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The role and implementation of the national spatial plan and regional development documents in renewal of strategic research, thinking and governance in Serbia Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Republic of Serbia, Grant no. 451-03-68/2020-14/200006 (Institute of Architecture and Regional and Urban Planning of Serbia, Belgrade)
Sustainable spatial development of Danube area in Serbia Transitioning towards Urban Resilience and Sustainability
Teorijski i metodološki osnov za novu generaciju dokumenata održivog razvoja u SCG: usklađivanje sa novim evropskim i regionalnim dokumentima Prostorni, socijalni i ekološki aspekti razvoja u velikim rudarskim basenima
Prostorno planiranje u funkciji ravnomernijeg regionalnog razvoja, očuvanja životne sredine i razvoja turizma“, Podprojekat 3 „Zaštita sredine u planiranju i uređenju prostora“, 1994-1997 Pristup i koncept za izradu Strategije prostornog razvoja Srbije
Support to Process of Urban Development in Serbia (SPUDS) (SCOPES programme, no. 160503) (1995-1999) "Racionalno korišćenje resursa i potencijala prostora - polazišta za strategiju održivog razvoja Srbije" (ev.br. 09T10PT2)
Spatial, environmental, energy and social aspects of developing settlements and climate change - mutual impacts „Planiranje i upravljanje razvojem u uslovima prelaska na tržišnu privredu-institucionalno prilagođavanje praksi i standardima EU”, ev. br. 1383
09Т11 „Oбнoвa и рeкoнструкциja грaдoвa Србије“, 1996-2000 1383 "‘Планирање и управљање развојeм у услoвимa прeлaскa нa тржишну приврeду-институциoнaлнo прилaгoђaвaњe прaкси и стaндaрдимa EУ‘, EF, IAUS, 2002-2005.
(1995-1997) "Prostorno planiranje u funkciji ravnomernijeg regionalnog razvoja, očuvanja životne sredine i razvoja turizma" (ev.br. S.5.01.57.161) Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH „Strengthening of Local Land Management in Serbia“
Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Republic of Serbia, Grant no. 451-03-68/2020-14/200090 (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture) Razvoj i ispitivanje ravnog prijemnika sunčeve energije za toplotno pretvaranje“ EE.707-1017.B
Научно-истраживачки пројекат 09Т11 „Обнова и реконструкција градова Србије“, 1996-2000, Подпројекат 1 – „Земљишна политика у функцији обнове и реконструкције“, МНТР Републике Србије Просторно и урбанистичко планирање
С.Г.Р.4.12.0225A „Развој, просторно уређење и кoришћeњe мaгистрaлних инфрaструктурних коридора у Србиjи“, 2002.-2004.

Author's Bibliography

Credibility of Legalization: Illegally constructed buildings in Serbia

Zeković, Slavka; Petovar, Ksenija

(Belgrade : Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia, Belgrade, 2023)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
AU  - Petovar, Ksenija
PY  - 2023
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/898
AB  - The paper analyses the credibility of the legalization policies regarding illegally constructed buildings (ICBs) in Serbia in the socialist and post-socialist periods. It introduces the conceptual framework of the credibility thesis concerning informal  institutions  in  an  empirical  examination  of  the  credibility  of  legalization  policy  measures  in  Serbia. The  analysis identifies the main causes of vast illegal construction, and the types and credibility of planning measures and legalization policies, using the Credibility thesis as a breakthrough in planning practice. The findings show the failure of planning and the non-credibility of legalization policies, as well as the survival of ICBs as an autonomous form of property rights.
PB  - Belgrade : Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia, Belgrade
T1  - Credibility of Legalization: Illegally constructed buildings in Serbia
IS  - 49
SP  - 51
EP  - 63
DO  - 10.2298/SPAT220826006Z
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Zeković, Slavka and Petovar, Ksenija",
year = "2023",
abstract = "The paper analyses the credibility of the legalization policies regarding illegally constructed buildings (ICBs) in Serbia in the socialist and post-socialist periods. It introduces the conceptual framework of the credibility thesis concerning informal  institutions  in  an  empirical  examination  of  the  credibility  of  legalization  policy  measures  in  Serbia. The  analysis identifies the main causes of vast illegal construction, and the types and credibility of planning measures and legalization policies, using the Credibility thesis as a breakthrough in planning practice. The findings show the failure of planning and the non-credibility of legalization policies, as well as the survival of ICBs as an autonomous form of property rights.",
publisher = "Belgrade : Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia, Belgrade",
title = "Credibility of Legalization: Illegally constructed buildings in Serbia",
number = "49",
pages = "51-63",
doi = "10.2298/SPAT220826006Z"
}
Zeković, S.,& Petovar, K.. (2023). Credibility of Legalization: Illegally constructed buildings in Serbia. 
Belgrade : Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia, Belgrade.(49), 51-63.
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT220826006Z
Zeković S, Petovar K. Credibility of Legalization: Illegally constructed buildings in Serbia. 2023;(49):51-63.
doi:10.2298/SPAT220826006Z .
Zeković, Slavka, Petovar, Ksenija, "Credibility of Legalization: Illegally constructed buildings in Serbia", no. 49 (2023):51-63,
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT220826006Z . .

The importance of legalization policy in spatial development, planning, and governance: insight from Serbia

Zeković, Slavka

(Łódź (Poland) : AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning), 2023)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2023
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/884
AB  - The paper examines one of the unique urban and spatial challenges of the intensive development  of illegally constructed buildings (ICBs), and a key issues of the legalization policies in Serbia during the socialist and post-socialist periods. According to official data, there are 2.1 million ICBs or 43.4% of the total number of buildings in Serbia. Similarly, it is estimated that almost  50% of the buildings in South-Eastern Europe were built illegally. This shows that a significant part of the buildings does not have a legal validity. Since the 1950s, various contextual factors, especially the restrictive spatial and urban planning (or lack of plans), urban land policy and the inability of the socialist framework to provide affordable housing, have implied the emergence of ICBs as a way of meeting housing needs. Therefore, the ex-post legalization of ICBs is one of the ways to ensure the legal validity of ICBs in Serbia. 
It seems that the exogenous adoption of legalization policies, based on the neoclassical approach and ‘mainstream’ neoliberal approach, without the endogenous decision-making on the emergence of ICBs, as well as reduction of the importance of planning policy, did not contribute to achieving acceptable results. Therefore, in this paper would introduce the framework of ‘credibility thesis’ of specific institutional forms (e.g. ICBs) as an antipode to the neoclassical  approach (Ho, 2014). The institutional credibility includes the credibility of property rights within the Formal, Actual and Targeted (FAT) framework. It includes formal rights, actual property rights and targeted property rights, i.e. legal status de jure, de facto and optatus. Depending on the established goals (FAT framework) and legalization policy measures, several types of state interventions could be diversified according to the Credibility Scale and Intervention (CSI) Checklist. The credibility of legalization policy measures and success of the legalization policy in both analyzed contexts would be assessed.  

Regulating legalization in the systemic sense means a special case of dynamic systems characterized by complexity, stochastic behaviour and relative autonomy of behaviour, singularity of behaviour or reactions. Since the 1990, several laws on legalisation were passed in Serbia. Their contribution was very poor given that a very small percentage of property was legalised, the interventions produced insignificant results, and every law postponed the deadline for legalisation. According to the Law on special conditions for registering property rights on buildings constructed without a building permit, the registration of property rights enables legal security in the real estate trade. Law on the legalization of illegal buildings, Law on property legalisation and the rules of procedure book on the criteria for legalisation prescribes the payment of legalization fees and development fees, which are 99% less than regular value for legal construction defined by local decisions. This indicates the limiting of the municipal authorities because the national government prescribes the reduction of taxes for building land development; the discrimination of owners who legally constructed buildings and paid the  mandatory taxes; and the reduction of the city/local budgets. Preliminary assessments of the effects of property legalization (ICBs) in Serbia in accordance with the legislation would refer to economic efficiency, fiscal effects, public local finances and possible public risks.

Finally, it is assumed that the implications of ICBs arise from their juxtaposition and status of ‘lock-in’, i.e. relations in property rights, planning and laws, and their formal ‘opening’. The issues of legitimacy and legal certainty of ICBs could reflect in the policy of legalization and the possible long-term survival of illegality and uncodified property rights as a parallel unofficial system, with unpredictable and uncertain consequences for urban development, planning and governance.
PB  - Łódź (Poland) : AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning)
C3  - Book of Abstracts 35th AESOP Annual congress "Integrated planning in a world of turbulence"
T1  - The importance of legalization policy in spatial development, planning, and governance: insight from Serbia
SP  - 791
EP  - 792
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_884
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Zeković, Slavka",
year = "2023",
abstract = "The paper examines one of the unique urban and spatial challenges of the intensive development  of illegally constructed buildings (ICBs), and a key issues of the legalization policies in Serbia during the socialist and post-socialist periods. According to official data, there are 2.1 million ICBs or 43.4% of the total number of buildings in Serbia. Similarly, it is estimated that almost  50% of the buildings in South-Eastern Europe were built illegally. This shows that a significant part of the buildings does not have a legal validity. Since the 1950s, various contextual factors, especially the restrictive spatial and urban planning (or lack of plans), urban land policy and the inability of the socialist framework to provide affordable housing, have implied the emergence of ICBs as a way of meeting housing needs. Therefore, the ex-post legalization of ICBs is one of the ways to ensure the legal validity of ICBs in Serbia. 
It seems that the exogenous adoption of legalization policies, based on the neoclassical approach and ‘mainstream’ neoliberal approach, without the endogenous decision-making on the emergence of ICBs, as well as reduction of the importance of planning policy, did not contribute to achieving acceptable results. Therefore, in this paper would introduce the framework of ‘credibility thesis’ of specific institutional forms (e.g. ICBs) as an antipode to the neoclassical  approach (Ho, 2014). The institutional credibility includes the credibility of property rights within the Formal, Actual and Targeted (FAT) framework. It includes formal rights, actual property rights and targeted property rights, i.e. legal status de jure, de facto and optatus. Depending on the established goals (FAT framework) and legalization policy measures, several types of state interventions could be diversified according to the Credibility Scale and Intervention (CSI) Checklist. The credibility of legalization policy measures and success of the legalization policy in both analyzed contexts would be assessed.  

Regulating legalization in the systemic sense means a special case of dynamic systems characterized by complexity, stochastic behaviour and relative autonomy of behaviour, singularity of behaviour or reactions. Since the 1990, several laws on legalisation were passed in Serbia. Their contribution was very poor given that a very small percentage of property was legalised, the interventions produced insignificant results, and every law postponed the deadline for legalisation. According to the Law on special conditions for registering property rights on buildings constructed without a building permit, the registration of property rights enables legal security in the real estate trade. Law on the legalization of illegal buildings, Law on property legalisation and the rules of procedure book on the criteria for legalisation prescribes the payment of legalization fees and development fees, which are 99% less than regular value for legal construction defined by local decisions. This indicates the limiting of the municipal authorities because the national government prescribes the reduction of taxes for building land development; the discrimination of owners who legally constructed buildings and paid the  mandatory taxes; and the reduction of the city/local budgets. Preliminary assessments of the effects of property legalization (ICBs) in Serbia in accordance with the legislation would refer to economic efficiency, fiscal effects, public local finances and possible public risks.

Finally, it is assumed that the implications of ICBs arise from their juxtaposition and status of ‘lock-in’, i.e. relations in property rights, planning and laws, and their formal ‘opening’. The issues of legitimacy and legal certainty of ICBs could reflect in the policy of legalization and the possible long-term survival of illegality and uncodified property rights as a parallel unofficial system, with unpredictable and uncertain consequences for urban development, planning and governance.",
publisher = "Łódź (Poland) : AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning)",
journal = "Book of Abstracts 35th AESOP Annual congress "Integrated planning in a world of turbulence"",
title = "The importance of legalization policy in spatial development, planning, and governance: insight from Serbia",
pages = "791-792",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_884"
}
Zeković, S.. (2023). The importance of legalization policy in spatial development, planning, and governance: insight from Serbia. in Book of Abstracts 35th AESOP Annual congress "Integrated planning in a world of turbulence"
Łódź (Poland) : AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning)., 791-792.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_884
Zeković S. The importance of legalization policy in spatial development, planning, and governance: insight from Serbia. in Book of Abstracts 35th AESOP Annual congress "Integrated planning in a world of turbulence". 2023;:791-792.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_884 .
Zeković, Slavka, "The importance of legalization policy in spatial development, planning, and governance: insight from Serbia" in Book of Abstracts 35th AESOP Annual congress "Integrated planning in a world of turbulence" (2023):791-792,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_884 .

