Sasha Toperich, Heidi Obermeyer, and Tea Ivanovic

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Reforms in Bosnia and Herzegovina are essential if the country is to eventually join the European Union and NATO. The Vision 2020 for Bosnia and Herzegovina project supports ongoing social and economic reforms needed in the country to create a better legal framework in accordance with the European Union, but also to improve the business environment and attract foreign investment. The set of already-launched reforms is comprehensive: it includes health reform, public administration reform, restructuring and privatization of state-owned enterprises, private sector growth, strengthening of the judicial system and the fight against corruption, among others. This volume addresses achievements made to date, addresses the work still to be done, and provides creative ideas on how to engage in the broader political and institutional reform necessary in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Reform Agenda: Conception and Early Progress (Gary O’Callaghan and Adnan Muminović)

Chapter 2: The Reform Agenda and Effects of its Early Implementation Phase (Goran Miraščić)
Chapter 3: Financial Reforms in the FBiH as an Incentive for Economic Development (Jelka Milićević)
Chapter 4: CBA of the Establishment of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Development in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Sanela Klarić, Muhidin Zametica, Emir Klarić, Selma Osmangić Agović)
Chapter 5: Reforms in the Banking Sector (Edin Karabeg)
Chapter 6: Overcoming Obstacles to Land Registration Reform Through PDIA (Sean Parramore)
Chapter 7: How to Reform the “Reformers”? (Srdjan Blagovčanin)
Chapter 8: The Reform Agenda and Beyond: Transitional and Structural Reforms for the New Generation (Adis Arapović and Adisa Omerbegović)
Chapter 9: Challenges and Expectations for Reform Activities in Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Perspective of Republika Srpska (Darko Milunović and Boris Tučić)
Chapter 10: Reform Process in Bosnia and Herzegovina: For Youth and With(out) Youth? (Ajka Baručić)
Chapter 11: Energy Efficiency Investment Benefits and How to Achieve Them: The Energy Efficiency Obligation (Jane Wilson and Mak Kamenica)
Chapter 12: A Cashless Society is a Fairer Society: Reducing the Shadow Economy Through Financial Inclusion and the Promotion of Electronic Payments (Artur Turemka)
Chapter 13: Bringing Bosnia and Herzegovina on the Global Tourism Market: Reforms for a Better Future (Dejan Radmilović)
Chapter 14: The IT Sector and How to Improve the Legal Framework in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Armin Talić and Marko Šiniković)

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