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Agri-food Sector in Serbia: State and Challenges

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  • Škorić, Dragan
  • Tomić, Danilo
  • Popović, Vesna

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Table of Contents: Introduction; AGRICULTURE OF THE WESTERN BALKAN COUNTRIES IN GLOBALISATION AND LIBERALISATION PROCESSES, Danilo Tomić and Zoran Njegovan;CHANGES IN THE STRUCTURE OF FARMS AND PRODUCERS ASSOCIATIONS IN THE REPUBLIC OF SERBIA, Miladin M. Ševarlić;DEVELOPMENT CHARACTERISTICS OF AGRICULTURAL SECTOR IN SERBIA, Milivoj Gajić and Stanislav Zekić; DIFFUSION OF KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATIONS IN SERBIAN AGRICULTURE,Jovana Čikić and Živojin Petrović; LONG-TERM STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THE AGRARIAN MARKET IN SERBIA (1990-2010): CYCLICALITY OF PRODUCTION, OLIGOPOLISTIC OF DEMAND, EXTENSIVE GROWTH OF EXPORT, Milan Milanović; FOREIGN TRADE EXCHANGE OF AGRO-INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS OF SERBIA, Branislav Vlahović and Anton Puškarić; SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF LAND, WATER AND BIODIVERSITY IN AGRICULTURE UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE, Vesna Popović and Zorica Vasiljević; TERRITORIAL CAPITAL OF RURAL AREAS: AN EXAMPLE OF ANALYSIS OF THE POTENTIAL FOR RURAL TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN SERBIA,Natalija Bogdanov and Dejan Janković; POLICY OF SUPPORT TO AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT, Koviljko Lovre; Index of Terms

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  • Škorić, Dragan & Tomić, Danilo & Popović, Vesna (ed.), 2013. "Agri-food Sector in Serbia: State and Challenges," Agri-Food Sector in Serbia: State and Challenges, Serbian Association of Agricultural Economists, number 156338, December.
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