UDC 338.434(4-672EU)
Biblid: 1451-3188, 21 (2022)
Vol. 21, No 77-78, pp. 242-254
DOI: https://doi.org/10.18485/iipe_ez.2022.21.77_78.15

Оriginal article
Received: 06 Mar 2022
Accepted: 09 Apr 2022


RAIČEVIĆ Vuk (Фaкултeт зa eкoнoмиjу и инжeњeрски мeнaџмeнт, Приврeднa Aкaдeмиja, Нoви Сaд), vuk.m.raicevic@gmail.com
ŽIVANOVIĆ Nada (Mинистарство пољопривреде, шумарства и водопривреде Републике Србије), nada.zivanovic@minpolj.gov.rs

As an extremely important issue, subsidies in agriculture represent a challenge for both legal science and economics. The importance of this topic is also visible through the fact that there is a Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in the European Union, on which all member states have agreed. By harmonizing its legislation with the law of the European Union, the Republic of Serbia strives to regulate the area of subsidies in agriculture, along with the provision of state aid and environmental protection, in the most uniform way. In this regard, Serbia has adopted the Law on Agriculture and Rural Development and the Law on Incentives in Agriculture and Rural Development as a basis for the adoption of bylaws governing special incentives in agriculture and the conditions for their implementation.

Keywords: Agriculture, EU Common Agricultural Policy, state aid, environmental protection, harmonization of legislation