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Title:ANALIZA IZBRANEGA VZORCA DROBNOPRODAJNIH CEN V SLOVENIJI IN NA SLOVAŠKEM
Authors:Gumbas, Jelena (Author)
Bekő, Jani (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Final seminar paper (mb14)
Organization:EPF - Faculty of Business and Economics
Abstract:Primerjava Slovenije in Slovaške s pomočjo makroekonomskih kazalcev je v prvem sklopu diplomskega dela pokazala, da je Slovenija gospodarsko bolj razvita država od Slovaške, saj je v Sloveniji BDP na prebivalca leta 2010 predstavljal 86 % povprečja evropske sedemindvajseterice, na Slovaškem pa 74 % evropskega povprečja. Tudi raven cen je bila leta 2010 na Slovaškem za 28,8 % nižja od povprečja EU-27, v Sloveniji pa za 16 %. Obe državi še vedno zaostajata za povprečjem EU-27. V drugem sklopu diplomskega dela pa smo analizirali in predstavili rezultate primerjave ravni cen različnih izdelkov. Prišli smo do zaključka, da so bile marca 2011 cene sredstev za izobraževanje in sredstev za razvedrilo v povprečju za 15 % višje v Sloveniji kot cene enakega blagovnega vzorca na Slovaškem. Podatki iz diplomskega dela kažejo na večjo gospodarsko razvitost Slovenije glede na Slovaško gospodarstvo. V drugem sklopu diplomskega dela pa smo analizirali in predstavili rezultate primerjave ravni cen različnih izdelkov. Prišli smo do zaključka, da so bile marca 2011 cene sredstev za izobraževanje in sredstev za razvedrilo v povprečju za 15 % višje v Sloveniji kot cene enakega blagovnega vzorca na Slovaškem. Podatki iz diplomskega dela kažejo na večjo gospodarsko razvitost Slovenije glede na Slovaško gospodarstvo.
Keywords:gospodarska razvitost, inflacija, censka pariteta, raven cen.
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[J. Gumbas]
Source:Maribor
UDC:338.5
COBISS_ID:10876188 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:0NAF2JKM
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Language:English
Title:ANALYSIS OF THE SELECTED SAMPLE OF RETAIL PRICES IN SLOVENIA AND SLOVAKIA
Abstract:Comparison of Slovenia and Slovakia with the macroeconomic indicators in the first part of this diploma shows that Slovenia is economically more developed country than Slovakia, because in Slovenia the GDP per capita in 2010 amounted to 86 % of the EU-27, on the other hand, in Slovakia the GDP per capita contains 74 % of European average. Also, the price level in Slovakia in 2010 was 28.8 % lower than the EU-27 average, while the price level in Slovenia has reached to 16 %. Both countries are still behind the average of EU-27. In the second part of this diploma, we have analyzed and presented the results of the price levels of different products. We came to the conclusion that on the March 2011 price of education and entertainment resources were in Slovenia 15 % higher than those of the same sample in Slovakia. Data from diploma indicate that Slovenia is more economic developed than Slovakia. In the second part of this diploma, we have analyzed and presented the results of the price levels of different products. We came to the conclusion that on the March 2011 price of education and entertainment resources were in Slovenia 15 % higher than those of the same sample in Slovakia. Data from diploma indicate that Slovenia is more economic developed than Slovakia. In the second part of this diploma, I have analyzed and presented the results of the price levels of different products, which confirmed the previous theoretical thesis. Data from diploma shows more economic intensity of Slovenia, but both countries are slowly developing and approaching to the average EU-27.
Keywords:economic development, inflation, price parity, price level.


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