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Institutional Reforms and Small Farms in Republika Srpska


  • Vittuari, Matteo
  • Segre, Andrea


The research aims to explore and analyze the main elements of agricultural policy in Bosnia and Herzegovina with a particular focus on one of the two entities: Republika Srpska. A particular attention has been given to the institutional capacity to identify adequate instruments and mechanisms. The paper is based on the use of different methodological tools including the agrarian system analysis; the examination of official documents and reports; a field survey; a number of interviews with policy makers and key informants.

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  • Vittuari, Matteo & Segre, Andrea, 2009. "Institutional Reforms and Small Farms in Republika Srpska," 111th Seminar, June 26-27, 2009, Canterbury, UK 52865, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:eaa111:52865

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    Agricultural policies; Small farms; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Agricultural and Food Policy;

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