Zmiany systemowe realizowane w Jugosławii po roku 1974
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At the beginning of the seventies there was initiated in Yugoslavia a program aimed at preparation of changes of the economy's functioning system. These changes in their basic assumptions constituted a continuation of the policy course launched in 1950, while as regards their detailed solutions they were aimed at cushioning or elimination of irregularities which appeared in the Yugoslav economy after 1965. Basic assumptions of the system changes implemented in the seventies are contained in the new Constitution of Yugoslavia which was approved by the Parlament in 1974. In the article there are analyzed those system changes which directly determine character of the national economy's functioning. The essence of these changes consists in introduction of the so-called basic organizations of associated labour as a form of consolidation of self-government relationships (institutional condition of implementation of the direct workers'self-government), provision of a legal basis for the so-called social and self-government agreements as an instrument of central management of the economy (solution aimed at consolidation of obligatory nature of indirect instruments of the economy management), recognition of integration of companies as an essential prerequisite of effective implementation of the above mentioned institutional solutions (the more advanced the integration processes the wider the subject scope of self-government decisions and the smaller the scale of difficulties in conclusion of agreements between economic subjects at various levels of the organizational macrostructure — social agreements — agreements between companies — self-government agreements).