Ministarstvo prosvete, nauke i tehnološkog razvoja Republike Srbije, Ugovor br. 200006 (Institut za arhitekturu i urbanizam Srbije, Beograd) (RS-200006)

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Ministarstvo prosvete, nauke i tehnološkog razvoja Republike Srbije, Ugovor br. 200006 (Institut za arhitekturu i urbanizam Srbije, Beograd) (RS-200006)

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Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(Targoviste : Romanian Limnogeographical Association, 2021)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://www.limnology.ro/wrw2020/proceedings/15_Pantic.pdf
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/643
AB  - Water resources such as rivers, lakes and even wetlands have always been elements that enrich an area and, in addition to undeniable ecological functions, they represent powerful attractions for tourists. Strategically valuable and ecologically significant water bodies are often simultaneously aesthetic jams in the landscape. For their multiply values, it is clear that planning of their use and protection requires careful and formalized actions in a form of public policies. Spatial purpose area spatial plans in Serbia represent one of the mechanisms for the protection of water resources, but also a tool for bringing added value through their use in the purpose of tourism development. This paper focuses precisely on the review of spatial plans that regulate the use and protection of water resources under constitutional state protection in Serbia. Therefore, the water bodies that are a central element of the spatial plans are the case studies – Uvac Special Nature Reserve (Uvac River and Zlatar, Radoinja and Sjenica reservoirs), Đerdap National Park (Danube River and Đerdap reservoir), Tisa River Multifunctional Ecological Corridor and Vlasina Outstanding Natural Landscape (Vlasina River and Vlasina reservoir). The application of this method is expected to reveal connections between water protection and tourism development. In the other segment, this research addresses nature/water protection and tourism development measures, hence commenting on their synchronization or contradiction. The results have shown that balancing between protection and development remains a challenge where the existence or absence of spatial planning documents does not cause that much damage to water bodies ecological functions as much as negligence of prescribed measures or their misinterpretation. Spatial plans in Serbia are rather united in protection and development measures for protected areas, but still always addressing specifics of each area individually.
PB  - Targoviste : Romanian Limnogeographical Association
C3  - Book of proceedings: 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021, Tulcea (Romania)
T1  - Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas
SP  - 131
EP  - 143
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Water resources such as rivers, lakes and even wetlands have always been elements that enrich an area and, in addition to undeniable ecological functions, they represent powerful attractions for tourists. Strategically valuable and ecologically significant water bodies are often simultaneously aesthetic jams in the landscape. For their multiply values, it is clear that planning of their use and protection requires careful and formalized actions in a form of public policies. Spatial purpose area spatial plans in Serbia represent one of the mechanisms for the protection of water resources, but also a tool for bringing added value through their use in the purpose of tourism development. This paper focuses precisely on the review of spatial plans that regulate the use and protection of water resources under constitutional state protection in Serbia. Therefore, the water bodies that are a central element of the spatial plans are the case studies – Uvac Special Nature Reserve (Uvac River and Zlatar, Radoinja and Sjenica reservoirs), Đerdap National Park (Danube River and Đerdap reservoir), Tisa River Multifunctional Ecological Corridor and Vlasina Outstanding Natural Landscape (Vlasina River and Vlasina reservoir). The application of this method is expected to reveal connections between water protection and tourism development. In the other segment, this research addresses nature/water protection and tourism development measures, hence commenting on their synchronization or contradiction. The results have shown that balancing between protection and development remains a challenge where the existence or absence of spatial planning documents does not cause that much damage to water bodies ecological functions as much as negligence of prescribed measures or their misinterpretation. Spatial plans in Serbia are rather united in protection and development measures for protected areas, but still always addressing specifics of each area individually.",
publisher = "Targoviste : Romanian Limnogeographical Association",
journal = "Book of proceedings: 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021, Tulcea (Romania)",
title = "Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas",
pages = "131-143"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2021). Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas. in Book of proceedings: 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021, Tulcea (Romania)
Targoviste : Romanian Limnogeographical Association., 131-143.
Pantić M, Milijić S. Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas. in Book of proceedings: 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021, Tulcea (Romania). 2021;:131-143..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "Spatial Planning in Serbia: Tourism Development Based on Water Bodies in Protected Areas" in Book of proceedings: 5th International Hybrid Conference Water resources and wetlands, 8-12 September 2021, Tulcea (Romania) (2021):131-143.

Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/642
AB  - In Serbia as a continental country, the tourism industry relies on city-break, spa and mountain tourism, where ski resorts have primacy during the winter season. Even though the number of tourists has recently increased, the share of domestic tourists remained predominant. It is also noticed that tourists from Serbia eagerly travel abroad, which was so far researched in the context of summer holidays but not in the framework of ski resorts. Therefore, this paper examines the competitiveness of ski resorts in Serbia from the perspective of domestic tourists. A survey was used as a data collection method, covering various competitiveness dimensions. The aim is to recognize the main motives of consumers when choosing a ski resort in Serbia or abroad. The results showed that the choices of Serbian tourists are predominantly shaped by the cost of an offer – of accommodation above all others. They are attentive by estimating the value for money, which is the most common reason to choose a ski resort abroad over a domestic one. The crowd at ski resorts and ski runs appears to be a result of unbalanced accommodation capacities on the one hand and ski infrastructure on the other, which is currently the most notable competitiveness drawback of ski resorts in Serbia.
PB  - World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
T2  - International Journal of Social and Business Sciences
T1  - Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts
VL  - 15
IS  - 2
SP  - 209
EP  - 215
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2021",
abstract = "In Serbia as a continental country, the tourism industry relies on city-break, spa and mountain tourism, where ski resorts have primacy during the winter season. Even though the number of tourists has recently increased, the share of domestic tourists remained predominant. It is also noticed that tourists from Serbia eagerly travel abroad, which was so far researched in the context of summer holidays but not in the framework of ski resorts. Therefore, this paper examines the competitiveness of ski resorts in Serbia from the perspective of domestic tourists. A survey was used as a data collection method, covering various competitiveness dimensions. The aim is to recognize the main motives of consumers when choosing a ski resort in Serbia or abroad. The results showed that the choices of Serbian tourists are predominantly shaped by the cost of an offer – of accommodation above all others. They are attentive by estimating the value for money, which is the most common reason to choose a ski resort abroad over a domestic one. The crowd at ski resorts and ski runs appears to be a result of unbalanced accommodation capacities on the one hand and ski infrastructure on the other, which is currently the most notable competitiveness drawback of ski resorts in Serbia.",
publisher = "World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology",
journal = "International Journal of Social and Business Sciences",
title = "Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts",
volume = "15",
number = "2",
pages = "209-215"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2021). Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts. in International Journal of Social and Business Sciences
World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology., 15(2), 209-215.
Pantić M, Milijić S. Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts. in International Journal of Social and Business Sciences. 2021;15(2):209-215..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "Tourism Competitiveness Survey Analysis of Serbian Ski Resorts" in International Journal of Social and Business Sciences, 15, no. 2 (2021):209-215.

