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Title:PRIMERJAVA DROBNOPRODAJNIH CEN RIB IN MESA NA PRIMERU AVSTRIJE, ČEŠKE, HRVAŠKE, ITALIJE IN SLOVENIJE
Authors:Dvoršak, Tatjana (Author)
Bekő, Jani (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Avstrija in Italija spadata med stare članice Evropske unije, evro sta prevzeli leta 2002. Slovenija in Češka sta se leta 2004 priključili EU, Hrvaška pa je še v pristopnih pogajanjih. Slovenija je evro prevzela v letu 2007, Češka pa je prevzem evra, ki je bil načrtovan za leto 2010, preložila zaradi gospodarske krize. Vse opazovane države smo primerjali skozi številne ekonomske kazalnike. Glede na BDP na prebivalca po pariteti kupne moči v letu 2009 sta Avstrija (24 %) in Italija (4 %) nad povprečjem EU-27, Slovenija (12 %), Češka (18 %) in Hrvaška (36 %) so pod povprečjem razvitosti EU-27. Analizirali smo cene vzorca z 32 živili, ki so razdeljena v štiri skupine. Na podlagi 672 cen rib in mesa v letu 2009 smo prišli do naslednjih zaključkov: • Analizirani vzorec je v Sloveniji za 19,87 % cenejši kot v Avstriji in za 19,78 % cenejši kot v Italiji. Cene analiziranega vzorca so v Sloveniji višje za 0,24 % kot na Hrvaškem in za 23,05 % višje kot na Češkem. • Absolutno najdražja skupina izdelkov v Sloveniji so predelane in konzervirane ribe. • Absolutno najdražji izdelek v Sloveniji so bile sardine v naravnem olju, najcenejše pa so bile hrenovke.
Keywords:BDP, stopnja inflacije, izvoz, uvoz, raven cen, censka pariteta
Year of publishing:2011
Source:Maribor
UDC:338.5
COBISS_ID:10928924 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:7LQWWFME
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Language:English
Title:COMPARISON OF RETAIL PRICES FOR FISH AND MEAT IN CASE OF AUSTRIA, CZECH REPUBLIC, CROATIA, ITALY AND SLOVENIA
Abstract:Austria and Italy are the old EU member states and they adopted the euro in 2002. Slovenia and the Czech Republic joined the EU in 2004, while Croatia is still in the accession negotiations. Slovenia adopted the euro in 2007. The Czech Republic postponed the adoption of the euro, which was scheduled for 2010, due to the economic crisis. All five countries were compared using a number of economic indicators. In terms of GDP per capita in purchasing power parity in 2009, Austria and Italy were above the average of the EU-27 by 24 % and 4 % respectively, whereas Slovenia (12%), the Czech Republic (18 %) and Croatia (36 %) were below the EU-27 average. For the purpose of this thesis, we analyzed the prices of 32 food items, which were categorized into four groups. Based on 672 prices of fish and meat items in 2009, we came to the following conclusions. • The analyzed sample of prices was cheaper in Slovenia than in Austria and Italy by 19.87% and 19.78 % respectively. However, the same sample was more expensive in Slovenia than in Croatia (by 0.24 %) and in the Czech Republic (by 23.05 %). • The most expensive product group in Slovenia was the processed and canned fish, • The most expensive product in Slovenia was sardines in natural oil and the most cheapest product in Slovenia were sausages.
Keywords:GDP, inflation, exports, imports, price levels, price parity.


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