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The present and future of local development
University of Business Academy in Novi Sad

emailprof.tihomir.r@gmail.com, ljstojmirovic@gmail.com
Keywords: local self-government; world changes; integrated development; specificities of Serbia; effects
Abstract
The present scientific paper discusses the issues of local and overall national development so far and in the near future within the context of a world facing increasing general threats (military, terrorist, climate, migrant, pandemic, global, etc.). The obtained research results indicate the urgent need for the setting up of adequate world organizations and their mobilization in the effort to combat and eliminate these dangers. The results also point to the appropriate directions of national and local development, which should be based on a new scientific theory of integrated local and overall social development in each country. It is within this context that Serbia was taken as an example, in whose local development there are certain problems that practically all countries in the world face. The authors propose that the way out is in the transition to scientifically based integrated local development.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Review Paper
DOI: 10.5937/napredak1-29678
received: 02/12/2020
accepted: 15/12/2020
published in SCIndeks: 16/01/2021