This text was originally published in RAD, a quarterly magazine based in Zagreb. “The knife has come to the bone”, is a simple yet terrifying sublimate of the everyday existence of laid-off workers in Macedonia. It often appears as a slogan at protests organized in the country by the victims of the transition processes from […]
Author: Marija Bashevska
Marija Bashevska is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Economics, University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” – Skopje. She holds an MSc Degree in European economics and International Finance from the Faculty of Economics, University Tor Vergata – Rome, Italy. Currently she is a researher at “Reactor – Research in action”. She is also a part of the Leftist movement Solidarnost.
This article is published in collaboration with the Serbo-Croatian online web portal Bilten.Org Macedonia has leading positions in many regional, European, even world rankings. For example, in the last Global Competitiveness Report 2014 – 2015 published by World Economic Forum, Macedonia is ranked first among 144 countries in the category ‘lowest total tax rate for […]