Insights into Regional Development finance institutions-regulatory and institutional framework

Ostojić, Ivana and Stojković-Zlatanović, Sanja (2022) Insights into Regional Development finance institutions-regulatory and institutional framework. Regional Law Review. pp. 281-291. ISSN 2812-698X

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Development Finance Institutions are legally independent, state-supported institutions that foster sustainable development through private sector investments in developing and underdeveloped countries. Their role is not only financial and investment, but this type of institution is also focused on achieving sustainable development goals such as job creation, poverty reduction, financing of micro, small and medium enterprises and entrepreneurs, as well as on supporting projects of environmental protection, energy efficiency, renewable energy sources. Giving a brief sketch of the conceptual ground and practical significance of DFIs, the paper provides insights into the regulatory and institutional framework of countries of the region in this field, by using normative and comparative methods. Accordingly, recommendations in terms of tackling the global challenges i.e. sustainable economic growth, social inequalities, and environmental protection ought to be identified based on the analysis of the Slovenian, Croatian and Serbian legislation in the developing finance sector and on the ground of critical consideration of national normative and institutional solutions.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: development finance institutions, sustainable development, regional countries, institutional framework.
Institutional centre: Centre for legal research
Centre for economic research
Depositing User: D. Arsenijević
Date Deposited: 21 Feb 2023 09:00
Last Modified: 21 Feb 2023 09:00

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