The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(MDPI, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/641
AB  - An agreement of cooperation and transmission of knowledge regarding the nomination for the European Green Capital Award (EGCA) was signed between the mayors of Belgrade and Ljubljana (EGCA 2016 winner) in September 2018. The candidacy of Belgrade was finally realized in October 2019. Great hope was placed in this endeavour because internationally recognized awards, such as the EGCA, represent enormous capital for both the city and the state. The EGCA requires serious preparation and significant fulfilment of preconditions. Many economically strong and environmentally responsible cities competed for the award, but did not win. On the other hand, the capital of Serbia does not appear to be an obvious winning candidate, especially as it is differentiated from the previous winners by being a non-EU city and by the fact that it is still undergoing an intense urban transformation, characteristic of transitional countries. Therefore, the main aim of this article is to present a review of the current state of Belgrade’s environmental qualities and its comparison with the EGCA criteria and with Grenoble as one of the winning competitors. The article gives a full overview of the EGCA requirements with certain details on required indicators, gives relevant insight into the procedure, which could be of use for any future candidacy, and discusses potential benefits for winners, losers and repeat candidacies.
PB  - MDPI
T2  - Sustainability
T1  - The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?
VL  - 13
IS  - 11
EP  - 6182
DO  - 10.3390/su13116182
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2021",
abstract = "An agreement of cooperation and transmission of knowledge regarding the nomination for the European Green Capital Award (EGCA) was signed between the mayors of Belgrade and Ljubljana (EGCA 2016 winner) in September 2018. The candidacy of Belgrade was finally realized in October 2019. Great hope was placed in this endeavour because internationally recognized awards, such as the EGCA, represent enormous capital for both the city and the state. The EGCA requires serious preparation and significant fulfilment of preconditions. Many economically strong and environmentally responsible cities competed for the award, but did not win. On the other hand, the capital of Serbia does not appear to be an obvious winning candidate, especially as it is differentiated from the previous winners by being a non-EU city and by the fact that it is still undergoing an intense urban transformation, characteristic of transitional countries. Therefore, the main aim of this article is to present a review of the current state of Belgrade’s environmental qualities and its comparison with the EGCA criteria and with Grenoble as one of the winning competitors. The article gives a full overview of the EGCA requirements with certain details on required indicators, gives relevant insight into the procedure, which could be of use for any future candidacy, and discusses potential benefits for winners, losers and repeat candidacies.",
publisher = "MDPI",
journal = "Sustainability",
title = "The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?",
volume = "13",
number = "11",
pages = "6182",
doi = "10.3390/su13116182"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2021). The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?. in Sustainability
MDPI., 13(11).
https://doi.org/10.3390/su13116182
Pantić M, Milijić S. The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?. in Sustainability. 2021;13(11):null-6182.
doi:10.3390/su13116182 .
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "The European Green Capital Award—Is It a Dream or Reality for Belgrade (Serbia)?" in Sustainability, 13, no. 11 (2021),
https://doi.org/10.3390/su13116182 . .
2

Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia)

Pantić, Marijana; Milijić, Saša

(Brno : Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences, 2021)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/640
