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Пољопривреда Србије: Сто Година Модернизацијских Напора
[Agriculture of Serbia: One Hundred Years of Modernization Efforts]

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  • Bukvić, Rajko

Serbian Abstract. У раду се анализирају положај и значај пољопривреде у оквирима привреде Србије и Југославије током 20. и почетком 21. века. Разматрани су процеси развоја и модернизације пољопривреде у периоду од стварања заједничке државе јужнословенских народа после Великог рата до данашњих дана. Најпре се дају одређење и место овог сектора у оквиру целе привреде, а затим историјски преглед његовог развоја у Краљевини Срба, Хрвата и Словенаца, односно Краљевини Југославији, и у периоду социјалистичке југословенске државе. У наредном делу рада приказани су развој пољопривреде у периоду транзиције и њено актуелно стање, првенствено засновано на резултатима Пописа пољопривреде из 2012. године. English Abstract. The paper analyzes the position and importance of agriculture within the economy of Serbia and Yugoslavia during the 20th and 21st centuries. It ponders the processes of development and modernization of agriculture in the period since the creation of the common state of the South Slav peoples after the Great War until today. Firstly, a definition of this sector is exposed, thus giving it a specific position within the whole economy. Secondly, a historic overview is presented of its development in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenians, as well as in the socialist period of the Yugoslav state. Finally, it shows the development of agriculture in the transition period and its actual state, according to the results of the Agricultural Census from 2012.

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Date of creation: 2016
Date of revision: 2016
Publication status: Published in Глас Српске академије наука и уметности, Одељење друштвених наука (Glas of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Social Sciences Department) 32 (2016): pp. 99-166
Handle: RePEc:pra:mprapa:79659
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