Integration of Slovenia into Eu and Global Industrial Networks : Review of Existing Evidence

  title={Integration of Slovenia into Eu and Global Industrial Networks : Review of Existing Evidence},
  author={Andreja Jaklic},
Slovenia is a small economy, which is somehow “condemned” to be open and highly internationalised. Relatively high shares of exports and imports in GDP indicate that the economy is highly dependent on foreign markets and inputs. This orientation is additionally strengthened by the final stage of the transition process and accession to the EU, both meaning definite opening of the economy and its integration into EU and global economy. Internationalisation of operations is, therefore… CONTINUE READING


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