Strategic Planning and Economic Growth in Bulgaria

  • O. Panov
  • J. Djarova


The main characteristics and factors in the economic development of Bulgaria, as well as their manifestation over a period of nearly 30 years, are considered. The results of a macroeconomic model can serve the goals of strategic planning, enabling an analysis and forecasting of various national policies that show promise of leading to economic growth.


Economic Growth Labor Productivity Strategic Planning National Income Material Production 
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  • J. Djarova

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