Oditor, Vol. III, No. 03/2017
LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK OF ANTIMONOPOLIC POLICY IN PUBLIC PROCUREMENTS
Aleksandar Miletić, Neda Ivanov
Date received: 12.09.2017
Date accepted: 30.09.2017
JEL: D43, D44
Undoubtedly, antitrust policy is one of the key segments of the transition to a market economy. Uncompetitive market structures, especially monopolies, typically the legacy of communism, in conditions of a market economy, with minimal state intervention, and private property generate very unfavorable effects on social well-being. Therefore, radical changes in this plan, primarily the formulation of an appropriate anti-trust policy and the establishment of effective anti-monopoly institutions, are a prerequisite for establishing an efficient market mechanism, that is, for increasing economic efficiency, especially in public procurement procedures.
Key words: legislation, antitrust policy, public procurement.
 Aleksandar Miletić M.A., University of Defense, Military Academy, Pavla Jurišića Šturma Street no. 33, Belgrade, Serbia.
 Neda Ivanov, master’s student, University of Defense, Military Academy, Pavla Jurišića Šturma street no. 33, 11000 Belgrade, Serbia, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org