Socialist Federal Republic of YugoslaviaMain article: Economy of SFR Yugoslavia
Yugoslavia pursued a socialist economy based on autogestion or worker-self management. Rather than implementing a centrally planned economy, Yugoslavia developed a market socialist system where enterprises and firms were socially owned rather than publicly owned by the state. In these organizations, the management was elected directly by the workers in each firm, and were later organized according to Edvard Kardelj's theory of associated labor.
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... President of Yugoslavia Former political post Standard of the President Stjepan Mesić Successor Franjo Tuđman Dobrica Ćosić Alija Izetbegović Kiro Gligorov Milan Kučan First officeholder Ivan Ribar Last. 1943 a AVNOJ conference proclaimed the Democratic Federal Yugoslavia, while negotiations with the royal government in exile continued. 1945 declared King Petar II deposed and proclaimed the Federal People's Republic of Yugoslavia ...
... The present-day states which succeeded Yugoslavia are still today sometimes collectively referred to as the former Yugoslavia ... since 1991) Macedonia (since 1991) Bosnia and Herzegovina (since 1992) Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro) (1992 to 2006) Montenegro (since 2006 ... is the only country of the former Yugoslavia in the EU as of 2004, while Croatia is joining in 2013 ...
... Main article Economy of SFR Yugoslavia Yugoslavia pursued a socialist economy based on autogestion or worker-self management ... Rather than implementing a centrally planned economy, Yugoslavia developed a market socialist system where enterprises and firms were socially owned ...
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