Power Distance Bosnia and Herzegovina is an unequal country which means their power distance is relatively high. Power distance typically corresponds with how developed the country is. Although there is no index to determine the power distance difference in Bosnia and Herzegovina, there is one for Yugoslavia who the country once belonged to. Ex-countries, Serbia, […]Read more "Bosnia’s Cultural Dimensions"
(source) Currently in Bosnia there are is an insufficient waste disposal system that has led to illegal dumping of waste at roadside, in rivers, and abandoned mines which is posing threats to the public health and the environment. In the pre-war period Bosnia’s natural resources (water, air, and soil), the centre of heavy industry and […]Read more "Environment, Sustainability, and Ecology"
(source) According to World Bank unemployment was around 27 percent while youth employment has reached 60 percent in 2014. About one in four Bosnians live in poverty and their projected GDP growth will only grow by 0.7 percent. (source) As of 2014 the National Public Debt of Bosnia and Herzegovina was 8,129 million dollars and has increased […]Read more "Bosnian Economy"
(source of picture) The Basics: Bosnia and Herzegovina is located on the Balkin Peninsula in southeast Europe (source). The current population is 3.829 million with a life expectancy of 76 years (source). The dominant language of Bosnia is Serbo-Croatian which comes from the Salvic Branch of Indo-European language family. The Croatians and Muslims utilize the Roman […]Read more "Post #1: Who is Bosnia and Herzegovina?"