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Self-Government in Yugoslavia: The Path to Capitalism?

Losoncz, Mark; Ivanišević, Andrea; Losoncz, Alpar

(London: Intechopen, 2021)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Losoncz, Mark
AU  - Ivanišević, Andrea
AU  - Losoncz, Alpar
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2334
AB  - This chapter analyzes self-governing Yugoslavia in the context of capitalism. Regarding the problem of capitalism in socialist world, the practice of the former Yugoslavia cannot be ignored. The socialist Yugoslavia was predetermined to be qualified as capitalist. The Yugoslav leadership developed: (a) self-government, (b) elements of market-biased socialism, and (c) openness to the international economy or the integration in the world market. Its economy achieved remarkable results by the mid-1960s. Some notable economists compliment the results and suggest that the model is sustainable. However, since the mid-1960s, regressive tendencies have emerged that perpetuate significant social dissatisfaction. In 1968, students protested against the state of Yugoslav socialism, believing that it had absorbed capitalism. Others felt that Yugoslav socialism had not sufficiently developed market-based socialism. There were authors that argued that Yugoslav socialism had become capitalist but without capitalist rationality. In the 1970s, the de iure existing federation became a de facto confederation with closed national economies. The chapter discusses the presence of elements of capitalism in this form of socialism based on (a) dependence on the world market, (b) banks as the institutionalization of “financial mode of capital,” and (c) the existence of perpetuated unemployment.
PB  - London: Intechopen
T2  - Emerging Markets
T1  - Self-Government in Yugoslavia: The Path to Capitalism?
SP  - 193
EP  - 209
DO  - 10.5772/intechopen.93673
ER  - 
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author = "Losoncz, Mark and Ivanišević, Andrea and Losoncz, Alpar",
year = "2021",
abstract = "This chapter analyzes self-governing Yugoslavia in the context of capitalism. Regarding the problem of capitalism in socialist world, the practice of the former Yugoslavia cannot be ignored. The socialist Yugoslavia was predetermined to be qualified as capitalist. The Yugoslav leadership developed: (a) self-government, (b) elements of market-biased socialism, and (c) openness to the international economy or the integration in the world market. Its economy achieved remarkable results by the mid-1960s. Some notable economists compliment the results and suggest that the model is sustainable. However, since the mid-1960s, regressive tendencies have emerged that perpetuate significant social dissatisfaction. In 1968, students protested against the state of Yugoslav socialism, believing that it had absorbed capitalism. Others felt that Yugoslav socialism had not sufficiently developed market-based socialism. There were authors that argued that Yugoslav socialism had become capitalist but without capitalist rationality. In the 1970s, the de iure existing federation became a de facto confederation with closed national economies. The chapter discusses the presence of elements of capitalism in this form of socialism based on (a) dependence on the world market, (b) banks as the institutionalization of “financial mode of capital,” and (c) the existence of perpetuated unemployment.",
publisher = "London: Intechopen",
journal = "Emerging Markets",
booktitle = "Self-Government in Yugoslavia: The Path to Capitalism?",
pages = "193-209",
doi = "10.5772/intechopen.93673"
}
Losoncz, M., Ivanišević, A.,& Losoncz, A.. (2021). Self-Government in Yugoslavia: The Path to Capitalism?. in Emerging Markets
London: Intechopen., 193-209.
https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.93673
Losoncz M, Ivanišević A, Losoncz A. Self-Government in Yugoslavia: The Path to Capitalism?. in Emerging Markets. 2021;:193-209.
doi:10.5772/intechopen.93673 .
Losoncz, Mark, Ivanišević, Andrea, Losoncz, Alpar, "Self-Government in Yugoslavia: The Path to Capitalism?" in Emerging Markets (2021):193-209,
https://doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.93673 . .

The State of Exception at the Legal Boundaries : Re-Evaluation Of A Critical Concept

