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Journal of Social Economics Research

March 2014, Volume 1, 3, pp 20-39

Geographical Starting Points the Analysis of Current Rural Problems in Montenegro: Case Study of Rural Local Community Kralje

Goran Rajovic

,

Jelisavka Bulatovic

Goran Rajovic 1
Jelisavka Bulatovic 2

  1. Street Vojvode Stepe, Belgrade, Serbia 1

  2. College of Textile Design, Technology and ManagementStreet Starine Novaka, Belgrade, Serbia 2


Abstract:

This paper analyzes the geographical starting point’s research currentrural problems in Montenegro, in the example ofrurallocal community Kralje. Like so many times before in history and in these times, rural areas and the rural economy must be the mainstay for the surviva lof the population in rural areas of the local community: Kralje, Oblo Brdo, Sjenožeta and Gnjili Potok. Today, Montenegro is searching for a new identity, a new paradigm for social development and must not be forgotten nor marginalized rural areas and agriculture.
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