General Human Development Report - 2002

03 Oct 2013

The report gives a comprehensive overview of the socio-economic situation in the country six years after the Dayton agreements. Beginning with a review of economic progress achieved in that time period, the report then looks at some critical areas of human development including unemployment, education, health care, gender equality and crime. The Report in itself is a significant achievement since it introduces an estimate of the Human Development Index (HDI) in Bosnia Herzegovina, this in spite of subtantial limitations on population data.

Year: 2002

Type: National Reports
Region: Eastern Europe & Central Asia
Country: Bosnia and Herzegovina

Principle Contributors

HRELJA Kemal - Supervisor and Coordinator (Economics Institute of Sarajevo)
KAUSEVIC Sikret - Team Leader (Economics Institute of Sarajevo)

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