Demographic Trends and the Educational System of the Republic of Srpska
Đurić Aleksandar and
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Đurić Aleksandar: University of East Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Marković Duško: Employment Bureau of the Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Economics, 2020, vol. 8, issue 1, 93-113
The subject of this research are the demographic trends and the educational system of the Republic of Srpska. The aim of the research is to define the concepts required to comprehend the demographic trends and to explore their implications for the educational system of the Republic of Srpska. In order to establish sustainable development in the Republic of Srpska, education being a key component therein, it is necessary to perceive its demographic resources in order to create an educational system. By means of empirical research with a presentation of results through factor and cluster analysis, generated quantitative and qualitative indices of demographic resources, particularly in the educational system. The Republic of Srpska as a whole belongs to type D, featuring poor demographic resources and characteristics, as well as prominent demographic disparities regarding spatial development. However, in order to increase the coverage, relevance and efficiency of completion of the education process, it is necessary to determine the strategic commitments to be accomplished together with certain quantitative demographic indicators of the achievement level (educational coverage of different generations). Demographic changes will pose a major challenge for policy makers and to the society in general across the upcoming decades and will require shaping new economic, tax, health, pension, educational, social, family and other policies that affect demographic changes. The research endeavour in this paper focuses on that very aspect, together with the respective applicative capabilities.
Keywords: demographic resources; educational system; school network (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I2 J1 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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