AGRARIAN AND TOURIST POTENTIAL OF RURAL AREAS IN SERBIA

  • Boban Dašić Alfa University, Faculty of Finance, Banking and Auditing, Belgrade
  • Bojan Labović Teaching Associate, Department of Economic Sciences, State University of Novi Pazar, Serbia
Keywords: Rural sector, development, tourist potential, demographic trend, infrastructure

Abstract

Generally, many factors influence, the life and economic status of a population, - but in terms of the impact on the economic status of the rural population in Serbia, the most important influencing factors that can be highlighted are: the tourist potential of rural areas, the number of family holdings in the village, the growth and development of small family businesses, demographic trends in the country, the level of development of infrastructure at the local level and so on. This paper presents the results of analysis which covered the most important determinants of the agrarian and tourist potential оf the rural sector. Exploration of this area is very important for a better understanding of the economic status of rural areas and rural population, but whether it could be better, too. Differences are noticed in the level of economic potential of rural areas and the status of the rural population from one region to another because agrarian and tourist resources are different, and the impact of many factors is not the same in every region.

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Published
2020-09-05
How to Cite
Dašić, B., & Labović, B. (2020). AGRARIAN AND TOURIST POTENTIAL OF RURAL AREAS IN SERBIA. Tourism International Scientific Conference Vrnjačka Banja - TISC, 5(2), 130-146. Retrieved from http://tisc.rs/proceedings/index.php/hitmc/article/view/365