AB  - Protection and sustainable development are the backbone of the Carpathian Convention (2003). The Convention was created to ensure the application of the sustainable approach at the international level, referring to economic, social and environmental aspects. The evaluation of sustainability is under constant reconsideration, which includes the issues of indicator selection and the data availability (Bell & Morse 2018). This research considers availability of longitudinal data and, based on that, it aims to recognize 1) the trajectory of the basic sustainability indicators in Đerdap National Park and 2) whether the trajectory coincides with the signing of the Carpathian Convention and its implementation in Serbia. Here are used the annual statistical reports covering data applicable for measuring three sustainability aspects since the establishment of the Carpathian Convection. Therefore, the year of the signing the Convention (2003) is defined as the starting point of the trajectory, the year 2008 is taken for the middle point (2008), whereas the year of the last published statistical report (2019) represents the finishing time-point. Social sustainability is measured by population size, population average age, structure of employed (agriculture, forestry, fishery, tourism); economic sustainability by unemployment rate, number of employed per 1,000 inhabitants, number of tourists and touristic overnight stays, local budget incomes; and environmental sustainability by structure of employed (tourism, mining), share of forest areas, average wood volume, and share of households connected to the sewage system. Changes in the share of protection designations are used to measure protection aspect. The Đerdap National Park is chosen as the case study because its territory coincides with the geographical scope of the Carpathian Convention in Serbia.
PB  - Brno : Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences
C3  - Book of Abstracts: International scientific conference 6th FORUM CARPATICUM – Linking the Environmental, Political and Societal Aspects for Carpathian Sustainability
T1  - Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia)
SP  - 66
EP  - 66
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Protection and sustainable development are the backbone of the Carpathian Convention (2003). The Convention was created to ensure the application of the sustainable approach at the international level, referring to economic, social and environmental aspects. The evaluation of sustainability is under constant reconsideration, which includes the issues of indicator selection and the data availability (Bell & Morse 2018). This research considers availability of longitudinal data and, based on that, it aims to recognize 1) the trajectory of the basic sustainability indicators in Đerdap National Park and 2) whether the trajectory coincides with the signing of the Carpathian Convention and its implementation in Serbia. Here are used the annual statistical reports covering data applicable for measuring three sustainability aspects since the establishment of the Carpathian Convection. Therefore, the year of the signing the Convention (2003) is defined as the starting point of the trajectory, the year 2008 is taken for the middle point (2008), whereas the year of the last published statistical report (2019) represents the finishing time-point. Social sustainability is measured by population size, population average age, structure of employed (agriculture, forestry, fishery, tourism); economic sustainability by unemployment rate, number of employed per 1,000 inhabitants, number of tourists and touristic overnight stays, local budget incomes; and environmental sustainability by structure of employed (tourism, mining), share of forest areas, average wood volume, and share of households connected to the sewage system. Changes in the share of protection designations are used to measure protection aspect. The Đerdap National Park is chosen as the case study because its territory coincides with the geographical scope of the Carpathian Convention in Serbia.",
publisher = "Brno : Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences",
journal = "Book of Abstracts: International scientific conference 6th FORUM CARPATICUM – Linking the Environmental, Political and Societal Aspects for Carpathian Sustainability",
title = "Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia)",
pages = "66-66"
}
Pantić, M.,& Milijić, S.. (2021). Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia). in Book of Abstracts: International scientific conference 6th FORUM CARPATICUM – Linking the Environmental, Political and Societal Aspects for Carpathian Sustainability
Brno : Global Change Research Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences., 66-66.
Pantić M, Milijić S. Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia). in Book of Abstracts: International scientific conference 6th FORUM CARPATICUM – Linking the Environmental, Political and Societal Aspects for Carpathian Sustainability. 2021;:66-66..
Pantić, Marijana, Milijić, Saša, "Sustainability measured by annual statistical reports – Đerdap National Park (Serbia)" in Book of Abstracts: International scientific conference 6th FORUM CARPATICUM – Linking the Environmental, Political and Societal Aspects for Carpathian Sustainability (2021):66-66.

Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change

Pantić, Marijana; Čolić, Nataša; Milijić, Saša

(2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Čolić, Nataša
AU  - Milijić, Saša
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/638
AB  - n the 50 years since the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB) was launched, 727 sites in 131 countries have gained the status of biosphere reserve (BR). Golija-Studenica BR belongs to the group of BRs that have been active for the past 20 years. This BR is one of the most prominent protected areas and the first of its kind in Serbia. A balance between biodiversity conservation, as the primary goal of protection, and the promotion of sustainable profitable activities involving diverse actors has yet to be achieved. This research aims to provide a contextual understanding of changes in Golija-Studenica BR and draw lessons for future BR development. It relies on the experiential and practical knowledge of diverse stakeholders, including management bodies, the NGO sector and the local population itself. The methodology is based on a qualitative approach, using semi-structured interviews with open-ended questions. Research results show that the BR model is a subtle, time-reliant driver of change, with some unintentional side-effects. It brings about changes in how protected areas are managed, affects the economic behaviour of the local population, raises awareness about environmental issues, and has an impact on demographic trends and social change.
T2  - eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management
T1  - Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change
VL  - 13
IS  - special
SP  - 58
EP  - 69
DO  - 10.1553/eco.mont-13-sis58
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Čolić, Nataša and Milijić, Saša",
year = "2021",
abstract = "n the 50 years since the UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Programme (MAB) was launched, 727 sites in 131 countries have gained the status of biosphere reserve (BR). Golija-Studenica BR belongs to the group of BRs that have been active for the past 20 years. This BR is one of the most prominent protected areas and the first of its kind in Serbia. A balance between biodiversity conservation, as the primary goal of protection, and the promotion of sustainable profitable activities involving diverse actors has yet to be achieved. This research aims to provide a contextual understanding of changes in Golija-Studenica BR and draw lessons for future BR development. It relies on the experiential and practical knowledge of diverse stakeholders, including management bodies, the NGO sector and the local population itself. The methodology is based on a qualitative approach, using semi-structured interviews with open-ended questions. Research results show that the BR model is a subtle, time-reliant driver of change, with some unintentional side-effects. It brings about changes in how protected areas are managed, affects the economic behaviour of the local population, raises awareness about environmental issues, and has an impact on demographic trends and social change.",
journal = "eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management",
title = "Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change",
volume = "13",
number = "special",
pages = "58-69",
doi = "10.1553/eco.mont-13-sis58"
}
Pantić, M., Čolić, N.,& Milijić, S.. (2021). Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change. in eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management, 13(special), 58-69.
https://doi.org/10.1553/eco.mont-13-sis58
Pantić M, Čolić N, Milijić S. Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change. in eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management. 2021;13(special):58-69.
doi:10.1553/eco.mont-13-sis58 .
Pantić, Marijana, Čolić, Nataša, Milijić, Saša, "Golija-Studenica Biosphere Reserve (Serbia) as a Driver of Change" in eco.mont – Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research and Management, 13, no. special (2021):58-69,
https://doi.org/10.1553/eco.mont-13-sis58 . .
1

