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The Role of Agriculture in the Rural Development of the Municipality of Skenderaj Economic Alternatives
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The Role of Agriculture in the Rural Development of the Municipality of Skenderaj

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This study analyzes of the role of agriculture in the rural development in Kosovo’s municipality of Skenderaj, which implements measures by central institutions, including development policies aimed at strengthening rural development, further development of agricultural and livestock farms, and improvements in sustainable and competitive agriculture. The analysis of direct payments and grants in the agricultural sectors was performed, and the drafting of policies for rural development in Kosovo was presented. The study presents data on the agricultural sector which have had a positive impact on increasing agricultural productivity, improving working conditions and creating new jobs. A number of methods, including qualitative, quantitative, and action research approaches, have been utilized in this study through discussions with farmers. Secondary data analysis was performed, and a comparison of Skenderaj’s data with data at the national level was also performed

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Rural Development, Direct Payments, Grants
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