Failures of the National Policy for Sustainable Development of Bulgaria – Economic Dimensions
Nozharov Sht. and Koralova P. (2017). Failures of the national policy for sustainable development of Bulgaria – economic dimensions. (Conference Paper) Economic and social development of Slovakia - School of Economics and Management of Public Administration in Bratislava, pp.193-205, ISBN 978-80-896
17 Pages Posted: 12 Jan 2018
Date Written: November 17, 2017
Bulgaria is a member of the EU since 2007. The country has issues with its economic policy, which issues could have negative impact over the EU’s policies as a whole. When the economic policy of a Member State is blemished by a systematic strategic misconceptions, it is necessary this to be analyzed in depth. The debate, about the future of the EU after BREXIT and the concept about multi-speeded Europe is consequence of the efficiency of the economic and political systems in each individual Member States. Economic challenges arising by the failure of Bulgarian’s national policy for sustainable development for the period 2000-2015, are examined in this publication. In terms of the economic globalization and energy and ecological regulations, remedies for the identified strategic misconceptions are proposed.
Keywords: European Union; economic policy, sustainable development
JEL Classification: Q56, O21, E02
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