Economic Growth and Sustainable Development
Public University of Prizren
November 23, 2012
National economies are considered stable if They are Able to Utilize the sources, the human, financial establishment and capital to Generate Growth and Sustainable Economic development and ensuring the welfare of the inhabitants. Resources are a source of Dispute, Their use provides Economic Growth and social welfare. Increase of Sustainable development is essential to achieving socio-Economic Stability and Political development of the country. Ensures Sustainable Economy Growth, Sustainable Economic development represents real Growth of Gross Domestic Product of a country and change in Manufacturing Capacity.
Globalization in the Early XXI century is called for Nations, Companies, jobs and lives. Transnational flow free and fast ideas, information, Knowledge, People, Goods, Capital Creates new direction and Sustainable Economic Development. It is particularly special issue for Societies and economies in Transition Such as Kosovo Was in harmony with the country's Economic circumstances Promote Sustainable development, Which represents the link with the development of Contemporary Global Economic Trend.
Governments influence the long-term Growth through institutions, structural police, Stabilisation police, education, human capital, technology Adoption, market development, technological innovation, degree of Competition, international trade, the quality of services, public infrastructure, governance Capacity, quality of institutions, limiting corruption, crime, etc. ..
Corporations are global actors to Promote research and development of new technologies, the Manufacturing and service activities. They are Carriers of Organizational behavioral rules. The poor investments in the Kosovo Economy, speed and volume of Production Growth, strengthen Competitiveness, Facilitate Greater access to International Financial resources, and bring wider diversification of output and Exports in general.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 12working papers series
Date posted: November 25, 2012
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