THE POLICY OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN SERBIA DURING THE ACCESSION TO THE EUROPEAN UNION

The concept of the rural development in the European Union, a "second pillar" of the Common Agricultural Policy, represents a reaction to the modernization paradigm which was dominant in the development of agriculture during the past several decades of the XX century. The current state in EU society and economy impose neccessary redefinition of rural areas against urban areas position as well as agricultural role in the rural regions. According to aspiration of Serbia and Montenegro for integration to EU, formulation of the rural development model and policy in Serbia should be harmonized with the EU rural development model. During the accession to EU Serbia must create adequate policy of the rural development with the development support projects for defined rural areas. It is neccessary to create appropriate social and economic conditions in the rural zone, with respect to local specifics and to categorize the rural areas according to the EU model.


Issue Date:
2006
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/245760
Published in:
Economics of Agriculture, Volume 53, Number 2
Page range:
141-152
JEL Codes:
Rural development; Agriculture; Agrarian policy in Serbia; European Union; the Common Agricultural Policy




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