Mirjana STEVANOVIĆ, Dušica NEŠKOVIĆ
Foreign direct investments (FDI) are the core and essence of every economic policy of any country, both in theory and in practice. In other words, we have fresh capital which is placed through foreign direct investment on the one hand and on the other hand, we have equity owners who use the opportunity to place it with the aim to make a profit. The inflow of foreign direct investments in countries in transition is analyzed in this paper, with a special emphasis on Serbia with the projection of inflow movement by the year 2020 (the statistical method of a linear growth trend was applied); problems the countries in transition are faced with, legislative regulations, tax incentives
foreign direct investment, an international movement of capital, economic development, transition, tax relief
ISSN 1583-0691, CNCSIS "Clasa B+"