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University of Business Academy in Novi Sad, (2020)

Management of Natural resources in function of developing agricultural production system in Libya

Kaarud Mansour Mohamed, Mansour

Titre : Management of Natural resources in function of developing agricultural production system in Libya

Auteur : Kaarud Mansour Mohamed, Mansour

Université de soutenance  : University of Business Academy in Novi Sad,

Grade : Doctoral dissertation 2020

Résumé
The current literature on the Libyan context indicates that Libya has adopted two main approaches to agricultural policy : the medium- the text : term approach, which was in place from 1983 to 1995 and from 1996 to 2010 ; and the annual approach, effective from 1996 to 2010. However, no study has yet aimed to address the impact of thesevarying approaches on the agricultural sector in Libya, and the reason behind the change of approach to policy. In addition, no research has yet been conducted to identify and outline the mechanism of decision-making in the Libyan agricultural sector. In addition, a considerable and controversial debate about the resource curse, or ‘Dutch Disease’ as it is sometimes called, has concluded that despite the fact that the discovery of oil has brought many benefits to the economy, it has at the same time also presented many challenges to other sectors, including the agricultural sector. It has been noted that agriculture is no longer central to the economies of many Middle Eastern countries. This is due to the discovery of oil, and the fact that many Middle Eastern countries now rely heavily on oil as a source of their GDP. The critical assessment and analysis of literature, conducted using the tri-angulation process. Libya is one of the most basic oil-creating worldwide areas on the planet ; the expansion of its horticultural territory is vigorously needy oil income (Ham, 2002). In the nineteen-eighties and the nineteen-nineties, the Libyan specialists looked to create techniques to advance farming through a fixed of plans (for example Three-years Plan (1983-1985), Five-years Plan (1986-1990) and Five-years Plan (1991-1996) (GPC, 1999). Notwithstanding, toward the beginning of the nineteen-nineties, there has been an exchange from key medium-term projects and plans to an arrangement of yearly guidelines. Notwithstanding this change in agrarian inclusion spans, past investigations have to a great extent didn’t enlist the impact that this change in method had at the exhibition of the rustic zone. This exploration became to fill this gap in writing. This absolute last chapter of the examination plans to pull in ends and propose proposals for the improvement of rural arrangement definition and execution in Libya. It additionally makes proposition for additional examination into how agrarian improvement is influenced by horticultural standards. The fundamental point of this take a gander at, as set out become to explore the effect of changing ways to deal with farming inclusion on Libyan agrarian generally speaking execution. This final chapter of the research aims to draw conclusions and suggest recommendations for the development of agricultural policy formulation and implementation in Libya. It also makes proposals for further research into how agricultural development is affected by agricultural policies. The main aim of this study, as set out was to investigate the impact of changing approaches to agricultural policy on Libyan agricultural

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