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The new planning in the latest Yugoslav state alliance of Serbia and Montenegro

Author(s): Cavrić Branko I.

Journal: Spatium
ISSN 1450-569X

Volume: 2002;
Issue: 8;
Start page: 14;
Date: 2002;
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In the waves of transition and recent changes to political and planning regulatory mechanisms in most eastern and central European countries, the Yugoslav planning fabric is discovering new avenues and trying to develop new endeavors within the framework of economic, political and professional independence. The main idea of this paper is to challenge the history and evolution of Yugoslav planning system, legislature administration and education; planning techniques and the planning implementation. All these and other constitutive and important elements of a viable and flexible planning need to be considerably improved, since the arrival of a new political authorities and powers. The discussion should also enhance our knowledge about trans-national approaches and different planning ideas, concepts and practices applicable in the current Yugoslav planning environment. This could lead to a new planning based on global thinking and an interconnected world, flavoured with locally sustainable planning solutions that could bring the Yugoslav planning machinery on the board of the new century. At the same time, this approach would reflect how the Yugoslav planning community could improve its "own values" whilst looking forward to creating a modern and efficient planning mechanism.
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