The social and solidarity economy (SSE) is an emerging sector of the European economies. It’s importance is demonstrated by millions of employees and significant share of GDP. In recognition of its perceptivity, ministries dedicated to SSE have been established in many countries. However, there is a lively debate about on the definition of SSE itself. Opinions on the role of employment, the relations to governments and attitudes to competitiveness differ from each other. In the first part of my paper a clarification of the conceptual issues will be summarized.
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Library ResourcePeer-reviewed publicationDecember, 2014Hungary
Library ResourcePeer-reviewed publicationApril, 2015
Economist Sir Nicholas Stern warned that the global warming could cause major blow to the world economy than the two world wars and the crisis in the 1930s. But where are we in this process now and what can be expected in the near future and what opportunities we are to curb the negative effects and to slow down the global warming.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2012Serbia
The goal of the research presented in this paper is to examine economic efficiency and financial feasibility of investments in agricultural land, from the agricultural producer’s viewpoint and to contribute successfully to the formulation of the answer to the question if this investment is justified under analysed conditions. Material for this study was collected during the years of 2011 and 2012, through the method of interview, which was carried out with holders of family farms from Srem Administrative District.
Library ResourcePeer-reviewed publicationDecember, 2012
In order to protect the environment and creation the conditions for a good and healthy life, the construction of buildings should be sustainable. It is essential that the entire process that includes planning, design and realization, be consistent with bioclimatic principles. Allotment plan should be an integral part of the planning process because it is an instrument to control the use of construction land and prevention the negative consequences that are created by uncontrolled action of the market.
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 2015Switzerland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Spain, Hungary, Mali, Armenia, Europe
Ova analiza je jedna od sedam sektorskih analiza (meso i mliječni proizvodi; voće i povrće; žitarice; vino; diversifikacija, ribarstvo i akvakultura, šumarstvo) koje su od proljeća 2011. godine do danas izrađene za institucije u oblasti poljoprivrede na nivou države, entiteta i Distrikta Brčko. Sektorske analize daju ulazne veličine za koncept mjera koje će finansirati Evropska unija (EU) iz instrumenta za pretpristupnu pomoć za ruralni razvoj (IPARD) – kada bude dostupan – kao i koncept intervencija zemlje u oblasti politike uopšte.
Library ResourcePeer-reviewed publicationDecember, 2006Serbia, Europe
Environmental risk management in production, use and transportation of dangerous materials having been actual theme in the world and in Serbia. Although environmental risk is mostly connected with technical issues, since chemical catastrophe in Bophal-lndia (1986) in the world was recognized that this is complex issue that besides of technical-technological, includes also social-economic, organizational and spatial factors. Spatial component of risk management which is regulated by Seveso II Directive in EU is important for planners.
Library ResourcePeer-reviewed publicationDecember, 2016
In broader terms, the paper refers to the topic of brownfield regeneration, as one of the most complex mechanisms for sustainable spatial development. In addition to the fact that brownfield regeneration demands a variety of instruments, such as: tax subsidies, the change of land use ownership, soil remediation, planning regulative amendments, etc., the complexity of brownfield regeneration is primarily seen in a number of stakeholders participating in such a process.
Library ResourcePeer-reviewed publicationDecember, 2004
The field of urban and regional planning is experiencing some fundamental changes that are having impacts on the use of computer-based models in planning practice and education. One of the key changes is the use of powerful, cheap and easy to use GIS software and hardware. This has led to the creation of more extensive spatially referenced datasets, making GIS an essential tool for some planners and management tasks such as land monitoring, code enforcement and permit tracking.
Library ResourcePeer-reviewed publicationDecember, 2009
A relatively high degree of conflicts between development and developmental goals is an objective condition that one has to face in planning in large mining basins. Numerous conflicts exist: between wider public larger social interests (land occupation, removal-power production), short-term and long-term goals, specific and general aims, etc.
Library ResourceJournal Articles & BooksDecember, 2012
There are around 400,000 hectares of soils with heavy mechanical composition, and the greatest part of the production area is under crops. The long term soil tillage by conventional methods (using plough) and a large number of passages of mechanization in this type of soil causes a subarable waterproof layer, with a lot of negative consequences in a crop production.
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