Losoncz, Mark; Losoncz, Alpar

(Novi Sad : Advokatska komora Vojvodine, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Losoncz, Mark
AU  - Losoncz, Alpar
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2202
AB  - This article focuses on the notion of the state of
exception, accounting for its legal and political meanings. In discussing Agamben’s analysis of the state of exception, the article
provides an alternative genesis of the state of exception, with a special focus on the role of liberalism, nuclear war, and the sources of
the state of exception that was instituted in the U.S.A. after the terrorist attacks on September 11. The article stresses that the state of
exception should not be described as an “anomic state” that suspends the law, but that the relationships are much more complex,
wherein the legal and non-legal “organically” intertwine. The article ends with an analysis of the neoliberal relationship to the state
of exception.
PB  - Novi Sad : Advokatska komora Vojvodine
T2  - Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine
T1  - The State of Exception at the Legal Boundaries : Re-Evaluation Of A Critical Concept
IS  - 4
VL  - 92
SP  - 538
EP  - 571
DO  - 10.5937/gakv92-29229
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Losoncz, Mark and Losoncz, Alpar",
year = "2020",
abstract = "This article focuses on the notion of the state of
exception, accounting for its legal and political meanings. In discussing Agamben’s analysis of the state of exception, the article
provides an alternative genesis of the state of exception, with a special focus on the role of liberalism, nuclear war, and the sources of
the state of exception that was instituted in the U.S.A. after the terrorist attacks on September 11. The article stresses that the state of
exception should not be described as an “anomic state” that suspends the law, but that the relationships are much more complex,
wherein the legal and non-legal “organically” intertwine. The article ends with an analysis of the neoliberal relationship to the state
of exception.",
publisher = "Novi Sad : Advokatska komora Vojvodine",
journal = "Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine",
title = "The State of Exception at the Legal Boundaries : Re-Evaluation Of A Critical Concept",
number = "4",
volume = "92",
pages = "538-571",
doi = "10.5937/gakv92-29229"
}
Losoncz, M.,& Losoncz, A.. (2020). The State of Exception at the Legal Boundaries : Re-Evaluation Of A Critical Concept. in Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine
Novi Sad : Advokatska komora Vojvodine., 92(4), 538-571.
https://doi.org/10.5937/gakv92-29229
Losoncz M, Losoncz A. The State of Exception at the Legal Boundaries : Re-Evaluation Of A Critical Concept. in Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine. 2020;92(4):538-571.
doi:10.5937/gakv92-29229 .
Losoncz, Mark, Losoncz, Alpar, "The State of Exception at the Legal Boundaries : Re-Evaluation Of A Critical Concept" in Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine, 92, no. 4 (2020):538-571,
https://doi.org/10.5937/gakv92-29229 . .

Vanredno stanje na granicama prava : prevrednovanje jednog kritičkog koncepta

Losoncz, Mark; Losoncz, Alpar

(Novi Sad : Advokatska komora Vojvodine, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Losoncz, Mark
AU  - Losoncz, Alpar
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://rifdt.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/123456789/2201
AB  - Članak se fokusira na pojam vanrednog stanja, uzimajući u obzir njegova pravna i politička značenja. Raspravljajući s
Agambenovom analizom vanrednog stanja, članak nudi alternativno
objašnjenje geneze vanrednog stanja, sa posebnim osvrtom na ulogu
liberalizma, nuklearnog rata i izvora vanrednog stanja koje je bilo
uvedeno u SAD nakon terorističkih napada 11. septembra. U članku
se naglašava da vanredno stanje ne treba opisati kao „anomično
stanje” koje suspenduje pravo, već je reč o mnogo kompleksnijim
odnosima u kojima se ono pravno i nepravno „organski” prepliću.
Članak se završava analizom neoliberalnog odnosa prema vanrednom stanju.
PB  - Novi Sad : Advokatska komora Vojvodine
T2  - Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine - filozofija prava
T1  - Vanredno stanje na granicama prava : prevrednovanje jednog kritičkog koncepta
IS  - 4
VL  - 92
DO  - 10.5937/gakv92-29229
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Losoncz, Mark and Losoncz, Alpar",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Članak se fokusira na pojam vanrednog stanja, uzimajući u obzir njegova pravna i politička značenja. Raspravljajući s
Agambenovom analizom vanrednog stanja, članak nudi alternativno
objašnjenje geneze vanrednog stanja, sa posebnim osvrtom na ulogu
liberalizma, nuklearnog rata i izvora vanrednog stanja koje je bilo
uvedeno u SAD nakon terorističkih napada 11. septembra. U članku
se naglašava da vanredno stanje ne treba opisati kao „anomično
stanje” koje suspenduje pravo, već je reč o mnogo kompleksnijim
odnosima u kojima se ono pravno i nepravno „organski” prepliću.
Članak se završava analizom neoliberalnog odnosa prema vanrednom stanju.",
publisher = "Novi Sad : Advokatska komora Vojvodine",
journal = "Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine - filozofija prava",
title = "Vanredno stanje na granicama prava : prevrednovanje jednog kritičkog koncepta",
number = "4",
volume = "92",
doi = "10.5937/gakv92-29229"
}
Losoncz, M.,& Losoncz, A.. (2020). Vanredno stanje na granicama prava : prevrednovanje jednog kritičkog koncepta. in Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine - filozofija prava
Novi Sad : Advokatska komora Vojvodine., 92(4).
https://doi.org/10.5937/gakv92-29229
Losoncz M, Losoncz A. Vanredno stanje na granicama prava : prevrednovanje jednog kritičkog koncepta. in Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine - filozofija prava. 2020;92(4).
doi:10.5937/gakv92-29229 .
Losoncz, Mark, Losoncz, Alpar, "Vanredno stanje na granicama prava : prevrednovanje jednog kritičkog koncepta" in Glasnik Advokatske komore Vojvodine - filozofija prava, 92, no. 4 (2020),
https://doi.org/10.5937/gakv92-29229 . .