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Spatial mobility of the employed population and occupational structure of the labour force in industry of the Tuzla Valley
Rahman Nurković, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: The objective of this paper is to show, to a certain extent, daily migrations of labour force in industry of the Tuzla valley. In addition to Tuzla, the three centres are distinguished according to importance of their function of work: Lukavac, Živinice and Banovići. On one hand, we have a strong concentration of industrial jobs, and on the other, almost unindustrialised remaining territory.
Keywords: daily migrations, distribution of industry, the Tuzla valley, skilled labour
Published: 13.03.2018; Views: 195; Downloads: 54
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Influence of tertiary activities on transformation of the rural settlements in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Rahman Nurković, 2010, review article

Abstract: In Bosnia and Herzegovina, tertiary activities strongly affect the modern spatial and functional structure of rural settlements. In economic and social life they are complementary, which is a good prerequisite for general development of the country. They are followed by specialised shops (bank services, legal services, higher educational institutions, large market, diverse manpower, extensive public services, car show rooms, gas stations, furniture shops, commercial centres, hotels, motels, computer equipment, and alike).
Keywords: tertiary activities, new rural development of the settlements, restructuring of economic activities
Published: 29.03.2018; Views: 255; Downloads: 48
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Shopping and business centres in Sarajevo
Rahman Nurković, 2012, original scientific article

Abstract: In the paper, influence of shopping and business centres: Mercator, Tuš, Obi Robot, Konzum and BBI on development of Sarajevo city is analysed. Results of the survey made among visitors indicate to presence of social functions (walk, leisure, recreation, fun, socialization) in five centres. The mentioned functions are more expressed in new shopping centres, while shopping is the most important motive of visits to commercial centres. Sarajevo city makes, with its surrounding, a functionally connected wholeness – city, respectively an urban region.
Keywords: shopping and business centres, central business centre, public space, social functions, Sarajevo
Published: 10.04.2018; Views: 272; Downloads: 44
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Fish ponds as a factor of development in rural areas of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Rahman Nurković, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper explains the impact of fish farms on the development of rural areas in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Fishing in Bosnia and Herzegovina was recognized as an opportunity for industrial production, tourism and placing high quality healthy food on market as well as rural development and the possibility of creating new jobs. In terms of agroclimatic conditions, Bosnia and Herzegovina has a very favorable geographical, hydrological, climatic and ecological conditions for fish production, which is reflected in the availability of water resources of rivers, lakes and marine fish farms. In Bosnia and Herzegovina there are 41 registered fish farms of freshwater and saltwater fish and it is estimated that there are about twenty unregulated fish farms. With the available resources, the existance of tradition in production, decades of existance of lake fish ponds and dynamic development of production in cages classify fish farming as a significant branch of economy, which ensures it in the domestic market, but also on the markets of neighboring countries, the European Union.
Keywords: agricultural geography, rural areas, regional development, fish farms, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Published: 16.04.2018; Views: 230; Downloads: 29
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