2013/2-3

Using sustainable development tools for solving property rights in Montenegro

by Jelena Janjusevic, PhD In recent months Montenegro has been faced with serious budget problems , one proposed solution of which has been to reduce the number of employees in state administration. Additionally, the costs of living are above the disposable budget of most households, in particular the high cost…

Swot analysis and identification of the needs, potential and development strategies of the fruit and vegetable sector in Montenegro

by Radislav Jovović & Dragoljub Janković Fruit and vegetable production in Montenegro benefits from naturally favourable conditions in terms of climate, soil and water resources. Such conditions enable high quality fruit, vegetables and vines to be grown, and fruit and vegetable production and viticulture have a long tradition as well…

Rural resilience and the role of social capital among farmers in Kirundo province, Northern Burundi

by Bonaventure Minani, Déo-Guide Rurema & Philippe Lebailly In Burundi, more than 90% of the active population is engaged in family agriculture, which plays a vital role in food production and constitutes more than 50% of the GDP. Before the civil war of 1993, Kirundo was deemed the “breadbasket of…

Research on the natural features of karst water, on the example of some water intakes

by Slobodanka Krivokapic, Neda Devic & Stanka Filipovic The existence of safe and abundant raw water sources is a priceless treasure for any country. Water resources are of particular importance for Montenegro, especially for the development of tourism and agriculture which represent the backbone of its economic development. With respect…

The problems of regional development in Montenegro

by Janko Radulovic Economic development is a continuous, stochastic process considering that development depends on a multitude of historical, political, economic, cultural, ethnic and other factors. In the process of development, each country puts effort into strengthening their manufacturing potential, increasing the competitiveness of their economy by modernizing technology, and…

The marketing strategies of Serbian honey producers

by Vlade Zarić, Zorica Vasiljević, Nebojša Nedić & Danijela Petković Serbian honey producers are exposed to the increased international competition of recent years. To face up to the new changes, producers are progressively using diversification strategies, such as direct sales and production diversification. The direct sales strategy allows the producers…