Members of the new economic elite are, in most cases, semi-educated; half of those who left the country had permanent jobs, and a quarter of the citizens would leave Serbia if they had the opportunity The Sociological Research Institute of the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade studied the day-to-day life in Serbia in 1991-1995, focusing […]
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