Decades of post-socialist financialization: A comparative overview in SEE and CEE region

Zeković, Slavka

(Szeged (Hungary) : University of Szeged - Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, 2023)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2023
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/886
AB  - The paper examines the emergence of financialization (especially the real estate) as one of the key features of contemporary neoliberal capitalism in post-socialist Serbia and in some selected countries of the CEE and SEE region in the period after the global economic and financial crisis in 2008. Financialization as the leading mechanism of the global neoliberal paradigm plays a significant role in economic development, the functioning of societies, and transformation of spatial development patterns. Despite being a global phenomenon, neoliberal market principles have been implemented differently across various institutional landscapes and political narratives. High government structures of the post-socialist societies wholeheartedly accept neoliberal concepts such as global development visions (instead of long-term goals!) and capital as the only driving force (without e.g., social and market-cum-planning forces). The transitional changes within the social, political and institutional setting of the CEE and SEE region enabled the conditions for nesting foreign direct investments/FDI (also through Real Estate Investment Trusts/REITs), predominantly in the services sector and urban real estate (housing, commercial and office space).  The financialisation of the built environment is a dominant and the fastest-growing economic activity that uses new financial instruments and products (such as mortgages, credit cards, financial derivatives, securities, options, tax increment financing, etc.). This process launched through financial capital (by the intermediation of financial instruments and new financial products, and its securization by state) and various institutions is a general pattern of spatial-economic development transformations. Financialization takes place mainly through investment in residential and commercial properties in urban areas, i.e. usually through extracting and market monetization of the values of urban commons and/or territorial capital, mainly in favour of a financial oligarchy. With this in mind, financialization under the patronage of post-socialist mature and some "immature" states and market institutions, often unable to neutralize the predatory and speculative tendencies (e.g. eroding of public goods, public properties and finances, money laundering, fiscal evasion, etc.) is explored.
	Research on financialization is relatively scarce in post-socialist European countries, while in Serbia there is a complete absence of research on this issue. A comprehensive approach to financialization from a multiscalar perspective is applied, shedding light on this process through an empirical analysis at the Serbian national level and comparing it with the selected post-socialist countries of CEE and SEE in post-crisis period (from 2008 to 2021). More specifically, a synoptic approach would be applied to analyse and compare the financialization at the national level using available indicators. The empirical research is based on three steps: first, on choosing different financialization dimensions according to mainstream the teachings of neoclassical economics (emphasizing: the transition from a bank-based  to a market-based financial system; foreign financial inflows; financialization of non-financial corporations; financialization of housing, households, and urban financialization); second, on identifying or creating financialization indicators of selected dimensions/domains based on available (and comparable) data from the relevant international sources and statistics (such as the Bank of International Settlements, Eurostat and CEIC); and third, on the comparison of financialization in Serbia and similar CEE and SEE countries according to the financialization indicators within the previously selected dimensions/domains of financialization. The comparative financialization survey included six CEE countries (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia) and six SEE countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia), as well as average indicator values for the European Union. The findings point to close connection and the intertwining of global financial and macro-economic trends and the spatial-urban development processes. It is necessary to look at all the consequences of further galloping boom of the real estate market (followed by speculative bubbles, collapse, bailouts, debt growth and potential systemic crises) from a social, economic and spatial-urban perspective. In addition to a potential contribution in responding to the current gap in financialization research in some post-socialist countries (including Serbia), some basic recommendations would be given to public policy-makers (related to macroeconomic, monetary, credit, fiscal, developmental, housing and urban policy, planning and governance). Institutional changes are necessary in order to redirect the financialization process to  more socially acceptable and resilient economic and spatial-urban development, better adjustment/ harmonization of financial capital standards in urban development and enable a broad dialogue between different/particular financial interests.
PB  - Szeged (Hungary) : University of Szeged - Faculty of Economics and Business Administration
C3  - Book of Abstracts The 5th Conference in cooperation with the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies "Decades of crises: from competitiveness to resilience - via the bumpy road of sustainability"
T1  - Decades of post-socialist financialization: A comparative overview in SEE and CEE region
SP  - 46
EP  - 47
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_886
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Zeković, Slavka",
year = "2023",
abstract = "The paper examines the emergence of financialization (especially the real estate) as one of the key features of contemporary neoliberal capitalism in post-socialist Serbia and in some selected countries of the CEE and SEE region in the period after the global economic and financial crisis in 2008. Financialization as the leading mechanism of the global neoliberal paradigm plays a significant role in economic development, the functioning of societies, and transformation of spatial development patterns. Despite being a global phenomenon, neoliberal market principles have been implemented differently across various institutional landscapes and political narratives. High government structures of the post-socialist societies wholeheartedly accept neoliberal concepts such as global development visions (instead of long-term goals!) and capital as the only driving force (without e.g., social and market-cum-planning forces). The transitional changes within the social, political and institutional setting of the CEE and SEE region enabled the conditions for nesting foreign direct investments/FDI (also through Real Estate Investment Trusts/REITs), predominantly in the services sector and urban real estate (housing, commercial and office space).  The financialisation of the built environment is a dominant and the fastest-growing economic activity that uses new financial instruments and products (such as mortgages, credit cards, financial derivatives, securities, options, tax increment financing, etc.). This process launched through financial capital (by the intermediation of financial instruments and new financial products, and its securization by state) and various institutions is a general pattern of spatial-economic development transformations. Financialization takes place mainly through investment in residential and commercial properties in urban areas, i.e. usually through extracting and market monetization of the values of urban commons and/or territorial capital, mainly in favour of a financial oligarchy. With this in mind, financialization under the patronage of post-socialist mature and some "immature" states and market institutions, often unable to neutralize the predatory and speculative tendencies (e.g. eroding of public goods, public properties and finances, money laundering, fiscal evasion, etc.) is explored.
	Research on financialization is relatively scarce in post-socialist European countries, while in Serbia there is a complete absence of research on this issue. A comprehensive approach to financialization from a multiscalar perspective is applied, shedding light on this process through an empirical analysis at the Serbian national level and comparing it with the selected post-socialist countries of CEE and SEE in post-crisis period (from 2008 to 2021). More specifically, a synoptic approach would be applied to analyse and compare the financialization at the national level using available indicators. The empirical research is based on three steps: first, on choosing different financialization dimensions according to mainstream the teachings of neoclassical economics (emphasizing: the transition from a bank-based  to a market-based financial system; foreign financial inflows; financialization of non-financial corporations; financialization of housing, households, and urban financialization); second, on identifying or creating financialization indicators of selected dimensions/domains based on available (and comparable) data from the relevant international sources and statistics (such as the Bank of International Settlements, Eurostat and CEIC); and third, on the comparison of financialization in Serbia and similar CEE and SEE countries according to the financialization indicators within the previously selected dimensions/domains of financialization. The comparative financialization survey included six CEE countries (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia) and six SEE countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia and Serbia), as well as average indicator values for the European Union. The findings point to close connection and the intertwining of global financial and macro-economic trends and the spatial-urban development processes. It is necessary to look at all the consequences of further galloping boom of the real estate market (followed by speculative bubbles, collapse, bailouts, debt growth and potential systemic crises) from a social, economic and spatial-urban perspective. In addition to a potential contribution in responding to the current gap in financialization research in some post-socialist countries (including Serbia), some basic recommendations would be given to public policy-makers (related to macroeconomic, monetary, credit, fiscal, developmental, housing and urban policy, planning and governance). Institutional changes are necessary in order to redirect the financialization process to  more socially acceptable and resilient economic and spatial-urban development, better adjustment/ harmonization of financial capital standards in urban development and enable a broad dialogue between different/particular financial interests.",
publisher = "Szeged (Hungary) : University of Szeged - Faculty of Economics and Business Administration",
journal = "Book of Abstracts The 5th Conference in cooperation with the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies "Decades of crises: from competitiveness to resilience - via the bumpy road of sustainability"",
title = "Decades of post-socialist financialization: A comparative overview in SEE and CEE region",
pages = "46-47",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_886"
}
Zeković, S.. (2023). Decades of post-socialist financialization: A comparative overview in SEE and CEE region. in Book of Abstracts The 5th Conference in cooperation with the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies "Decades of crises: from competitiveness to resilience - via the bumpy road of sustainability"
Szeged (Hungary) : University of Szeged - Faculty of Economics and Business Administration., 46-47.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_886
Zeković S. Decades of post-socialist financialization: A comparative overview in SEE and CEE region. in Book of Abstracts The 5th Conference in cooperation with the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies "Decades of crises: from competitiveness to resilience - via the bumpy road of sustainability". 2023;:46-47.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_886 .
Zeković, Slavka, "Decades of post-socialist financialization: A comparative overview in SEE and CEE region" in Book of Abstracts The 5th Conference in cooperation with the European Association for Comparative Economic Studies "Decades of crises: from competitiveness to resilience - via the bumpy road of sustainability" (2023):46-47,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_886 .

The post-socialist financialization and illegal construction in Serbia: convergent or divergent a new assetization game?

Zeković, Slavka

(Michigan (USA) : University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning, 2023)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2023
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/885
AB  - This paper explores the post-socialist changes of urban development in Serbia from the perspective of two main trends (galloping neoliberal financialization of real estate and mass illegal construction) and their assetization game, especially after global crisis 2008. The focus of global finance is increasingly diverted from the real sector of the economy to the financialization of commercial properties, especially residential. The financialization of real estate/property has a significant role in the socio-economic development, as well as spatial patterns, especially in the urban redevelopment, i.e. urban built environment.
Under the influence of neoliberal doctrine, the financialization is also intensified in the post-socialist countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Although financialization research is relatively scarce in post-socialist European countries, it is almost completely absent in Serbia. The financialization was activated after the year 2000, intensified until the global financial crisis of 2008, and continued with extreme dynamics until today. The process of mass illegal construction, i.e. illegally constructed buildings (now more than 2.1 million buildings from 4.9 total buildings) continues in parallel with the financialization of properties in Serbia since 1960s. The inability of the socialist framework to provide affordable housing has allowed the large number of illegally constructed buildings to become an alternative method of meeting housing needs. In the post-socialist period, a new wave of illegal constructed buildings intensified, primarily caused by the privatization of the land-use rights andof socially-owned housing. Its large scale was the main driver for the accommodation of immigrants after the breakup of Yugoslavia. The term "illegally constructed building"/ICBs is defined by Serbian legislation: Planning and Construction Act (2009, 2018), the Legalization Act (2013, 2015) and the Legalization of Buildings Act (2018). 
In empirical analysis, a comprehensive comparative approach was applied, comparing financialization process at the Serbian national level with selected post-socialist countries of CEE.. The research is based on four steps: first, on choosing different financialization domains according to the teachings of neoclassical economics (emphasizing the transition from a bank-based  to a market-based financial system; foreign financial inflows; financialization of housing; urban financialization); second, on identifying and measuring financialization indicators for selected domains; third, comparing  Serbia with similar CEE countries regarding the financialization indicators; and fourth, a brief overview of ICBs in the post-socialist period.
It is estimated that there is a certain correlation and interconnection between the financialization and illegal construction processes in Serbia. While the financialization process works on the formal market, the other process takes place on the informal/"black" market, and it seems likely that both processes could remain as parallel and autonomous forms of urban development in Serbia. However, the analysis of these processes indicates both their convergence and divergence. From the perspective of the theory of urban growth machine, it seems that both processes constitute main levers of the same machine, i.e. two counterweights in urban development that go "hand in hand". The state considers that the financialization of real estate is a stabilizer of the macroeconomic development and monetary policy in Serbia, with the tacit tolerance of ICBs.
PB  - Michigan (USA) : University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning
C3  - Book of Abstracts 17th Annual PLPR Conference
T1  - The post-socialist financialization and illegal construction in Serbia: convergent or divergent a new assetization game?
SP  - 60
EP  - 60
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_885
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Zeković, Slavka",
year = "2023",
abstract = "This paper explores the post-socialist changes of urban development in Serbia from the perspective of two main trends (galloping neoliberal financialization of real estate and mass illegal construction) and their assetization game, especially after global crisis 2008. The focus of global finance is increasingly diverted from the real sector of the economy to the financialization of commercial properties, especially residential. The financialization of real estate/property has a significant role in the socio-economic development, as well as spatial patterns, especially in the urban redevelopment, i.e. urban built environment.
Under the influence of neoliberal doctrine, the financialization is also intensified in the post-socialist countries of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Although financialization research is relatively scarce in post-socialist European countries, it is almost completely absent in Serbia. The financialization was activated after the year 2000, intensified until the global financial crisis of 2008, and continued with extreme dynamics until today. The process of mass illegal construction, i.e. illegally constructed buildings (now more than 2.1 million buildings from 4.9 total buildings) continues in parallel with the financialization of properties in Serbia since 1960s. The inability of the socialist framework to provide affordable housing has allowed the large number of illegally constructed buildings to become an alternative method of meeting housing needs. In the post-socialist period, a new wave of illegal constructed buildings intensified, primarily caused by the privatization of the land-use rights andof socially-owned housing. Its large scale was the main driver for the accommodation of immigrants after the breakup of Yugoslavia. The term "illegally constructed building"/ICBs is defined by Serbian legislation: Planning and Construction Act (2009, 2018), the Legalization Act (2013, 2015) and the Legalization of Buildings Act (2018). 
In empirical analysis, a comprehensive comparative approach was applied, comparing financialization process at the Serbian national level with selected post-socialist countries of CEE.. The research is based on four steps: first, on choosing different financialization domains according to the teachings of neoclassical economics (emphasizing the transition from a bank-based  to a market-based financial system; foreign financial inflows; financialization of housing; urban financialization); second, on identifying and measuring financialization indicators for selected domains; third, comparing  Serbia with similar CEE countries regarding the financialization indicators; and fourth, a brief overview of ICBs in the post-socialist period.
It is estimated that there is a certain correlation and interconnection between the financialization and illegal construction processes in Serbia. While the financialization process works on the formal market, the other process takes place on the informal/"black" market, and it seems likely that both processes could remain as parallel and autonomous forms of urban development in Serbia. However, the analysis of these processes indicates both their convergence and divergence. From the perspective of the theory of urban growth machine, it seems that both processes constitute main levers of the same machine, i.e. two counterweights in urban development that go "hand in hand". The state considers that the financialization of real estate is a stabilizer of the macroeconomic development and monetary policy in Serbia, with the tacit tolerance of ICBs.",
publisher = "Michigan (USA) : University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning",
journal = "Book of Abstracts 17th Annual PLPR Conference",
title = "The post-socialist financialization and illegal construction in Serbia: convergent or divergent a new assetization game?",
pages = "60-60",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_885"
}
Zeković, S.. (2023). The post-socialist financialization and illegal construction in Serbia: convergent or divergent a new assetization game?. in Book of Abstracts 17th Annual PLPR Conference
Michigan (USA) : University of Michigan Ann Arbor - Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning., 60-60.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_885
Zeković S. The post-socialist financialization and illegal construction in Serbia: convergent or divergent a new assetization game?. in Book of Abstracts 17th Annual PLPR Conference. 2023;:60-60.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_885 .
Zeković, Slavka, "The post-socialist financialization and illegal construction in Serbia: convergent or divergent a new assetization game?" in Book of Abstracts 17th Annual PLPR Conference (2023):60-60,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_885 .

