Available land per utilization categories in the Republic of Serbia, 2018.

Available land per utilization categories in the Republic of Serbia, 2018.

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The subject of research in this paper is the analysis and presentation of data on agricultural holdings, the structure of available and utilized area. The main goal is to determine and explain more comprehensively and in detail, by using appropriate methods, and based on available data, the condition of utilized agricultural area and its characteri...

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... structure of available land per utilization categories in Serbia is strongly dominated by UAA (67.12%) -which makes a total of 72.2% of available agricultural land together with NUAA (5.60%). It is followed by woodland (18.77%) and other land (8.51%) ( Table 3). If we take into account the significant differences in the categories of available land by region, it is desirable to look at this structure of the UAA and NUAA and by districts. ...

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... Agricultural land in the Republic of Serbia is mostly privately owned (Trivić, 2021). During the last two decades, there has been a noticeable transition within the ownership structure of agricultural land, with the growth of private ownership from 80% in 2002 to 83% in 2010, and as much as 96% in 2019 . ...
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Today, in the era of industrial expansion of developing countries, the Republic of Serbia strives to maintain the required level of progress and join the European Union. On this path of transition, it is necessary to use the comparative advantages in relation to the countries of the region, but also the EU member states. Analysing the available data, it can be established that an important comparative advantage of Serbia lies in the agricultural sector. The aim of this paper is to point out the mentioned comparative advantages, primarily by using the historical-comparative method, and to provide a basis for further decision-making to economic policy makers at the regional and national level. The concept of agricultural and economic policy should be based on the complete revival of agriculture, its revitalization, financial consolidation, innovation and affirmation of the intensification of the production framework.