Vol. LXVII No.  1164, OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2016.
Contents

Thematic Issue:
Brexit: the view from Serbia

Bojan Dimitrijević, Milenko Dželetović
ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF BREXIT - PRELIMINARY COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS

Tanja Miščević, Stevan Nedeljković
THE FUTURE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION AFTER BREXIT HOW TO GO FORWARD OR HOW TO GO BACK?

Slobodan Zečević
SOME CONTRADICTIONS OF BREXIT

Tijana Šurlan
BREXIT IN THE LIGHT OF THE INTERNATIONAL LAW ON TREATIES

Sanja Jelisavac Trošić, Jelena Šuput
BREXIT: IMPLICATIONS ON THE COMMUNITY BUDGET

Dušan Dabović
BREXIT: IMPLICATIONS FOR AGRICULTURE IN THE WORLD, IN EUROPE AND SERBIA

Sonja Milutinović, Tanja Stanišić
THE EFFECT OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT ON ECONOMIC GROWTH IN THE EUROPEAN UNION

Mitko Arnaudov
BREXIT PHENOMENA AND EU CANDIDATES FROM WESTERN BALKANS: OPPORTUNITY FOR ACCELERATED
INTEGRATION, TYPICAL STATUS QUO OR LONG TERM EXPECTATIONS

Book Reviews


Gordana Gasmi, Quo Vadis EU- Relevant legal and Institutional factors, Jelena Šuput


Events


Seminar “Public Policy Challenges- European and Regional Dimension”, Jelica Gordanić


Documentation:

The Treaty on European Union (Article 50)

European Union Referendum Act 2015 [17th December 2015, except]

Official result of the EU Referendum [24 June 2016]

EU referendum outcome, Prime Minister David Cameron statement Statement by the EU leaders and the Netherlands
Presidency on the outcome of the UK referendum [24/6/2016]

High Court ruling on Article 50 (3 November 2016), Neutral Citation Number: [2016] EWHC 2768 (Admin);
Case No: CO/3809/2016 and CO/3281/2016, excerpt

High Court ruling on Article 50: statement – Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street, Department for Exiting the
European Union and Attorney General’s Office, Press release, [3/11/2016]

Exiting the European Union: Ministerial statement 5 September 2016 - Secretary of State David Davis, Oral statement to Parliament

Process for invoking Article 50: Ministerial statement 7 November - A statement from the Secretary of State for Exiting
the European Union on the process for invoking Article 50. Oral statement to Parliament

Doorstep by High Representative/Vice-President Federica Mogherini at the Paris Balkans Summit 2016 [04/07/2016]



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Editor-in-Chief

Sanja JELISAVAC TROŠIĆ, PhD

 

Deputy Editor-in-Chief

Mihajlo VUČIĆ, PhD


Secretary

Jelica GORDANIĆ, MA



Editorial Council

Oliver ANTIĆ, Professor, Faculty of Law, Belgrade, Serbia (President)
Yuan ZHENGQUING, Ph.D., editor-in-chief of Journal China and World Economy, Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China
Vladimir DMITRIEVICH KUZNICHEVSKI, Ph.D., Russian Institute for Strategic Research, Moscow, Russia
Jouni JARVINEN, Ph.D., Aleksanteri Institute, Helsinki, Finland
Stefano PILOTTO, Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences, Trieste, Italy
Armand CLESSE, Ph.D., Director, Luxembourg Institute for European and International Studies, Luxemburg
Satoru MATSUDA, Professor, Kyoto Gakuen University, Kyoto, Japan
Sergiu MISCOIU, Ph.D., editor-in-chief of Journal Studia Europaea, European University, Cluj, Romania
Camelia RATIU, Ph.D., European Commission, EU funds for Germany, Brussels, Belgium
Edislav MANETOVIĆ, Professor, Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations,Seton Hall University, USA
Laurence WEINBAUM, Ph.D., Director-General, editor-in-chief of Israel Journal of Foreign Affairs,Israel Council on Foreign Relations, Jerusalem, Israel
Vojislav STANOVČIĆ, Academician, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA), Belgrade, Serbia
Darko TANASKOVIĆ, Professor, Faculty of Philology, Belgrade, Serbia
Dragan SIMEUNOVIĆ, Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia
Dragan SIMIĆ, Professor, Faculty of Political Sciences, Belgrade, Serbia
Ljubiša ADAMOVIĆ, Professor, European University for Peace and Developement, Belgrade, Serbia
Dragana GNJATOVIĆ, Professor, Faculty of Economy, Kragujevac, Serbia
Duško LOPANDIĆ, Ph.D., Ambassador, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Serbia
Božin NIKOLIĆ, Ambassador, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Belgrade, Serbia
Yuayan G. H. MULYANA, PhD, Assistant Special Staff, Office of Special Staff to the President of Indonesia
Professor Dragoljub TODIĆ, IIPE, Belgrade, Serbia
Professor Saša MIJALKOVIĆ, Academy of Criminalistic and Police Studies, Belgrade, Serbia



Editorial Board

Prof. Vladimir GREČIĆ, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade
Prof. Slobodan PAJEVIĆ, John Naisbitt University, Belgrade
Prof. Vladimir PRVULOVIĆ, John Naisbitt University, Belgrade
Prof. Vladimir GRBIĆ, John Naisbitt University, Belgrade
Prof. Milomir STEPIĆ, Institut for Political Studies, Belgradе
Prof. Predrag BJELIĆ, Faculty of Economy, University of Belgrade
Prof. Miroslav MLADENOVIĆ, Faculty of Security Studies, University of Belgrade
Prof. Bojan MILISAVLJEVIĆ, Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade
Darko TRIFUNOVIĆ, PhD, Faculty of Security Studies, University of Belgrade
Goran NIKOLIĆ, PhD, Institute for European Studies, Belgrade
Mina ZIROJEVIĆ-FATIĆ, PhD, Institute for Comparative Law, Belgrade
Marko NOVAKOVIĆ, PhD, Institute of International Politics and Economics, Belgrade
Marko NIKOLIĆ, PhD, Deputy Director of the Office for Cooperation with Religious Communities of Serbia, Belgrade
Jelena KOSTIĆ, PhD, Institute for Comparative Law, Belgrade



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