Regional Industrial Policy in the Western Balkans: Neither Specialization nor Spatialization?

Zeković, Slavka; Perić, Ana

(Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2023)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
AU  - Perić, Ana
PY  - 2023
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/743
AB  - This paper analyzes post-socialist industrial development and policy in the Western Balkans through the lens of its regional specialization and spatial concentration. Against a conceptual framework revolving around place-based industrial policy, and using the Concentration index (modified Herfindahl-Hirschman index) and location coefficients (Balassa index), a comparative analysis over three decades (1990–2020) highlights weak regional diversification and intra-regional integration of industrial activity. The findings offer a new industrial policy that transcends regional specialization and spatial concentration to address regional development, planning and governance. The concluding remarks reveal some basic paths toward effective and pro-European regional industrial policy in the Western Balkans.
PB  - Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
T2  - Eastern European Economics
T1  - Regional Industrial Policy in the Western Balkans: Neither Specialization nor Spatialization?
DO  - 10.1080/00128775.2023.2178936
ER  - 
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publisher = "Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group",
journal = "Eastern European Economics",
title = "Regional Industrial Policy in the Western Balkans: Neither Specialization nor Spatialization?",
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Zeković, S.,& Perić, A.. (2023). Regional Industrial Policy in the Western Balkans: Neither Specialization nor Spatialization?. in Eastern European Economics
Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group..
https://doi.org/10.1080/00128775.2023.2178936
Zeković S, Perić A. Regional Industrial Policy in the Western Balkans: Neither Specialization nor Spatialization?. in Eastern European Economics. 2023;.
doi:10.1080/00128775.2023.2178936 .
Zeković, Slavka, Perić, Ana, "Regional Industrial Policy in the Western Balkans: Neither Specialization nor Spatialization?" in Eastern European Economics (2023),
https://doi.org/10.1080/00128775.2023.2178936 . .
1

Post-socialist financialization: the experience of Serbia

Zeković, Slavka

(Belgrade : International Research Academy of Science and Art - IRASA, 2022)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/814
AB  - The paper explores the growing financialization in Serbia in the post-crisis period from 2008 to 2021. The research includes an overview of the theoretical background of  financialization based on the neoclassical and heterodox understandings of this process. The empirical analysis of the financialization of residential and non-residential properties at national level will be used. From the aspect of financialization, it would provide insight into the relationship between the financial system, macroeconomic developments and urban (re)development in the post-socialist practice. Moreover, a comparative ex-post analysis of the process of financialization in Serbia and the selected post-socialist countries of CEE and SEE based on the quantitative research will be presented. The empirical exploration shall be conducted within two domains: firstly, through the identification of different dimensions of financialization, such as  the transition from a bank-based to a  market-based financial system, the inflows of foreign financial investment (including FDI), the financialization of non-financial corporations and the population, and urban financialization; secondly, through financialization indicators and urban real estate indicators,  relevant to the main dimensions, by comparing them with the EU average and with some  countries of the CEE and SEE. The findings may indicate the interweaving of the global financial and macroeconomic trends and the financial capital investment in the real estate markets with the urban re/development process.
PB  - Belgrade :  International Research Academy of Science and Art - IRASA
C3  - Book of Abstracts - IRASA International Scientific Conference Science, Education, Technology and Innovation (SETI IV), 30 September - 1 October 2022, Belgrade
T1  - Post-socialist financialization: the experience of Serbia
SP  - 62
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_814
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Zeković, Slavka",
year = "2022",
abstract = "The paper explores the growing financialization in Serbia in the post-crisis period from 2008 to 2021. The research includes an overview of the theoretical background of  financialization based on the neoclassical and heterodox understandings of this process. The empirical analysis of the financialization of residential and non-residential properties at national level will be used. From the aspect of financialization, it would provide insight into the relationship between the financial system, macroeconomic developments and urban (re)development in the post-socialist practice. Moreover, a comparative ex-post analysis of the process of financialization in Serbia and the selected post-socialist countries of CEE and SEE based on the quantitative research will be presented. The empirical exploration shall be conducted within two domains: firstly, through the identification of different dimensions of financialization, such as  the transition from a bank-based to a  market-based financial system, the inflows of foreign financial investment (including FDI), the financialization of non-financial corporations and the population, and urban financialization; secondly, through financialization indicators and urban real estate indicators,  relevant to the main dimensions, by comparing them with the EU average and with some  countries of the CEE and SEE. The findings may indicate the interweaving of the global financial and macroeconomic trends and the financial capital investment in the real estate markets with the urban re/development process.",
publisher = "Belgrade :  International Research Academy of Science and Art - IRASA",
journal = "Book of Abstracts - IRASA International Scientific Conference Science, Education, Technology and Innovation (SETI IV), 30 September - 1 October 2022, Belgrade",
title = "Post-socialist financialization: the experience of Serbia",
pages = "62",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_814"
}
Zeković, S.. (2022). Post-socialist financialization: the experience of Serbia. in Book of Abstracts - IRASA International Scientific Conference Science, Education, Technology and Innovation (SETI IV), 30 September - 1 October 2022, Belgrade
Belgrade :  International Research Academy of Science and Art - IRASA., 62.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_814
Zeković S. Post-socialist financialization: the experience of Serbia. in Book of Abstracts - IRASA International Scientific Conference Science, Education, Technology and Innovation (SETI IV), 30 September - 1 October 2022, Belgrade. 2022;:62.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_814 .
Zeković, Slavka, "Post-socialist financialization: the experience of Serbia" in Book of Abstracts - IRASA International Scientific Conference Science, Education, Technology and Innovation (SETI IV), 30 September - 1 October 2022, Belgrade (2022):62,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_814 .

Post-socialist urban financialization: Flexibilization of urban norms and commons, or just a new assetization game?

Zeković, Slavka

(Association of European Schools of Planning/AESOP, 2022)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2022
UR  - https://proceedings.aesop-planning.eu/index.php/aesopro/issue/view/13
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/813
AB  - The paper analyzes the expansion of neoliberal financialization in urban (re)development in the post-socialist context of Serbia. After the year 2000, the transitional changes and the establishing of the post-socialist institutional framework have created conditions for attracting foreign direct investments, predominantly in the services sector and urban real estate. Due to the global financial crisis and the collapse of the real estate bubble (2008), this sector is rapidly recovering and developing, thanks to the state support. The introduction of new regulations in financial activities with a role to neutralize the speculative tendencies at the market was largely absent, which is especially reflected in the urban (re)development. The galloping urban financialization has been fueled by growing interests of capital in the real estate sector. The financialization would have been almost impossible without the arrival of the world's leading real estate investment trusts and the investment of international capital in housing, commerce space, offices, and urban land. The urban financialization, especially housing financialization, is a dominant and the fastest growing activity that uses new financial instruments and products. It is considered driving force of financial capitalism in urban redevelopment through extraction and monetization of the values of urban commons. The paper explores the financialization of urban real estate under the patronage of post-socialist state. We apply a comprehensive empirical analysis of financialization from a multi-scalar perspective: using available indicators (at the national scale); and using a panoramic view on several large urban projects in Belgrade (at the local level). Our findings indicate that financialization was accompanied by a strong appropriation and erosion of urban commons and norms, as well as a new assetization game. Given the lack of research on financialization in Serbia, we propose some improvements regarding the control of the urban financialization, planning and governance in line to the UN Guidelines, as well as the global financing approach in the new economy.
PB  - Association of European Schools of Planning/AESOP
PB  - Reading, UK : University of Reading
PB  - Tartu, Estonia : Estonian University of Life Sciences
PB  - Tallinn, Estonia : Tallinn University
C3  - Book of Abstracts, AESOP Annual Congress "Space for Species: Redefining Spatial Justice", Track 13: Politics, 25-29 July, Tartu, Estonia
T1  - Post-socialist urban financialization: Flexibilization of urban norms and commons, or just a new assetization game?
VL  - 34
IS  - 1
SP  - 874
EP  - 875
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_813
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Zeković, Slavka",
year = "2022",
abstract = "The paper analyzes the expansion of neoliberal financialization in urban (re)development in the post-socialist context of Serbia. After the year 2000, the transitional changes and the establishing of the post-socialist institutional framework have created conditions for attracting foreign direct investments, predominantly in the services sector and urban real estate. Due to the global financial crisis and the collapse of the real estate bubble (2008), this sector is rapidly recovering and developing, thanks to the state support. The introduction of new regulations in financial activities with a role to neutralize the speculative tendencies at the market was largely absent, which is especially reflected in the urban (re)development. The galloping urban financialization has been fueled by growing interests of capital in the real estate sector. The financialization would have been almost impossible without the arrival of the world's leading real estate investment trusts and the investment of international capital in housing, commerce space, offices, and urban land. The urban financialization, especially housing financialization, is a dominant and the fastest growing activity that uses new financial instruments and products. It is considered driving force of financial capitalism in urban redevelopment through extraction and monetization of the values of urban commons. The paper explores the financialization of urban real estate under the patronage of post-socialist state. We apply a comprehensive empirical analysis of financialization from a multi-scalar perspective: using available indicators (at the national scale); and using a panoramic view on several large urban projects in Belgrade (at the local level). Our findings indicate that financialization was accompanied by a strong appropriation and erosion of urban commons and norms, as well as a new assetization game. Given the lack of research on financialization in Serbia, we propose some improvements regarding the control of the urban financialization, planning and governance in line to the UN Guidelines, as well as the global financing approach in the new economy.",
publisher = "Association of European Schools of Planning/AESOP, Reading, UK : University of Reading, Tartu, Estonia : Estonian University of Life Sciences, Tallinn, Estonia : Tallinn University",
journal = "Book of Abstracts, AESOP Annual Congress "Space for Species: Redefining Spatial Justice", Track 13: Politics, 25-29 July, Tartu, Estonia",
title = "Post-socialist urban financialization: Flexibilization of urban norms and commons, or just a new assetization game?",
volume = "34",
number = "1",
pages = "874-875",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_813"
}
Zeković, S.. (2022). Post-socialist urban financialization: Flexibilization of urban norms and commons, or just a new assetization game?. in Book of Abstracts, AESOP Annual Congress "Space for Species: Redefining Spatial Justice", Track 13: Politics, 25-29 July, Tartu, Estonia
Association of European Schools of Planning/AESOP., 34(1), 874-875.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_813
Zeković S. Post-socialist urban financialization: Flexibilization of urban norms and commons, or just a new assetization game?. in Book of Abstracts, AESOP Annual Congress "Space for Species: Redefining Spatial Justice", Track 13: Politics, 25-29 July, Tartu, Estonia. 2022;34(1):874-875.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_813 .
Zeković, Slavka, "Post-socialist urban financialization: Flexibilization of urban norms and commons, or just a new assetization game?" in Book of Abstracts, AESOP Annual Congress "Space for Species: Redefining Spatial Justice", Track 13: Politics, 25-29 July, Tartu, Estonia, 34, no. 1 (2022):874-875,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_813 .

