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Jelena Žarković Rakić, director of FREN, on "How to reduce child poverty in Serbia" at regional television station "N1".

Jelena Žarković Rakić, director of FREN, on "How to reduce child poverty in Serbia" at Belgrade television station "Studio B"

In contrast to the opinion of the citizens of Switzerland, for the introduction of a universal income would vote 64% of EU citizens, if they got the chance in a referendum.

Saša Ranđelović,executive editor of QM for N1 warns: Savings must be used for investments, not for consumption.

The Social News Serbia portal, which deals with sociological phenomenons that affect society in Serbia, published a text by Jelena Zarkovic Rakic, director of FREN, about the position of young people on the labor market in Serbia. The full text can be found on the Social News website, through this link.

Marko Vladisavljević, researcher at FREN talks about gender pay gap in Serbia in the "Ekonom i ja" program of the Radio Television of Serbia.

Because of early parliamentary elections in Serbia we can expect a short-term delays in the inflow of foreign direct investments and a slowdown in reforms, said Milojko Arsić at the presentation of new edition of FREN's "Quarterly Monitor of Economic Trends and Policies" 

"Smederevo Steel Works, RTB Bor, and other companies with losses pose a risk for growth of the Serbian economy, Fiat's intentions are not clear, but it has a great impact on exports," said Milojko Arsić at the presentation of the new edition of FREN's "Quarterly Monitor of Economic Trends and Policies in Serbia" 

The elections in Serbia, to a large extent, determined the reforms and Serbia's economic policy in the last quarter of 2015, and at the beginning of this year, said Milojko Arsić at at the presentation of new edition of FREN's "Quarterly Monitor of Economic Trends and Policies" 

The results achieved in 2015 in terms of macro-economic trends in Serbia are better than expected and initially planned. Economist Sasa Randjelovic said that i significantly lower fiscal deficit than planned was achieved in 2015. "Strong fiscal adjustment is assessed as positive," said Randjelovic at the presentation of the new issue of the Quarterly Monitor at the Faculty of Economics in Belgrade.

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