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Sustainable Development Planning: Republic of Macedonia

  • Sasho KjosevEmail author
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Part of the Sustainable Development book series (SD)

Abstract

This chapter focuses on the need for sustainable development planning, with special reference to the Republic of Macedonia. It starts with analyzing the issue of integrating the sustainable development concept in the economic planning process and proceeds by explaining why and what kind of economic planning for sustainable development is needed in developing countries. Then, main methodological explanations of the social accounting matrix (SAM) and the national accounting matrix including environmental accounts (NAMEA) are presented and explained. The chapter concludes by focusing on the main reasons why there is a need for implementing sustainable development planning in the Republic of Macedonia.

Keywords

Sustainable development planning SAM NAMEA Republic of Macedonia 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of EconomicsSs. Cyril and Methodius UniversitySkopjeRepublic of Macedonia

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