Contemporary Governance of Urban Mega-projects: Case Study of Belgrade Waterfront

Zeković, Slavka; Maričić, Tamara

(Taylor & Francis Online, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
AU  - Maričić, Tamara
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/810
AB  - The study analyses the decision-making, planning and governance (DMPG) of urban mega-projects (UMPs) and elaborates on it in a case study of real estate financialization by the Belgrade Waterfront Project (BWP). In order to systematize numerous challenges in urban planning and governance that enabled the BWP, various analytical tools are applied. This approach combines the components of qualitative ex-post analysis, critical discourse analysis and stakeholder analysis. The analyses of the legislation and the DMPG related to the BWP indicate: (1) a regulationist state-led process as a ‘top-top’ approach in governance; and (2) the existence of certain controversies in the legal and planning approaches (e.g., lex specialis for expropriation, out-sourcing of planning decisions, a closed fast-track decision-making cycle, and the alienation of public construction land free of charge). It is argued that a combination of top-down political power, international business and limited citizens’ participation shapes the BWP. Finally, an improved approach for governing UMPs is suggested which is based on greater transparency, an improved regulatory and institutional framework, as well as innovation in the urban planning and governance arrangements to facilitate challenges for ongoing UMPs.
PB  - Taylor & Francis Online
PB  - Routledge
T2  - Territory, Politics, Governance
T1  - Contemporary Governance of Urban Mega-projects: Case Study of Belgrade Waterfront
VL  - 10
IS  - 4
SP  - 527
EP  - 548
DO  - 10.1080/21622671.2020.1774410
ER  - 
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year = "2022",
abstract = "The study analyses the decision-making, planning and governance (DMPG) of urban mega-projects (UMPs) and elaborates on it in a case study of real estate financialization by the Belgrade Waterfront Project (BWP). In order to systematize numerous challenges in urban planning and governance that enabled the BWP, various analytical tools are applied. This approach combines the components of qualitative ex-post analysis, critical discourse analysis and stakeholder analysis. The analyses of the legislation and the DMPG related to the BWP indicate: (1) a regulationist state-led process as a ‘top-top’ approach in governance; and (2) the existence of certain controversies in the legal and planning approaches (e.g., lex specialis for expropriation, out-sourcing of planning decisions, a closed fast-track decision-making cycle, and the alienation of public construction land free of charge). It is argued that a combination of top-down political power, international business and limited citizens’ participation shapes the BWP. Finally, an improved approach for governing UMPs is suggested which is based on greater transparency, an improved regulatory and institutional framework, as well as innovation in the urban planning and governance arrangements to facilitate challenges for ongoing UMPs.",
publisher = "Taylor & Francis Online, Routledge",
journal = "Territory, Politics, Governance",
title = "Contemporary Governance of Urban Mega-projects: Case Study of Belgrade Waterfront",
volume = "10",
number = "4",
pages = "527-548",
doi = "10.1080/21622671.2020.1774410"
}
Zeković, S.,& Maričić, T.. (2022). Contemporary Governance of Urban Mega-projects: Case Study of Belgrade Waterfront. in Territory, Politics, Governance
Taylor & Francis Online., 10(4), 527-548.
https://doi.org/10.1080/21622671.2020.1774410
Zeković S, Maričić T. Contemporary Governance of Urban Mega-projects: Case Study of Belgrade Waterfront. in Territory, Politics, Governance. 2022;10(4):527-548.
doi:10.1080/21622671.2020.1774410 .
Zeković, Slavka, Maričić, Tamara, "Contemporary Governance of Urban Mega-projects: Case Study of Belgrade Waterfront" in Territory, Politics, Governance, 10, no. 4 (2022):527-548,
https://doi.org/10.1080/21622671.2020.1774410 . .
9

Post-socialist financialization through urban mega-projects: Flexibilization of norms and commons, or just an exceptional a fortiori game?

Zeković, Slavka

(Volos, Greece : University of Thessaly, Department of Planning and Regional Development, Laboratory of Urban Morphology & Design, 2022)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/815
AB  - The paper explores urban financialization through urban megaprojects (UMPs), as instruments of urban development, and specific types of urban exceptionalities on the example of the Belgrade Waterfront Project (BWP). The post-socialist institutional framework has provided the conditions for attracting foreign investments, especially those of interest to the leading real estate investment trusts and international capital in the services and urban real estate sectors. Real estate financialization is a general pattern of neoliberalized urban transformations, mostly through UMPs. Neoliberal principles of urban planning are widely accepted, while state structures at the top of the government broadly accept the concept of “exceptions” in urban financialization, i.e. the “exceptionality” of BWP as a “new trademark of our capital city and Europe’. The process of financialization through UMPs in the post-socialist urban development is fast-growing. This is made possible by using new financial instruments and products, and by extracting and monetizing the values of urban commons in the procedure of decision-making, planning and governance (DMPG).   The various aspects of UMPs make them exceptional and extremely complex: huge size, sometimes unpredictable outcomes and diverse multi-scale impacts. Their exceptional character causes changes to the urban rules, conditions, planning regime, urban matrix, and introduces “exceptions” in the process of DMPG. These changes encompass the suspension and violation of urban norms; the acceptance of exceptional standards; flexibilization of norms, and finally, their normalization on multi-scales. We explore the exceptionality of the DMPG of BWP under state patronage and international investors. Starting from the premises of Agamben's theory and the game theory, we applied a comprehensive analysis of DMPG onto BWP. The findings point to a strong appropriation and erosion of urban commons, to violations of various rights and norms (including the urban norms), as the consequences of a new assetization game driven by the predicted outcomes of urban financialization and the concept of the “state of exceptions”. Under the influence of the applied framework of the “state of exceptions” new “exceptional spaces” in urban environment are being created, such as closed smart ghettos of the rich, and ghettos of the poor. The paper indicates exceptional socio-spatial phenomena, such as: mainly state-led gentrification; the new urban ghettos; and the endangering of public interests, goods, properties, as well as public finance. It was concluded that it is necessary to rethink the acceptability of UMPs “exceptionality”, the violation and servility of current urban norms, but also the flexibilization and normalization in DMPG towards more inclusive and sustainable perspectives. Additionally, a shift from the existing practices in DMPG of UMPs is suggested, such as: the reconsideration of lex specialis (for BWP); avoidance of exclusive fast-lane and “top-top” approaches to UMPs; exclusion of a fortiori approach in DMPG; limitation of the discretionary powers of the central government; elimination of planning decisionism through by-laws (especially in urban land-use, alienation of public construction land without fees); extra-territorial urban planning of the UMPs; poor participation, etc. Some recommendations for improving the DMPG for UMPs and for controlling these “exceptions” in the post-socialist context will be given.
PB  - Volos, Greece : University of Thessaly, Department of Planning and Regional Development, Laboratory of Urban Morphology & Design
C3  - Book of Proceedings,  Proceedings of the International Conference on Changing Cities V: Spatial, Design, Landscape, Heritage & Socio-economic Dimensions
T1  - Post-socialist financialization through urban mega-projects: Flexibilization of norms and commons, or just an exceptional a fortiori game?
SP  - 1347
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_815
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Zeković, Slavka",
year = "2022",
abstract = "The paper explores urban financialization through urban megaprojects (UMPs), as instruments of urban development, and specific types of urban exceptionalities on the example of the Belgrade Waterfront Project (BWP). The post-socialist institutional framework has provided the conditions for attracting foreign investments, especially those of interest to the leading real estate investment trusts and international capital in the services and urban real estate sectors. Real estate financialization is a general pattern of neoliberalized urban transformations, mostly through UMPs. Neoliberal principles of urban planning are widely accepted, while state structures at the top of the government broadly accept the concept of “exceptions” in urban financialization, i.e. the “exceptionality” of BWP as a “new trademark of our capital city and Europe’. The process of financialization through UMPs in the post-socialist urban development is fast-growing. This is made possible by using new financial instruments and products, and by extracting and monetizing the values of urban commons in the procedure of decision-making, planning and governance (DMPG).   The various aspects of UMPs make them exceptional and extremely complex: huge size, sometimes unpredictable outcomes and diverse multi-scale impacts. Their exceptional character causes changes to the urban rules, conditions, planning regime, urban matrix, and introduces “exceptions” in the process of DMPG. These changes encompass the suspension and violation of urban norms; the acceptance of exceptional standards; flexibilization of norms, and finally, their normalization on multi-scales. We explore the exceptionality of the DMPG of BWP under state patronage and international investors. Starting from the premises of Agamben's theory and the game theory, we applied a comprehensive analysis of DMPG onto BWP. The findings point to a strong appropriation and erosion of urban commons, to violations of various rights and norms (including the urban norms), as the consequences of a new assetization game driven by the predicted outcomes of urban financialization and the concept of the “state of exceptions”. Under the influence of the applied framework of the “state of exceptions” new “exceptional spaces” in urban environment are being created, such as closed smart ghettos of the rich, and ghettos of the poor. The paper indicates exceptional socio-spatial phenomena, such as: mainly state-led gentrification; the new urban ghettos; and the endangering of public interests, goods, properties, as well as public finance. It was concluded that it is necessary to rethink the acceptability of UMPs “exceptionality”, the violation and servility of current urban norms, but also the flexibilization and normalization in DMPG towards more inclusive and sustainable perspectives. Additionally, a shift from the existing practices in DMPG of UMPs is suggested, such as: the reconsideration of lex specialis (for BWP); avoidance of exclusive fast-lane and “top-top” approaches to UMPs; exclusion of a fortiori approach in DMPG; limitation of the discretionary powers of the central government; elimination of planning decisionism through by-laws (especially in urban land-use, alienation of public construction land without fees); extra-territorial urban planning of the UMPs; poor participation, etc. Some recommendations for improving the DMPG for UMPs and for controlling these “exceptions” in the post-socialist context will be given.",
publisher = "Volos, Greece : University of Thessaly, Department of Planning and Regional Development, Laboratory of Urban Morphology & Design",
journal = "Book of Proceedings,  Proceedings of the International Conference on Changing Cities V: Spatial, Design, Landscape, Heritage & Socio-economic Dimensions",
title = "Post-socialist financialization through urban mega-projects: Flexibilization of norms and commons, or just an exceptional a fortiori game?",
pages = "1347",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_815"
}
Zeković, S.. (2022). Post-socialist financialization through urban mega-projects: Flexibilization of norms and commons, or just an exceptional a fortiori game?. in Book of Proceedings,  Proceedings of the International Conference on Changing Cities V: Spatial, Design, Landscape, Heritage & Socio-economic Dimensions
Volos, Greece : University of Thessaly, Department of Planning and Regional Development, Laboratory of Urban Morphology & Design., 1347.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_815
Zeković S. Post-socialist financialization through urban mega-projects: Flexibilization of norms and commons, or just an exceptional a fortiori game?. in Book of Proceedings,  Proceedings of the International Conference on Changing Cities V: Spatial, Design, Landscape, Heritage & Socio-economic Dimensions. 2022;:1347.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_815 .
Zeković, Slavka, "Post-socialist financialization through urban mega-projects: Flexibilization of norms and commons, or just an exceptional a fortiori game?" in Book of Proceedings,  Proceedings of the International Conference on Changing Cities V: Spatial, Design, Landscape, Heritage & Socio-economic Dimensions (2022):1347,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_815 .

