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Structural changes in agriculture in the Pomurje region after 1991
Matej Kraner, Lučka Lorber, 2010, review article

Abstract: The Pomurje region is the most agricultural and the least developed region in Slovenia. Since 1991, the year when Slovenia gained its independence, the country transformed from the socialist system to the free market capitalism and was forced to restructure the agricultural policy. The decrease and the aging of the population, the abandon of the agriculture production and the decay of cultural landscape turned out to be serious problems. In Pomurje, agriculture was faced with unfavourable age structure of farmers in family farms. The Slovene agricultural policy was aware of this problem and took a number of measures to encourage the aging farmers to retire and the young generation to take over. Alongside this process began the process of merging land in the Pomurje rural areas. In the last 10 years, the agriculture in Pomurje underwent the improvement of agricultural technology, the specialization of productions and the enlargement of farms.
Keywords: Slovenia, Prekmurje, agricultural development, agricultural policies, CAP, agriculture structure, CAP
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 354; Downloads: 50
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Development of rural space in post-communist southeast Europe after 1989
Peter Jordan, 2009, review article

Abstract: This paper investigates the reasons for the current state of rural space in Southeast Europe, as well as its current structure. It is confirmed that pre-Communist structures, as well as divergent Communist systems and policies, contributed as much to current structures as have divergent post-Communist approaches and developments. Thus, we meet today very different situations in the rural space of Yugoslavian successor states on the one hand, and of other post-Communist countries of Southeast Europe with a planned economy (Romania, Bulgaria and Albania) on the other. But even the countries of former Yugoslavia show many divergences, mainly due to divergent demographic development in the wake of the Yugoslavian dissolution wars.
Keywords: structure of rural space, communist systems, transformation, agricultural policies, Southeast Europe
Published: 19.03.2018; Views: 205; Downloads: 46
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