CURRENT TREND OF SOCIOECONOMICS IN ALBANIA, KOSOVO, SERBIA, NORTH MACEDONIA, MONTENEGRO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Authors

  • Gentiana Gega Faculty of Economics, University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius”, Skopje, North Macedonia

Keywords:

Western Balkan, Socioeconomics, Social development

Abstract

The aim of this research is to analyze current socioeconomics in Albania, Kosovo, Serbia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina as well as to make a comparative analysis of these countries with Spain and Slovenia, basis in action for improvement of the growth and social condition in this countries, with pretend to detect wakened points for each country. The methodology of the research consists of primary and secondary data. We first reviewed the materials on what other authors have written about the field. We processed the data through the Stata program, in particular we used linear regression and correlation & covariance. Mainly, the results of this research will provide socioeconomic information and data in Albania, Kosovo, Serbia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Spain and Slovenia. Analyzing the indicators: educational, environmental, climatic, health, labor & protection, economic increase and poverties which explain the social development in the Albania, Kosovo, Serbia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and comparison with two European countries (Spain and Slovenia) during for the period 2009-2019. In conclusion, we can say that the above-mentioned countries should work harder for the development of socio-economy in their countries.

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Published

2022-03-30

How to Cite

Gega, G. (2022). CURRENT TREND OF SOCIOECONOMICS IN ALBANIA, KOSOVO, SERBIA, NORTH MACEDONIA, MONTENEGRO, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA. KNOWLEDGE - International Journal, 51(1), 119–124. Retrieved from https://ikm.mk/ojs/index.php/kij/article/view/5047