Towards a credible legalization policy in Serbia

Zeković, Slavka

(International Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights/PLPR, KU Leuven- Faculty of Architecture, Ghent University- Faculty of Law and Criminology, HOGENT - Department of Real Estate, Brokery and Land Surveying, and University of Alberta - Faculty of Law, 2022)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2022
UR  - https://arch.kuleuven.be/plpr-2022/20220623-plpr2022-bookofabstracts.pdf
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/809
AB  - The paper explores the legalisation policies of illegally constructed buildings (ICBs) in Serbia in both socialist and post-socialist period. The restrictive urban policy and the inability of the socialist model to provide affordable housing have influenced the emergence of ICBs as an alternative method of meeting housing needs. The exogenous adoption of legalization policies, especially in the post-socialist period, based on the neoclassical approach and "mainstream" neoliberal development, without examining the social mechanisms of the endogenous decision-making on the emergence of ICBs, as well as reducing of planning role (e.g. a deviation of planning, avoiding or abandoning of planning) makes their implementation incomplete and unsuccessful. Given that the endogenous factors of mass construction of illegal buildings are fragmentarily involved in legalization policies, this paper introduces the conceptual framework of “credibility thesis” of specific institutional forms. 
This paper debriefs the changes in the credibility of legalization policy measures in the socialist and post-socialist context by using of the credibility analysis as a tool in the evaluation of legalization policies. Empirical analysis of ICBs in Serbia indicates the suitability and acceptability of a theoretical framework based on the “credibility thesis” for  the valorization of legalization policies. It can point to the desired direction of legalization policy, procedures and policy implementation mechanisms, and open a new perspective for improving its current performance. Also, here is supposed that the consequences of ICBs arise from their juxtaposition, non-ergodicity and “lock-in” status, i.e. the changes of the relationship in property rights, planning and laws. The issues of legitimacy and legal certainty of the ICBs could be reflected on legalization policy and possible long-term staying of illegality as a parallel system of property rights (with 2.1 million illegally constructed buildings out of 4.9 million in Serbia) with a inconceivable implications for urban planning.
PB  - International Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights/PLPR, KU Leuven- Faculty of Architecture, Ghent University- Faculty of Law and Criminology, HOGENT - Department of Real Estate, Brokery and Land Surveying, and University of Alberta - Faculty of Law
C3  - Book of Abstracts - International Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights/PLPR  16th Annual Conference ‘With or Without Limits’, Ghent, Belgium
T1  - Towards a credible legalization policy in Serbia
SP  - 123
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_809
ER  - 
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author = "Zeković, Slavka",
year = "2022",
abstract = "The paper explores the legalisation policies of illegally constructed buildings (ICBs) in Serbia in both socialist and post-socialist period. The restrictive urban policy and the inability of the socialist model to provide affordable housing have influenced the emergence of ICBs as an alternative method of meeting housing needs. The exogenous adoption of legalization policies, especially in the post-socialist period, based on the neoclassical approach and "mainstream" neoliberal development, without examining the social mechanisms of the endogenous decision-making on the emergence of ICBs, as well as reducing of planning role (e.g. a deviation of planning, avoiding or abandoning of planning) makes their implementation incomplete and unsuccessful. Given that the endogenous factors of mass construction of illegal buildings are fragmentarily involved in legalization policies, this paper introduces the conceptual framework of “credibility thesis” of specific institutional forms. 
This paper debriefs the changes in the credibility of legalization policy measures in the socialist and post-socialist context by using of the credibility analysis as a tool in the evaluation of legalization policies. Empirical analysis of ICBs in Serbia indicates the suitability and acceptability of a theoretical framework based on the “credibility thesis” for  the valorization of legalization policies. It can point to the desired direction of legalization policy, procedures and policy implementation mechanisms, and open a new perspective for improving its current performance. Also, here is supposed that the consequences of ICBs arise from their juxtaposition, non-ergodicity and “lock-in” status, i.e. the changes of the relationship in property rights, planning and laws. The issues of legitimacy and legal certainty of the ICBs could be reflected on legalization policy and possible long-term staying of illegality as a parallel system of property rights (with 2.1 million illegally constructed buildings out of 4.9 million in Serbia) with a inconceivable implications for urban planning.",
publisher = "International Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights/PLPR, KU Leuven- Faculty of Architecture, Ghent University- Faculty of Law and Criminology, HOGENT - Department of Real Estate, Brokery and Land Surveying, and University of Alberta - Faculty of Law",
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title = "Towards a credible legalization policy in Serbia",
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Zeković, S.. (2022). Towards a credible legalization policy in Serbia. in Book of Abstracts - International Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights/PLPR  16th Annual Conference ‘With or Without Limits’, Ghent, Belgium
International Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights/PLPR, KU Leuven- Faculty of Architecture, Ghent University- Faculty of Law and Criminology, HOGENT - Department of Real Estate, Brokery and Land Surveying, and University of Alberta - Faculty of Law., 123.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_809
Zeković S. Towards a credible legalization policy in Serbia. in Book of Abstracts - International Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights/PLPR  16th Annual Conference ‘With or Without Limits’, Ghent, Belgium. 2022;:123.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_809 .
Zeković, Slavka, "Towards a credible legalization policy in Serbia" in Book of Abstracts - International Association on Planning, Law, and Property Rights/PLPR  16th Annual Conference ‘With or Without Limits’, Ghent, Belgium (2022):123,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_809 .

Contemporary governance of urban mega- projects: a case study of the Belgrade waterfront

Zeković, Slavka; Maričić, Tamara

(Regional AStudies Association, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
AU  - Maričić, Tamara
PY  - 2022
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/561
AB  - The study analyses the decision-making, planning and governance (DMPG) of urban mega-projects (UMPs) and elaborates on it in a case study of real estate financialization by the Belgrade Waterfront Project (BWP). In order to systematize numerous challenges in urban planning and governance that enabled the BWP, various analytical tools are applied. This approach combines the components of qualitative ex-post analysis, critical discourse analysis and stakeholder analysis. The analyses of the legislation and the DMPG related to the BWP indicate: (1) a regulationist state-led process as a ‘top-top’ approach in governance; and (2) the existence of certain controversies in the legal and planning approaches (e.g., lex specialis for expropriation, out-sourcing of planning decisions, a closed fast-track decision-making cycle, and the alienation of public construction land free of charge). It is argued that a combination of top-down political power, international business and limited citizens’ participation shapes the BWP. Finally, an improved approach for governing UMPs is suggested which is based on greater transparency, an improved regulatory and institutional framework, as well as innovation in the urban planning and governance arrangements to facilitate challenges for ongoing UMPs.
PB  - Regional AStudies Association
PB  - Routledge
T2  - Territory, Politics, Governance
T1  - Contemporary governance of urban mega-  projects: a case study of the Belgrade waterfront
VL  - 10
IS  - 4
SP  - 527
EP  - 548
DO  - 10.1080/21622671.2020.1774410
ER  - 
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author = "Zeković, Slavka and Maričić, Tamara",
year = "2022",
abstract = "The study analyses the decision-making, planning and governance (DMPG) of urban mega-projects (UMPs) and elaborates on it in a case study of real estate financialization by the Belgrade Waterfront Project (BWP). In order to systematize numerous challenges in urban planning and governance that enabled the BWP, various analytical tools are applied. This approach combines the components of qualitative ex-post analysis, critical discourse analysis and stakeholder analysis. The analyses of the legislation and the DMPG related to the BWP indicate: (1) a regulationist state-led process as a ‘top-top’ approach in governance; and (2) the existence of certain controversies in the legal and planning approaches (e.g., lex specialis for expropriation, out-sourcing of planning decisions, a closed fast-track decision-making cycle, and the alienation of public construction land free of charge). It is argued that a combination of top-down political power, international business and limited citizens’ participation shapes the BWP. Finally, an improved approach for governing UMPs is suggested which is based on greater transparency, an improved regulatory and institutional framework, as well as innovation in the urban planning and governance arrangements to facilitate challenges for ongoing UMPs.",
publisher = "Regional AStudies Association, Routledge",
journal = "Territory, Politics, Governance",
title = "Contemporary governance of urban mega-  projects: a case study of the Belgrade waterfront",
volume = "10",
number = "4",
pages = "527-548",
doi = "10.1080/21622671.2020.1774410"
}
Zeković, S.,& Maričić, T.. (2022). Contemporary governance of urban mega-  projects: a case study of the Belgrade waterfront. in Territory, Politics, Governance
Regional AStudies Association., 10(4), 527-548.
https://doi.org/10.1080/21622671.2020.1774410
Zeković S, Maričić T. Contemporary governance of urban mega-  projects: a case study of the Belgrade waterfront. in Territory, Politics, Governance. 2022;10(4):527-548.
doi:10.1080/21622671.2020.1774410 .
Zeković, Slavka, Maričić, Tamara, "Contemporary governance of urban mega-  projects: a case study of the Belgrade waterfront" in Territory, Politics, Governance, 10, no. 4 (2022):527-548,
https://doi.org/10.1080/21622671.2020.1774410 . .
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Is reindustrialization a realistic path? An empirical insight from South-Eastern Europe

Hadžić, Miroljub; Zeković, Slavka

(Belgrade : Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Hadžić, Miroljub
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/744
AB  - The global economy has been faced with two dramatic crises (the global financial crisis and the pandemic), and it is  still suffering. As an answer to the first crisis, the European Union formulated reindustrialization as a development  approach, by which it wanted to strengthen its position on the world market, with the aim of manufacturing achieving  a 1/5 share of the GDP. During the last decade, results have differed among the member countries, as well among  the candidates for membership. Some countries have continued the trend of deindustrialization, while others have  succeeded in starting reindustrialization. However, what is clear is the fact that achieving the goal defined is a challenge  for all. There are economists who argue that this goal is not only unrealistic, but even not useful. The paper presents  a comparative analysis exploring the development characteristics of several countries in South Eastern Europe (SEE):  Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Serbia, using a meta-analysis  in a synthesis of the results of this empirical research. It also shows a regression analysis and correlation analysis  using the IBM SPSPS 28 software package. The paper analyzes whether the countries considered follow the trend of  deindustrialization or reindustrialization, and it examines and tests whether a higher share of manufacturing within  the GDP results in a higher rate of growth. The results show that all the countries under consideration have already  fulfilled the aim of manufacturing having a 20% share of their GDP (except Montenegro). At the same time all of the  countries, except two (Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia), have experienced a deindustrialization trend.  The paper could be useful for policy makers in South-Eastern European Countries as well other transitory/transitional  countries as they create reindustrialization policies in line with the EU industrial policy.
PB  - Belgrade : Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia
T2  - Spatium
T1  - Is reindustrialization a realistic path? An empirical insight from South-Eastern Europe
IS  - 48
SP  - 1
EP  - 10
DO  - 10.2298/SPAT220603009H
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Hadžić, Miroljub and Zeković, Slavka",
year = "2022",
abstract = "The global economy has been faced with two dramatic crises (the global financial crisis and the pandemic), and it is  still suffering. As an answer to the first crisis, the European Union formulated reindustrialization as a development  approach, by which it wanted to strengthen its position on the world market, with the aim of manufacturing achieving  a 1/5 share of the GDP. During the last decade, results have differed among the member countries, as well among  the candidates for membership. Some countries have continued the trend of deindustrialization, while others have  succeeded in starting reindustrialization. However, what is clear is the fact that achieving the goal defined is a challenge  for all. There are economists who argue that this goal is not only unrealistic, but even not useful. The paper presents  a comparative analysis exploring the development characteristics of several countries in South Eastern Europe (SEE):  Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Serbia, using a meta-analysis  in a synthesis of the results of this empirical research. It also shows a regression analysis and correlation analysis  using the IBM SPSPS 28 software package. The paper analyzes whether the countries considered follow the trend of  deindustrialization or reindustrialization, and it examines and tests whether a higher share of manufacturing within  the GDP results in a higher rate of growth. The results show that all the countries under consideration have already  fulfilled the aim of manufacturing having a 20% share of their GDP (except Montenegro). At the same time all of the  countries, except two (Bosnia and Herzegovina and North Macedonia), have experienced a deindustrialization trend.  The paper could be useful for policy makers in South-Eastern European Countries as well other transitory/transitional  countries as they create reindustrialization policies in line with the EU industrial policy.",
publisher = "Belgrade : Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia",
journal = "Spatium",
title = "Is reindustrialization a realistic path? An empirical insight from South-Eastern Europe",
number = "48",
pages = "1-10",
doi = "10.2298/SPAT220603009H"
}
Hadžić, M.,& Zeković, S.. (2022). Is reindustrialization a realistic path? An empirical insight from South-Eastern Europe. in Spatium
Belgrade : Institute of Architecture and Urban & Spatial Planning of Serbia.(48), 1-10.
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT220603009H
Hadžić M, Zeković S. Is reindustrialization a realistic path? An empirical insight from South-Eastern Europe. in Spatium. 2022;(48):1-10.
doi:10.2298/SPAT220603009H .
Hadžić, Miroljub, Zeković, Slavka, "Is reindustrialization a realistic path? An empirical insight from South-Eastern Europe" in Spatium, no. 48 (2022):1-10,
https://doi.org/10.2298/SPAT220603009H . .

The Regional Industrial Policy and Territorial Development

Zeković, Slavka

(Zagreb : IRASA – International Research Academy of Science and Art Department for the Republic of Croatia, 2021)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/841
AB  - The paper examines the post-socialist industrial development, industrial policy (IP), regional specialization and spatial distribution in the part of South-Eastern Europe, i.e. in so-called "Western Balkans" (SEE-WB), and, especially in Serbia. The research includes an overview of the theoretical basis of industrial policy, as well as the European RIS framework, which is also prescribed for the countries joining the EU (in order to make the Smart Specialization Strategy). A comparative ex-post analysis of industrial development and spatial distribution in the SEE-WB is based on quantitative exploration. The results of a comparative analysis of industrial concentration and regional specialization in the analyzed period highlight the weak regional diversification of industrial activity. Despite the predictions that political and economic integration will lead to an increase in regional industrial specialization, the quantitative results show the opposite trend in the SEE-WB, as well as an absence of regional integration in terms of specialization and spatialization. Also, the paper explores the industrial development and strategic perspectives of the new Serbian IP and territorial development. The new IP can cause different impacts on the territorial development, planning and governance. Some recommendations for improving the IP and reducing spatial inequalities in the SEE-WB would be given.
PB  - Zagreb : IRASA – International Research Academy of Science and Art Department for the Republic of Croatia
C3  - Book of Abstracts, "Science, Education, Technology and Innovation", Zagreb, September 17, 2021
T1  - The Regional Industrial Policy and Territorial Development
SP  - 46
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_841
ER  - 
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publisher = "Zagreb : IRASA – International Research Academy of Science and Art Department for the Republic of Croatia",
journal = "Book of Abstracts, "Science, Education, Technology and Innovation", Zagreb, September 17, 2021",
title = "The Regional Industrial Policy and Territorial Development",
pages = "46",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_841"
}
Zeković, S.. (2021). The Regional Industrial Policy and Territorial Development. in Book of Abstracts, "Science, Education, Technology and Innovation", Zagreb, September 17, 2021
Zagreb : IRASA – International Research Academy of Science and Art Department for the Republic of Croatia., 46.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_841
Zeković S. The Regional Industrial Policy and Territorial Development. in Book of Abstracts, "Science, Education, Technology and Innovation", Zagreb, September 17, 2021. 2021;:46.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_841 .
Zeković, Slavka, "The Regional Industrial Policy and Territorial Development" in Book of Abstracts, "Science, Education, Technology and Innovation", Zagreb, September 17, 2021 (2021):46,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_841 .

