Efficient transport system as key factor of economic and social development: Special attention to the case of Republic of Macedonia

Temjanovski, Riste (2005) Efficient transport system as key factor of economic and social development: Special attention to the case of Republic of Macedonia. Зборник на трудови од Конгресот одржан во Скопје од 15-16 октомври 2005.

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Abstract

In this paper are shown and analyzed transport infrastructural systems, as one of domineering constituents of economic development and regional integration. Transport is a key element in the development of any society. Advances in transport technology have extended the range of markets, enabled new methods of production, fostered specialization and strengthened social, political and economic ties between countries and major geographic areas. The transport sector plays a major role in the social and economic development of each society. It generates substantial employment, assist regional development, enforce links between trading flows and provide access to all sorts of services, leisure activity and job opportunity. Transport is a key factor in modern economies. Economic development is not a simple process by reason of their complex and role and meaning such transport plays of its development. But, up to day many different opinions exist about their role that has not been sufficiently studied yet. The question is: does role of transport play generator of development or their role represent simply alleviating of economic development. A positive relation between economic and transport infrastructure exist without doubt, but it is need to find perfect model to their effected. Key words: transport, transport policy, transport systems, economic development, inflow of capital, trade.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences > Economics and business
Divisions: Faculty of Economics
Depositing User: Riste Temjanovski
Date Deposited: 17 Dec 2012 20:35
Last Modified: 17 Dec 2012 20:35
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/3889

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