Year 2014, Volume 60, Issue 2

Year : 2014
Volume : 60
Issue : 2
Authors : Ilija DJORDJEVIĆ, Dragan NONIĆ, Jelena NEDELJKOVIĆ
Abstract : During last decade of 20th century, and after 2000, there have been significant changes in the management of protected areas (PAs) in Serbia. Prior to that time, most of PAs, were managed by public sector, but changes on international and national level, caused involvement of other actors. In the system of management of PAs, beside private sector, from 1994, is present private sector. The problem of determining types of managers of PAs in Serbia and their systematization is important for understanding changes in the existing system of PA and, so far, has not been sufficiently treated. For these reasons, the aim of this paper is to determine types and structure (categories and subcategories) of PAs managers in Serbia. Types of managers are defined in relation to public and private character of the initial capital. Management categories are established in relation to the ways of organization and legal form, while subcategories represent managers which are defined on the basis of available secondary data. In paper are applied quantitative methods of content analysis and specialization (classification) as well as comparative and statistical method. The results indicate the existence of two main types of PAs managers in Serbia from public and private sector. Within the public sector, two categories are distinguished: „enterprises” and „institutions”, and within private sector, also two categories, „companies” and „other organizations and individuals”.
For citation : Ilija DJORDJEVIĆ, Dragan NONIĆ, Jelena NEDELJKOVIĆ (2014): MANAGEMENT OF PROTECTED AREAS IN SERBIA: TYPES AND STRUCTURE OF MANAGERS. Agriculture and Forestry, Vol. 60. Issue 2: 137-155, Podgorica
Keywords : protected area, management, managers, typology, Serbia
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ISSN 0554-5579 (Printed)
ISSN 1800-9492 (Online)
DOI : 10.17707/AgricultForest


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