The Regional Industrial Policy and Territorial Development

Zeković, Slavka

(Zagreb : IRASA – International Research Academy of Science and Art Department for the Republic of Croatia, 2021)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/840
AB  - The paper examines the post-socialist industrial development, industrial policy (IP), regional specialization and spatial distribution in the part of South-Eastern Europe, i.e. in so-called Western Balkans (SEE-WB), and, especially in Serbia. The research includes an overview of the theoretical basis of industrial policy, as well as the European RIS framework, which is also prescribed for the countries joining the EU (in order to make the Smart Specialization Strategy). A comparative ex-post analysis of industrial development and spatial distribution in the SEE-WB is based on quantitative exploration. The results of a comparative analysis of industrial concentration and regional specialization in the analyzed period highlight the weak regional diversification of industrial activity. Despite the predictions that political and economic integration will lead to an increase in regional industrial specialization, the quantitative results show the opposite trend in the SEE-WB, as well as an absence of regional integration in terms of specialization and spatialization. Also, the paper explores the industrial development and strategic perspectives of the new Serbian IP and territorial development. The new IP can cause different impacts on the territorial development, planning and governance. Some recommendations for improving the IP and reducing spatial inequalities in the SEE-WB are given.
PB  - Zagreb : IRASA – International Research Academy of Science and Art Department for the Republic of Croatia
C3  - Book of Proceedings, "Science, Education, Technology and Innovation", Zagreb, September 17, 2021
T1  - The Regional  Industrial Policy and Territorial Development
SP  - 379
EP  - 398
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_840
ER  - 
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Zeković, S.. (2021). The Regional  Industrial Policy and Territorial Development. in Book of Proceedings, "Science, Education, Technology and Innovation", Zagreb, September 17, 2021
Zagreb : IRASA – International Research Academy of Science and Art Department for the Republic of Croatia., 379-398.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_840
Zeković S. The Regional  Industrial Policy and Territorial Development. in Book of Proceedings, "Science, Education, Technology and Innovation", Zagreb, September 17, 2021. 2021;:379-398.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_840 .
Zeković, Slavka, "The Regional  Industrial Policy and Territorial Development" in Book of Proceedings, "Science, Education, Technology and Innovation", Zagreb, September 17, 2021 (2021):379-398,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_840 .

A propaedeutics of Serbia's new industrial policy and its impact on territorial development

Zeković, Slavka

(Belgrade : IRASA / International Research Academy of Science and Art, 2020)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/565
AB  - The paper will analyze the post-socialist industrial development of Serbia and the theoretical and empirical propaedeutics on new industrial policy (under the influence of the EU industrial policy, globalization process and the Fourth Industrial Revolution/4IR). It will indicate the key issues of Serbian industry, explore the strategic perspectives of a new industrial policy of Serbia, and its possible impacts on territorial development. An analytical framework of the globalization theory regarding a new industrial policy will be applied in the paper, as well as the European RIS framework, which was prescribed for the EU accession countries, in preparation of their "Strategy of Smart Specialization"/S3. The paper will indicate global challenges of the new industrial policy under disruptive technological changes, uncertain growth and precarious employment. The global framework for a new industrial policy causes a new spatial configuration, especially in the cities, such as a new production platforms and diffusion of new work-spaces. The work becomes less conditioned on distance and space-time continuum. It indicates a new shift of the possible implications of 4IR to the territorial planning and governance.  The real opportunities for the Serbian industry will be given in the paper,  Serbian S3 and some recommendations for their improvement and territorial governance.
PB  - Belgrade : IRASA / International Research Academy of Science and Art
C3  - Science, Education, Technology and Innovation /SETI II Book of Abstracts
T1  - A propaedeutics of Serbia's new industrial policy and its impact on territorial development
SP  - 86
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_565
ER  - 
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publisher = "Belgrade : IRASA / International Research Academy of Science and Art",
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pages = "86",
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}
Zeković, S.. (2020). A propaedeutics of Serbia's new industrial policy and its impact on territorial development. in Science, Education, Technology and Innovation /SETI II Book of Abstracts
Belgrade : IRASA / International Research Academy of Science and Art., 86.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_565
Zeković S. A propaedeutics of Serbia's new industrial policy and its impact on territorial development. in Science, Education, Technology and Innovation /SETI II Book of Abstracts. 2020;:86.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_565 .
Zeković, Slavka, "A propaedeutics of Serbia's new industrial policy and its impact on territorial development" in Science, Education, Technology and Innovation /SETI II Book of Abstracts (2020):86,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_565 .

A propaedeutics of Serbia's new industrial policy and its impact on territorial development

Zeković, Slavka

(Belgrade : IRASA / International Research Academy of Science and Art, 2020)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/564
AB  - The paper analyzes the post-socialist industrial development of Serbia and the
theoretical and empirical propaedeutics on new industrial policy (under the
influence of the EU industrial policy, globalization process and the Fourth Industrial Revolution/4IR). It is indicated the key issues of Serbian industry, explored the strategic perspectives of a new industrial policy of Serbia, and its possible impacts on territorial development.An analytical framework of the globalization theory regarding a new industrial policy has been applied in the paper, as well as the European RIS framework, which was prescribed for the EU accession countries, in preparation of their "Strategy of Smart Specialization"/S3. The paper has indicated global challenges of the new industrial policy under disruptive technological changes, uncertain growth and precarious employment. The global framework for a new industrial policy causes a new spatial configuration, especially in the regions and cities, such as a new production platforms and diffusion of new work-spaces. It indicates a new shift of the possible implications of 4IR and industrial policy to the territorial planning and governance. The real opportunities for the Serbian industrial policy are given in the paper as well as some recommendations for its improvement.
PB  - Belgrade : IRASA / International Research Academy of Science and Art
C3  - Science, Education, Technology and Innovation/SETI II 2020 Book of Proceedings
T1  - A propaedeutics of Serbia's new industrial policy and its impact on territorial development
SP  - 549
EP  - 562
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_564
ER  - 
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Zeković, S.. (2020). A propaedeutics of Serbia's new industrial policy and its impact on territorial development. in Science, Education, Technology and Innovation/SETI II 2020 Book of Proceedings
Belgrade : IRASA / International Research Academy of Science and Art., 549-562.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_564
Zeković S. A propaedeutics of Serbia's new industrial policy and its impact on territorial development. in Science, Education, Technology and Innovation/SETI II 2020 Book of Proceedings. 2020;:549-562.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_564 .
Zeković, Slavka, "A propaedeutics of Serbia's new industrial policy and its impact on territorial development" in Science, Education, Technology and Innovation/SETI II 2020 Book of Proceedings (2020):549-562,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_564 .

Перспективе нове индустријске политике у Србији и њене импликације

Зековић, Славка; Хаџић, Мирољуб

(Београд : Институт за архитектуру и урбанизам Србије, 2020)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Зековић, Славка
AU  - Хаџић, Мирољуб
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/583
AB  - У раду се анализира постојећи индустријски развој у Србији у постсоцијалистичком периоду и реалне могућности његовог опоравка под утицајем процеса глобализације и савременог оквира Четврте индустријске револуције (4ИР). Овај рад истражује српску индустрију од краја 20. века до данас,посебноимајућиувидуразличитакретањау транзиционимусловимаиу кризном периоду (нпр. јака деиндустријализација, повећање територијалних/ регионалних развојних разлика, некохерентности између продуктивности и иновативних капацитета за одрживи развој, заостајање у конкурентности индустрије). И поред неколико стратешких докумената које је усвојила Србија (Стратегија и политика развоја индустрије Србије 2010-2020; Просторни план Републике Србије; Стратегија развоја Југоисточне Европе до 2020; развојна документарегионалногразвоја), јошнисурешена главнапитањаиндустријског (и економског) развоја. Постојећа политика индустријског развоја не укључује просторне специфичности. То имплицира даљу концентрацију индустрије у метрополскомподручју Београда и Новог Сада и заостајање развоја у знатном делу Србије. Циљ рада је да истражи могуће перспективе нове индустријске политике Србије, као и њене импликације на регионални развој и просторну кохезију. Посебан осврт посвећен је елементима нове индустријске политике ЕУ (тј.„истраживања и иновативних система”/РИС) каомулти-димензионалном оквиру за припрему националне „стратегије смарт специјализације”/С3. С3 чини окосницу за ре/обликовање нове индустријске политике Србије. Будућа С3 Србије требало би да идентификује стратешке области за интервенцију, да промовише креирање неких иновативних производа и услуга у складу са растом заснованим на иновацијама, да предвиди могуће последичне просторне промене и да обезбеди поуздане алате за имплементацију, имајући у виду реалне могућности за развој „смарт“ економије у неразвијеној земљи. У раду су дате неке препоруке за побољшање концептуалног приступа за будућу националну индустријску политику.
AB  - The paper analyzes the existing industrial development in Serbia in the post socialist period and the real possibilities for its recovery under the influence of the globalization process and current/ongoing framework of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). This paper explores the Serbian industry from the end of the 20th century till now, especially bearing in mind the different movements in transition conditions and in the crisis period (e.g. strong de-industrialization, increase of territorial/regional development differences, disjuncture between productivity and innovative capacities for sustainable development, lagging of competitiveness of industry). Despite of several strategic documents adopted by Serbia (Industrial Development Strategy and Policy of Serbia until 2020; Spatial Plan of the Republic of Serbia; South East Europe 2020 Strategy; developmental documents of regional development) yet have not solved the basic issues of industrial (and economic) development. The current policy of industrial development does not include spatial specificities. This implies further concentration of industry in the metropolitan area of Belgrade and Novi Sad and lagging of development in a greater part of Serbia. The aim of the paper is to explore the possible perspectives of Serbia‘s new industrial policy, as well as its implications for regional development and territorial cohesion. A special review was devoted to the elements of the new EU industrial policy (i.e., the „Research and Innovation Systems“/RIS) as a multi-dimensional framework for the preparation of the national „Smart Specialization Strategy“/S3. S3 is the backbone for re/design of a new industrial policy in Serbia. The future Serbian S3 should identify the strategic areas for intervention, to promote creation of some innovative products and services in line with the innovation-led growth, to predict the consequent spatial changes, and provide a reliable implementation tools, bearing in mind the real opportunities for the smart economic development in an underdeveloped country. In the paper are given some recommendations for improvement of the conceptual approach in a future national industrial policy.
PB  - Београд : Институт за архитектуру и урбанизам Србије
T2  - Теоријска, развојна и примењена истраживања просторних процеса за обнову стратешког  мишљења и управљања у Србији
T1  - Перспективе нове индустријске политике у Србији и њене импликације
T1  - Perspectives of a new Serbian industrial policy and its implications
SP  - 27
EP  - 66
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_583
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Београд : Институт за архитектуру и урбанизам Србије., 27-66.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_583
Зековић С, Хаџић М. Перспективе нове индустријске политике у Србији и њене импликације. in Теоријска, развојна и примењена истраживања просторних процеса за обнову стратешког  мишљења и управљања у Србији. 2020;:27-66.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_583 .
Зековић, Славка, Хаџић, Мирољуб, "Перспективе нове индустријске политике у Србији и њене импликације" in Теоријска, развојна и примењена истраживања просторних процеса за обнову стратешког  мишљења и управљања у Србији (2020):27-66,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_583 .

