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MONET represents an international publication that is, in cooperation with European Agency for Reconstruction (EAR), issued by Institute for Strategic Studies and Projections, started from 2000. MONET is quarterly monitor of Montenegrin economy which offers different types of economic research and analysis. MONET will introduce you with new statistical data in different parts Montenegrin economy and offer to you regional comparisons. MONET, by that, offers real insight on Montenegrin economy and the region, as well. MONET offers continual analysis of:

  • Real sector
  • Employment
  • Wages
  • Prices
  • Budget
  • Money
  • Capital market
  • Telecommunication market
  • External sector
  • Regional comparison

MONET is new real step into actual Montenegrin economy trends!

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MONET 34: Security edition

MONET 33 (June 2013)

MONET: Nato terminology glossary (June 2012)

MONET 28 (June 2010)

MONET 27 (January 2010)

MONET 25 (December 2006)

MONET 24 (September 2006)

MONET 23 (June 2006)

MONET 22 (March 2006)

MONET 21 (December 2005)

MONET 20 (July 2005)

MONET 19 (April 2005)

MONET 18 (November 2004)

MONET 17 (July 2004)

MONET 16 (February 2004)

MONET 14 (September 2003)

MONET 13 (April 2003)

MONET 12 (December 2002)


The general socio-economic status of the Montenegrin population has severely declined over the last decade of political and economic instability, and economic transition. In addition, regional conflicts caused huge in migration of Roma, Ashkaelia and Egyptians (RAE), Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs), depriving these most vulnerable groups of basic living standards. These groups joined an already historically marginalized resident RAE population.

In order to design policies whose focus is the eradication of poverty in all its dimensions, the Montenegrin Government, with the support of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Bank (WB) and the Department for International Development (DFID), is to complete a Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) by the end of 2003. To date however, Roma Ashkaelia & Egyptians (RAE), Refugees and IDPs, many of whose members are among the most vulnerable groups in society, have not been included in the poverty assessments produced with the The World Bank and Institute for Strategic Studies and Prognoses and therefore have not been adequately included in the existing version of the PRSP document. The reasons for the non-inclusion relate to the complexity of establishing an accurate population sample for these groups and for acquiring in an appropriate manner data on the RAE population.

The UNDP Report Household Survey of Roma, Ashkaelia and Egyptians, Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons and the survey it draws upon, conducted by the Institute for Strategic Studies and Prognoses (ISSP), were intended to complement the existing sources of household data for the regular Montenegrin population. Here you can download the Report as well as the questionnaire used for data collection.