Urban megaprojects as instruments of urban development and governance

Zeković, Slavka

(Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic : Faculty of Social and Economic Studies, Jan Evangelista Purkyně University, 2020)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://plpr2020.ujep.cz/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/book_of_abstracts_PLPR2020.pdf
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/812
AB  - The paper explores the land-use planning and governance of the urban megaprojects (UMPs) as instruments of post-industrial urban development towards the real estate financialization, on the example of Belgrade Waterfront Project.  Bearing in mind their substantial impacts UMPs often attract  high-end market, public and political interests. UMPs are result of decision-making by different policy-makers and stakeholders that are market-derived and supported by different public and development policies. UMPs are increasingly becoming mighty instruments of smart urban transformation, city re-imaging and one of the key constituent structures of the smart city, i.e. the conversion of sustainable integrated urban development into the smart city concept. They are a product of high technology, extreme engineering, ICT, architectural design with the smart “iconic” and energy-efficient buildings. The paper emphasizes that UMPs are the strong instruments of global economic development in the smart cities, especially in real estate sector and hi-tech urban infrastructure. Here will be analyzed a global features of UMPs as well as key challenges (regulatory, institutional, financial, governance). Various aspects of UMPs make them extremely complex: huge size, sometimes unpredictable outcomes and diverse multi-scale impacts. Their implementation is often accompanied by undesired conflicts in governance arena.  The role of the UMPs in the development of smart cities is growing. The paper indicates a new phenomena -“zero-friction” society with the aim of global development relying on UMPs in the smart cities digital multiverse. It is emphasized that urban development are influenced by different approaches related to planning and governance system for the large development projects (UMPs). Complexity of UMPs require new approaches in decision-making, planning and governance. They should be based and adapted to the integrated, inclusive and sustainable  perspectives. Some recommendations for the further research and improvement of UMPs governance in the cities, especially more innovative urban land tools, will be highlighted.
PB  - Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic : Faculty of Social and Economic Studies, Jan Evangelista Purkyně University
PB  - International Academic Association on Planning, Law and Property Rights (PLPR)
C3  - Book of abstracts -14th International Conference on Planning, Law and Property Rights "Post-industrial diamond", International Academic Association on Planning, Law and Property Rights, and Faculty of Social and Economic Studies, Jan Evangelista Purkyne University in Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic
T1  - Urban megaprojects as instruments of urban development and governance
SP  - 236
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_812
ER  - 
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author = "Zeković, Slavka",
year = "2020",
abstract = "The paper explores the land-use planning and governance of the urban megaprojects (UMPs) as instruments of post-industrial urban development towards the real estate financialization, on the example of Belgrade Waterfront Project.  Bearing in mind their substantial impacts UMPs often attract  high-end market, public and political interests. UMPs are result of decision-making by different policy-makers and stakeholders that are market-derived and supported by different public and development policies. UMPs are increasingly becoming mighty instruments of smart urban transformation, city re-imaging and one of the key constituent structures of the smart city, i.e. the conversion of sustainable integrated urban development into the smart city concept. They are a product of high technology, extreme engineering, ICT, architectural design with the smart “iconic” and energy-efficient buildings. The paper emphasizes that UMPs are the strong instruments of global economic development in the smart cities, especially in real estate sector and hi-tech urban infrastructure. Here will be analyzed a global features of UMPs as well as key challenges (regulatory, institutional, financial, governance). Various aspects of UMPs make them extremely complex: huge size, sometimes unpredictable outcomes and diverse multi-scale impacts. Their implementation is often accompanied by undesired conflicts in governance arena.  The role of the UMPs in the development of smart cities is growing. The paper indicates a new phenomena -“zero-friction” society with the aim of global development relying on UMPs in the smart cities digital multiverse. It is emphasized that urban development are influenced by different approaches related to planning and governance system for the large development projects (UMPs). Complexity of UMPs require new approaches in decision-making, planning and governance. They should be based and adapted to the integrated, inclusive and sustainable  perspectives. Some recommendations for the further research and improvement of UMPs governance in the cities, especially more innovative urban land tools, will be highlighted.",
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Zeković, S.. (2020). Urban megaprojects as instruments of urban development and governance. in Book of abstracts -14th International Conference on Planning, Law and Property Rights "Post-industrial diamond", International Academic Association on Planning, Law and Property Rights, and Faculty of Social and Economic Studies, Jan Evangelista Purkyne University in Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic
Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic : Faculty of Social and Economic Studies, Jan Evangelista Purkyně University., 236.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_812
Zeković S. Urban megaprojects as instruments of urban development and governance. in Book of abstracts -14th International Conference on Planning, Law and Property Rights "Post-industrial diamond", International Academic Association on Planning, Law and Property Rights, and Faculty of Social and Economic Studies, Jan Evangelista Purkyne University in Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic. 2020;:236.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_812 .
Zeković, Slavka, "Urban megaprojects as instruments of urban development and governance" in Book of abstracts -14th International Conference on Planning, Law and Property Rights "Post-industrial diamond", International Academic Association on Planning, Law and Property Rights, and Faculty of Social and Economic Studies, Jan Evangelista Purkyne University in Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic (2020):236,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_812 .

The credibility of illegal and informal construction: Assessing legalization policies in Serbia

Zeković, Slavka; Petovar, Ksenija; Bin Md Saman, Nor-Hisham

(Elsevier, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
AU  - Petovar, Ksenija
AU  - Bin Md Saman, Nor-Hisham
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/563
AB  - This paper explores the legalization of mass illegal and informal construction (IIC) in Serbia (with particular reference to the city of Belgrade). It analyzes the credibility of the socialist and post-socialist institutional frameworks on IIC predicated upon the “credibility thesis” – an evolutionary understanding of institutions and their path-dependent development. In the empirical analysis, the measures of state policies were interpreted, assessed, and summarized in accordance with the Credibility Scales and Intervention (CSI) checklist. During the 1960s, a restrictive urban policy and the impossibility of the socialist model to provide affordable residential space due to fast urbanization, IIC consequently became an alternative method for meeting housing needs. In the 1990s, the socialist development model was transformed into one that was post-socialist. A new wave of IIC ensued due to the privatization of land-use and tenancy rights, and its vast scale has been a key driver for accommodating flows of immigrants after the break-up of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. During this period, the Serbian State stimulated policies that are more credible to facilitate, formalize, and condone IIC. It is concluded that IIC in Serbia cannot be fully averted while legalization policies have, to date, been unsuccessful and non-credible.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - Cities
T1  - The credibility of illegal and informal construction: Assessing legalization policies in Serbia
IS  - 97
SP  - 1
EP  - 12
DO  - https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2019.102548
ER  - 
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author = "Zeković, Slavka and Petovar, Ksenija and Bin Md Saman, Nor-Hisham",
year = "2020",
abstract = "This paper explores the legalization of mass illegal and informal construction (IIC) in Serbia (with particular reference to the city of Belgrade). It analyzes the credibility of the socialist and post-socialist institutional frameworks on IIC predicated upon the “credibility thesis” – an evolutionary understanding of institutions and their path-dependent development. In the empirical analysis, the measures of state policies were interpreted, assessed, and summarized in accordance with the Credibility Scales and Intervention (CSI) checklist. During the 1960s, a restrictive urban policy and the impossibility of the socialist model to provide affordable residential space due to fast urbanization, IIC consequently became an alternative method for meeting housing needs. In the 1990s, the socialist development model was transformed into one that was post-socialist. A new wave of IIC ensued due to the privatization of land-use and tenancy rights, and its vast scale has been a key driver for accommodating flows of immigrants after the break-up of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. During this period, the Serbian State stimulated policies that are more credible to facilitate, formalize, and condone IIC. It is concluded that IIC in Serbia cannot be fully averted while legalization policies have, to date, been unsuccessful and non-credible.",
publisher = "Elsevier",
journal = "Cities",
title = "The credibility of illegal and informal construction: Assessing legalization policies in Serbia",
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pages = "1-12",
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Zeković, S., Petovar, K.,& Bin Md Saman, N.. (2020). The credibility of illegal and informal construction: Assessing legalization policies in Serbia. in Cities
Elsevier.(97), 1-12.
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2019.102548
Zeković S, Petovar K, Bin Md Saman N. The credibility of illegal and informal construction: Assessing legalization policies in Serbia. in Cities. 2020;(97):1-12.
doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2019.102548 .
Zeković, Slavka, Petovar, Ksenija, Bin Md Saman, Nor-Hisham, "The credibility of illegal and informal construction: Assessing legalization policies in Serbia" in Cities, no. 97 (2020):1-12,
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2019.102548 . .

Нови методолошки приступ интегрисаном управљању одрживим урбаним развојем у Републици Србији (на примеру Стратегије одрживог урбаног развоја Републике Србије до 2030. године)

Милић, Ђорђе; Тркуља, Синиша; Радосављевић, Зоран; Чолић, Ратка; Максин, Марија; Зековић, Славка; Ненковић-Ризнић, Марина; Манић, Божидар; Џелебџић, Омиљена; Ђукић, Александар; Јокановић, Игор; Петрић, Јасна; Никовић, Ана; Даниловић Христић, Наташа; Бајић, Тања; Чолић, Наташа; Бранков, Борјан

(Београд : Институт за архитектуру и урбанизам Србије, 2019)


                                            

                                            
Милић, Ђ., Тркуља, С., Радосављевић, З., Чолић, Р., Максин, М., Зековић, С., Ненковић-Ризнић, М., Манић, Б., Џелебџић, О., Ђукић, А., Јокановић, И., Петрић, Ј., Никовић, А., Даниловић Христић, Н., Бајић, Т., Чолић, Н.,& Бранков, Б.. (2019). Нови методолошки приступ интегрисаном управљању одрживим урбаним развојем у Републици Србији (на примеру Стратегије одрживог урбаног развоја Републике Србије до 2030. године). 
Београд : Институт за архитектуру и урбанизам Србије..
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Милић Ђ, Тркуља С, Радосављевић З, Чолић Р, Максин М, Зековић С, Ненковић-Ризнић М, Манић Б, Џелебџић О, Ђукић А, Јокановић И, Петрић Ј, Никовић А, Даниловић Христић Н, Бајић Т, Чолић Н, Бранков Б. Нови методолошки приступ интегрисаном управљању одрживим урбаним развојем у Републици Србији (на примеру Стратегије одрживог урбаног развоја Републике Србије до 2030. године). 2019;.
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Милић, Ђорђе, Тркуља, Синиша, Радосављевић, Зоран, Чолић, Ратка, Максин, Марија, Зековић, Славка, Ненковић-Ризнић, Марина, Манић, Божидар, Џелебџић, Омиљена, Ђукић, Александар, Јокановић, Игор, Петрић, Јасна, Никовић, Ана, Даниловић Христић, Наташа, Бајић, Тања, Чолић, Наташа, Бранков, Борјан, "Нови методолошки приступ интегрисаном управљању одрживим урбаним развојем у Републици Србији (на примеру Стратегије одрживог урбаног развоја Републике Србије до 2030. године)" (2019),
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_790 .

Стратегија одрживог урбаног развоја Републике Србије до 2030. године

Милић, Ђорђе; Тркуља, Синиша; Радосављевић, Зоран; Максин, Марија; Зековић, Славка; Ненковић-Ризнић, Марина; Манић, Божидар; Џелебџић, Омиљена; Ђукић, Александар; Јокановић, Игор; Петрић, Јасна; Никовић, Ана; Даниловић Христић, Наташа; Бајић, Тања; Чолић, Наташа; Бранков, Борјан; Милер, Харалд; Чолић, Ратка; Бабић, Драго; Гаули, Јохан

(Београд : Удружење урбаниста Србије, 2019)


                                            

                                            
Милић, Ђ., Тркуља, С., Радосављевић, З., Максин, М., Зековић, С., Ненковић-Ризнић, М., Манић, Б., Џелебџић, О., Ђукић, А., Јокановић, И., Петрић, Ј., Никовић, А., Даниловић Христић, Н., Бајић, Т., Чолић, Н., Бранков, Б., Милер, Х., Чолић, Р., Бабић, Д.,& Гаули, Ј.. (2019). Стратегија одрживог урбаног развоја Републике Србије до 2030. године. in Каталог изложбе: 28. Салон урбанизма 2018, Ниш, 8-13 новембар, 2019
Београд : Удружење урбаниста Србије., 12-12.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_861
Милић Ђ, Тркуља С, Радосављевић З, Максин М, Зековић С, Ненковић-Ризнић М, Манић Б, Џелебџић О, Ђукић А, Јокановић И, Петрић Ј, Никовић А, Даниловић Христић Н, Бајић Т, Чолић Н, Бранков Б, Милер Х, Чолић Р, Бабић Д, Гаули Ј. Стратегија одрживог урбаног развоја Републике Србије до 2030. године. in Каталог изложбе: 28. Салон урбанизма 2018, Ниш, 8-13 новембар, 2019. 2019;:12-12.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_861 .
Милић, Ђорђе, Тркуља, Синиша, Радосављевић, Зоран, Максин, Марија, Зековић, Славка, Ненковић-Ризнић, Марина, Манић, Божидар, Џелебџић, Омиљена, Ђукић, Александар, Јокановић, Игор, Петрић, Јасна, Никовић, Ана, Даниловић Христић, Наташа, Бајић, Тања, Чолић, Наташа, Бранков, Борјан, Милер, Харалд, Чолић, Ратка, Бабић, Драго, Гаули, Јохан, "Стратегија одрживог урбаног развоја Републике Србије до 2030. године" in Каталог изложбе: 28. Салон урбанизма 2018, Ниш, 8-13 новембар, 2019 (2019):12-12,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_861 .

The contribution to the making of the new industrial policy of Serbia

Zeković, Slavka

(Belgrade : International Research Academy of Science and Art, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/466
AB  - This paper explores the economic and industrial development in Serbia, and the possibilities for their recovery based on the framework of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). The paper has two aims: first, to provide a brief review of the economic development in Serbia; and second, to give some recommendations for the re/neo-industrialization strategy or the Strategy Smart Specialization (S3) in accordance with the new European industrial policy (based on the 4IR and "research and innovation systems" - RISs). An analytical and conceptual framework has been applied for the understanding and improvement of a new industrial policy by S3. Research is based on the preliminary use of a data-driven approach in a multi-dimensional framework related to the 4IR. The future Serbian S3 should identify the strategic areas for intervention and promote the creation of innovative products and services in several domains. Some recommendations are also given for the preparation of S3 in line with the innovation-led growth. The new Serbian economy based on S3 should support sectoral modernization, competitiveness, and effective transformation in accordance with the requirements of the 4IR and the real possibilities for their implementation.
PB  - Belgrade : International Research Academy of Science and Art
C3  - Science, Education, Technology and Innovation (Book of Proceedings)
T1  - The contribution to the making of the new industrial policy of Serbia
SP  - 399
EP  - 409
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Belgrade : International Research Academy of Science and Art., 399-409.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_466
Zeković S. The contribution to the making of the new industrial policy of Serbia. in Science, Education, Technology and Innovation (Book of Proceedings). 2019;:399-409.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_466 .
Zeković, Slavka, "The contribution to the making of the new industrial policy of Serbia" in Science, Education, Technology and Innovation (Book of Proceedings) (2019):399-409,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_466 .

Перспективе нове индустријске политике у Србији и њене импликације

Зековић, Славка; Хаџић, Мирољуб

(Београд : Институт за архитектуру и урбанизам Србије, 2019)

TY  - CHAP
AU  - Зековић, Славка
AU  - Хаџић, Мирољуб
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/718
AB  - У раду се анализира постојећи индустријски развој у Србији у постсоцијалистичком периоду и реалне могућности његовог опоравка под утицајем процеса глобализације и савременог оквира Четврте индустријске револуције (4ИР). Овај рад истражује српску индустрију од краја 20. века до данас,посебноимајућиувидуразличитакретањау транзиционимусловимаиу кризном периоду (нпр. јака деиндустријализација, повећање територијалних/ регионалних развојних разлика, некохерентности између продуктивности и иновативних капацитета за одрживи развој, заостајање у конкурентности индустрије). И поред неколико стратешких докумената које је усвојила Србија (Стратегија и политика развоја индустрије Србије 2010-2020; Просторни план Републике Србије; Стратегија развоја Југоисточне Европе до 2020; развојна документарегионалногразвоја),јошнисурешена главнапитањаиндустријског (и економског) развоја. Постојећа политика индустријског развоја не укључује просторне специфичности. То имплицира даљу концентрацију индустрије у метрополскомподручју Београда и Новог Сада и заостајање развоја у знатном делу Србије. Циљ рада је да истражи могуће перспективе нове индустријске политике Србије, као и њене импликације на регионални развој и просторну кохезију. Посебан осврт посвећен је елементима нове индустријске политике ЕУ (тј.„истраживања и иновативних система”/РИС) каомулти-димензионалном оквиру за припрему националне „стратегије смарт специјализације”/С3. С3 чини окосницу за ре/обликовање нове индустријске политике Србије. Будућа С3 Србије требало би да идентификује стратешке области за интервенцију, да промовише креирање неких иновативних производа и услуга у складу са растом заснованим на иновацијама, да предвиди могуће последичне просторне промене и да обезбеди поуздане алате за имплементацију, имајући у виду реалне могућности за развој „смарт“ економије у неразвијеној земљи. У раду су дате неке препоруке за побољшање концептуалног приступа за будућу националну индустријску политику.
AB  - The paper analyzes the existing industrial development in Serbia in the post-socialist period and the real possibilities for its recovery under the influence of the globalization process and current/ongoing framework of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). This paper explores the Serbian industry from the end of the 20th century till now, especially bearing in mind the different movements in transition conditions and in the crisis period (e.g. strong de-industrialization, increase of territorial/regional development differences, disjuncture between productivity and innovative capacities for sustainable development, lagging of competitiveness of industry). Despite of several strategic documents adopted by Serbia (Industrial Development Strategy and Policy of Serbia until 2020; Spatial Plan of the Republic of Serbia; South East Europe 2020 Strategy; developmental documents of regional development) yet have not solved the basic issues of industrial (and economic) development. The current policy of industrial development does not include spatial specificities. This implies further concentration of industry in the metropolitan area of Belgrade and Novi Sad and lagging of development in a greater part of Serbia. The aim of the paper is to explore the possible perspectives of Serbia‘s new industrial policy, as well as its implications for regional development and territorial cohesion. A special review was devoted to the elements of the new EU industrial policy (i.e., the „Research and Innovation Systems“/RIS) as a multi-dimensional framework for the preparation of the national „Smart Specialization Strategy“/S3. S3 is the backbone for re/design of a new industrial policy in Serbia. The future Serbian S3 should identify the strategic areas for intervention, to promote creation of some innovative products and services in line with the innovation-led growth, to predict the consequent spatial changes, and provide a reliable implementation tools, bearing in mind the real opportunities for the smart economic development in an underdeveloped country. In the paper are given some recommendations for improvement of the conceptual approach in a future national industrial policy.
PB  - Београд : Институт за архитектуру и урбанизам Србије
T2  - Теоријска, развојна и примењена истраживања просторних процеса за обнову стратешког мишљења и управљања у Србији
T1  - Перспективе нове индустријске политике у Србији и њене импликације
T1  - Perspectives of a new Serbian industrial policy and its implications
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journal = "Теоријска, развојна и примењена истраживања просторних процеса за обнову стратешког мишљења и управљања у Србији",
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Зековић, С.,& Хаџић, М.. (2019). Перспективе нове индустријске политике у Србији и њене импликације. in Теоријска, развојна и примењена истраживања просторних процеса за обнову стратешког мишљења и управљања у Србији
Београд : Институт за архитектуру и урбанизам Србије.(Посебна издања, бр.88), 27-66.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_718
Зековић С, Хаџић М. Перспективе нове индустријске политике у Србији и њене импликације. in Теоријска, развојна и примењена истраживања просторних процеса за обнову стратешког мишљења и управљања у Србији. 2019;(Посебна издања, бр.88):27-66.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_718 .
Зековић, Славка, Хаџић, Мирољуб, "Перспективе нове индустријске политике у Србији и њене импликације" in Теоријска, развојна и примењена истраживања просторних процеса за обнову стратешког мишљења и управљања у Србији, no. Посебна издања, бр.88 (2019):27-66,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_718 .

The New Industrial Policy of Serbia and Possible Consequences on Urban Development

Zeković, Slavka

(Belgrade : Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/508
AB  - The aim of the paper is to explore the perspectives of the new industrial policy of Serbia (in line with the Fourth Industrial revolution/4IR) and its un/predictable impacts on cities. It will discuss the
main requirements of the 4IR (the expected shifts, challenges and effects) and the European concept of the “Research and Innovation Systems”/RIS as the multi-dimensional framework for the national “Strategy of Smart Specialization”/S3. These concepts have an important role for urban development, urban policy and urban economy. The paper indicates that the relationship between the movement and allocation of capital and territoriality of political power is a global challenge, which creates spatial configurations, such as smart cities superstructures, urban mega-projects and infrastructures. It opens the question of how to adapt to the new economic order in line to 4IR, especially due to complexity of globalization risks, shifting boundaries of urban governability, creation of new urban structures, possible conflicts and uncertain self-governance of the cities. A conflict between two different views is often refracted in cities: the logic of capital and territorial (political) decision-making. The interdependence of the globalization and the urbanization can contribute to redefinition of the economic and industrial policies and their impact on reshaping of (smart) urban structures, i.e. governance before urban super-structures. An analytical and conceptual framework of the theory of globalization will be applied in the research of a new Serbian S3 and its impact assessment on urban development. The future Serbian S3 should identify the strategic fields, some innovative products and services, consequent urban changes, and provide a reliable assessment of implementation, bearing in mind the real opportunities for the smart economy (jobless, sustainable, innovative, de-growth, sacrificing growth and deceptive growth) in an underdeveloped country. The paper offers some recommendations for perspectival intelligence-smart thinking about the future, real, and critical planning and governance.
PB  - Belgrade : Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia
PB  - Belgrade : University of Belgrade - Faculty of Geography
C3  - Book of Proceedings: e-Future of Cities – between temptations of exponential technology growth and the concept of human city
T1  - The New Industrial Policy of Serbia and Possible Consequences on Urban Development
SP  - 301
EP  - 301
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_508
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main requirements of the 4IR (the expected shifts, challenges and effects) and the European concept of the “Research and Innovation Systems”/RIS as the multi-dimensional framework for the national “Strategy of Smart Specialization”/S3. These concepts have an important role for urban development, urban policy and urban economy. The paper indicates that the relationship between the movement and allocation of capital and territoriality of political power is a global challenge, which creates spatial configurations, such as smart cities superstructures, urban mega-projects and infrastructures. It opens the question of how to adapt to the new economic order in line to 4IR, especially due to complexity of globalization risks, shifting boundaries of urban governability, creation of new urban structures, possible conflicts and uncertain self-governance of the cities. A conflict between two different views is often refracted in cities: the logic of capital and territorial (political) decision-making. The interdependence of the globalization and the urbanization can contribute to redefinition of the economic and industrial policies and their impact on reshaping of (smart) urban structures, i.e. governance before urban super-structures. An analytical and conceptual framework of the theory of globalization will be applied in the research of a new Serbian S3 and its impact assessment on urban development. The future Serbian S3 should identify the strategic fields, some innovative products and services, consequent urban changes, and provide a reliable assessment of implementation, bearing in mind the real opportunities for the smart economy (jobless, sustainable, innovative, de-growth, sacrificing growth and deceptive growth) in an underdeveloped country. The paper offers some recommendations for perspectival intelligence-smart thinking about the future, real, and critical planning and governance.",
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Zeković, S.. (2019). The New Industrial Policy of Serbia and Possible Consequences on Urban Development. in Book of Proceedings: e-Future of Cities – between temptations of exponential technology growth and the concept of human city
Belgrade : Academy of Engineering Sciences of Serbia., 301-301.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_508
Zeković S. The New Industrial Policy of Serbia and Possible Consequences on Urban Development. in Book of Proceedings: e-Future of Cities – between temptations of exponential technology growth and the concept of human city. 2019;:301-301.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_508 .
Zeković, Slavka, "The New Industrial Policy of Serbia and Possible Consequences on Urban Development" in Book of Proceedings: e-Future of Cities – between temptations of exponential technology growth and the concept of human city (2019):301-301,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_508 .

Rethinking deindustrialization, and the reindustrialization policy in Serbia

Hadžić, Miroljub; Zeković, Slavka

(Institute of architecture and urban& spatial planning of Serbia, 2019)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Hadžić, Miroljub
AU  - Zeković, Slavka
PY  - 2019
UR  - https://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/507
AB  - The paper explores deindustrialization as the main development problem in Serbia and examines the possibilities for a new industrial policy and its implementation. The aim of the paper is to re-examine the process of deindustrialization in Serbia (its causes and consequences), and to give useful suggestions related to Serbia's existing strategy of longterm industrial development until 2020 and to new industrial policies. Addressing the deindustrialization process is an issue of developmental and economic policy. A reindustrialization strategy or a new industrial policy could be one answer, and this has to be addressed if the share of industry in the GDP is to increase. Both qualitative and datagiven approaches have been applied to the analysis of deindustrialization and to the question of how to improve the conceptual framework for reindustrialization in Serbia. Also, some recommendations to the on going national reindustrialization strategy, or the “smart specialization strategies” are made.
PB  - Institute of architecture and urban& spatial planning of Serbia
T2  - Spatium
T1  - Rethinking deindustrialization, and the reindustrialization policy in Serbia
IS  - 41
SP  - 14
EP  - 22
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Hadžić, M.,& Zeković, S.. (2019). Rethinking deindustrialization, and the reindustrialization policy in Serbia. in Spatium
Institute of architecture and urban& spatial planning of Serbia.(41), 14-22.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_507
Hadžić M, Zeković S. Rethinking deindustrialization, and the reindustrialization policy in Serbia. in Spatium. 2019;(41):14-22.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_507 .
Hadžić, Miroljub, Zeković, Slavka, "Rethinking deindustrialization, and the reindustrialization policy in Serbia" in Spatium, no. 41 (2019):14-22,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_raumplan_507 .