Considerations Regarding a New Settlement Typology in Serbia

Pantić, Marijana

(Beograd : Institut za arhitekturu i urbanizam Srbije, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/639
AB  - A division between urban and rural settlements/areas has been traditionally applied in statistical reporting worldwide. The reports applying these terms have been used to create and implement development policies and measures. However, international policies such as those featured by the European Union (EU), as well as national policies, also recognize, define and render transitional types of settlements. The Program of Implementation of the Spatial Plan of the Republic of Serbia (2010) called for a new definition of the term “settlement” determined by new criteria for a settlement typology by the end of 2015. Except for theoretical contributions, this task has not been completed yet. At the same time, a trichotomous settlement typology has been recommended to Serbia by the EU as a result of the accession process. Therefore, this paper aims to analyze and discuss a new settlement categorization, taking into account considerations on the number of categories, number of variables, choice of variables and territorial level for data collection. These aspects are empirically tested on a data set collected through the Survey on Income and Living Conditions (SILC) in Serbia. The data are analyzed using two approaches: descriptive and cluster analysis. A parallel with other countries and theoretical recommendations is drawn in the discussion, based on which some recommendations are presented.
AB  - Подела насеља/подручја на урбана и рурална је традиционално примењивана у статистичком извештавању широм света. Ови извештаји се користе као база за креирање и имплементацију развојних политика и мера. Ипак, међународне политике попут оних креираних у оквиру Европске уније (ЕУ), као и националне политике, показују тенденцију ка препознавању, дефинисању и издвајању прелазних типова насеља. План имплементације Просторног плана Републике Србије (2010) позвао је на креирање нове дефиниције појма „насеље” и критеријума за одређивање нове типологије насеља до краја 2015. године. Осим теоретског доприноса, овај циљ није достигнут. С друге стране, сходно свом статусу земље која приступа ЕУ, ова заједница очекује од Србије креирање и примену трихотомне типологије. У том светлу, овај рад има за циљ да анализира и дискутује нову категоризацију насеља имајући у виду аспекте броја категорија, броја варијабли, одабира варијабли и територијални ниво на којем би се прикупљали подаци. Ови аспекти су тестирани емпиријски на сету података прикупљеном у Анкети о приходима и условима живота (SILC) у Србији. Подаци су анализирани кроз два приступа: дескриптивном и кластер анализoм. У дискусији је повучена паралела са примерима из других земаља и другим теоретским препорукама, а на основу тога су дате и препоруке за Србију.
PB  - Beograd : Institut za arhitekturu i urbanizam Srbije
T2  - Arhitektura i urbanizam
T1  - Considerations Regarding a New Settlement Typology in Serbia
T1  - Разматрање нове типологије насеља у Србији
IS  - 53
SP  - 7
EP  - 21
DO  - 10.5937/a-u0-31678
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana",
year = "2021",
abstract = "A division between urban and rural settlements/areas has been traditionally applied in statistical reporting worldwide. The reports applying these terms have been used to create and implement development policies and measures. However, international policies such as those featured by the European Union (EU), as well as national policies, also recognize, define and render transitional types of settlements. The Program of Implementation of the Spatial Plan of the Republic of Serbia (2010) called for a new definition of the term “settlement” determined by new criteria for a settlement typology by the end of 2015. Except for theoretical contributions, this task has not been completed yet. At the same time, a trichotomous settlement typology has been recommended to Serbia by the EU as a result of the accession process. Therefore, this paper aims to analyze and discuss a new settlement categorization, taking into account considerations on the number of categories, number of variables, choice of variables and territorial level for data collection. These aspects are empirically tested on a data set collected through the Survey on Income and Living Conditions (SILC) in Serbia. The data are analyzed using two approaches: descriptive and cluster analysis. A parallel with other countries and theoretical recommendations is drawn in the discussion, based on which some recommendations are presented., Подела насеља/подручја на урбана и рурална је традиционално примењивана у статистичком извештавању широм света. Ови извештаји се користе као база за креирање и имплементацију развојних политика и мера. Ипак, међународне политике попут оних креираних у оквиру Европске уније (ЕУ), као и националне политике, показују тенденцију ка препознавању, дефинисању и издвајању прелазних типова насеља. План имплементације Просторног плана Републике Србије (2010) позвао је на креирање нове дефиниције појма „насеље” и критеријума за одређивање нове типологије насеља до краја 2015. године. Осим теоретског доприноса, овај циљ није достигнут. С друге стране, сходно свом статусу земље која приступа ЕУ, ова заједница очекује од Србије креирање и примену трихотомне типологије. У том светлу, овај рад има за циљ да анализира и дискутује нову категоризацију насеља имајући у виду аспекте броја категорија, броја варијабли, одабира варијабли и територијални ниво на којем би се прикупљали подаци. Ови аспекти су тестирани емпиријски на сету података прикупљеном у Анкети о приходима и условима живота (SILC) у Србији. Подаци су анализирани кроз два приступа: дескриптивном и кластер анализoм. У дискусији је повучена паралела са примерима из других земаља и другим теоретским препорукама, а на основу тога су дате и препоруке за Србију.",
publisher = "Beograd : Institut za arhitekturu i urbanizam Srbije",
journal = "Arhitektura i urbanizam",
title = "Considerations Regarding a New Settlement Typology in Serbia, Разматрање нове типологије насеља у Србији",
number = "53",
pages = "7-21",
doi = "10.5937/a-u0-31678"
}
Pantić, M.. (2021). Considerations Regarding a New Settlement Typology in Serbia. in Arhitektura i urbanizam
Beograd : Institut za arhitekturu i urbanizam Srbije.(53), 7-21.
https://doi.org/10.5937/a-u0-31678
Pantić M. Considerations Regarding a New Settlement Typology in Serbia. in Arhitektura i urbanizam. 2021;(53):7-21.
doi:10.5937/a-u0-31678 .
Pantić, Marijana, "Considerations Regarding a New Settlement Typology in Serbia" in Arhitektura i urbanizam, no. 53 (2021):7-21,
https://doi.org/10.5937/a-u0-31678 . .

Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future

Pantić, Marijana; Cilliers, Juaneé; Cimadomo, Guido; Montaño, Fernando; Olufemi, Olusola; Torres Mallma, Sally; Van den Berg, Johan

(2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Cilliers, Juaneé
AU  - Cimadomo, Guido
AU  - Montaño, Fernando
AU  - Olufemi, Olusola
AU  - Torres Mallma, Sally
AU  - Van den Berg, Johan
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/637
AB  - The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred significant changes in the fields of economic development, social issues, everyday life, etc. Activities that used to depend on face-to-face communication were firstly suspended and then shifted to new forms of communication. This includes the public participation process in urban and spatial planning. Therefore, this study explores the new domain developed in urban and spatial planning with regard to public participation and surmises future realms in the post-pandemic era. On the occasion of the virtual collaboration platform Cyber Agora organized by the ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners), chosen participants got together virtually to share, discuss, and compare their practical knowledge in public participation before and during COVID-19. In addition, they addressed the potential benefits of shifting from traditional to virtual participation and potential benefits in the post-COVID-19 era. Considering the collected data and understanding them in the light of the available literature, this study concludes that the application of a combined approach (using both traditional and virtual modes of participation) is recommended because it would enable a larger number and higher diversity of participants. The study also elaborates particular modes of virtual participation with the pros and cons of their use in a particular context.
T2  - Land
T1  - Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future
VL  - 10
IS  - 12
SP  - 1379
DO  - 10.3390/land10121379
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pantić, Marijana and Cilliers, Juaneé and Cimadomo, Guido and Montaño, Fernando and Olufemi, Olusola and Torres Mallma, Sally and Van den Berg, Johan",
year = "2021",
abstract = "The COVID-19 pandemic has spurred significant changes in the fields of economic development, social issues, everyday life, etc. Activities that used to depend on face-to-face communication were firstly suspended and then shifted to new forms of communication. This includes the public participation process in urban and spatial planning. Therefore, this study explores the new domain developed in urban and spatial planning with regard to public participation and surmises future realms in the post-pandemic era. On the occasion of the virtual collaboration platform Cyber Agora organized by the ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners), chosen participants got together virtually to share, discuss, and compare their practical knowledge in public participation before and during COVID-19. In addition, they addressed the potential benefits of shifting from traditional to virtual participation and potential benefits in the post-COVID-19 era. Considering the collected data and understanding them in the light of the available literature, this study concludes that the application of a combined approach (using both traditional and virtual modes of participation) is recommended because it would enable a larger number and higher diversity of participants. The study also elaborates particular modes of virtual participation with the pros and cons of their use in a particular context.",
journal = "Land",
title = "Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future",
volume = "10",
number = "12",
pages = "1379",
doi = "10.3390/land10121379"
}
Pantić, M., Cilliers, J., Cimadomo, G., Montaño, F., Olufemi, O., Torres Mallma, S.,& Van den Berg, J.. (2021). Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future. in Land, 10(12), 1379.
https://doi.org/10.3390/land10121379
Pantić M, Cilliers J, Cimadomo G, Montaño F, Olufemi O, Torres Mallma S, Van den Berg J. Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future. in Land. 2021;10(12):1379.
doi:10.3390/land10121379 .
Pantić, Marijana, Cilliers, Juaneé, Cimadomo, Guido, Montaño, Fernando, Olufemi, Olusola, Torres Mallma, Sally, Van den Berg, Johan, "Challenges and Opportunities for Public Participation in Urban and Regional Planning during the COVID-19 Pandemic—Lessons Learned for the Future" in Land, 10, no. 12 (2021):1379,
https://doi.org/10.3390/land10121379 . .
7

Urban and Spatial Planning: Pragmatic Considerations for Plan Implementation Improvements (A Case Study of the City of Bor)

Nikolić, Dragana; Pantić, Marijana; Jokić, Vesna

(2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Nikolić, Dragana
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Jokić, Vesna
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/636
AB  - The main task of planning documents is to achieve maximal rationality in the use of space, spatial resources, and balanced territorial development. The preparation of plans is regulated by a legislative framework, which embraces multiple phases and stakeholders. In a perfect planning process, it would be expected that all the elements are well coordinated and brought to common understanding, but in reality, obstacles and challenges can occur in any of these steps, especially in the implementation phase. Although a plan is fully prepared to be practiced, its implementation might be omitted. Therefore, this article analyzes the full process of spatial and urban planning from the perspective of plan implementation. The methodology is based on a combination of different data collection methods (interviews, fieldwork, direct observation) with the analysis of plans and the particular mention of those plans that picture the implementation issues the most. Also, legislative acts and semi-annual and annual reports on the achievements of the local government budget are analyzed. The approach indicates that plan implementation depends the most on the willingness of the government to perform changes in the system and to peruse punitive policy comprehensively. Although it is about implementation at the local level, the success primarily depends on clear definitions given in the legislative acts, freedom of the local communities to make their own decisions, and financial decentralization, side by side with the regional and local circumstances, institutional technical and staff capacities, and application of participatory planning that involves actors from various sectors.
T2  - SAGE Open Journal
T1  - Urban and Spatial Planning: Pragmatic Considerations for Plan Implementation Improvements (A Case Study of the City of Bor)
VL  - 11
IS  - 1
SP  - 1
EP  - 14
DO  - 10.1177/2158244021994554
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Nikolić, Dragana and Pantić, Marijana and Jokić, Vesna",
year = "2021",
abstract = "The main task of planning documents is to achieve maximal rationality in the use of space, spatial resources, and balanced territorial development. The preparation of plans is regulated by a legislative framework, which embraces multiple phases and stakeholders. In a perfect planning process, it would be expected that all the elements are well coordinated and brought to common understanding, but in reality, obstacles and challenges can occur in any of these steps, especially in the implementation phase. Although a plan is fully prepared to be practiced, its implementation might be omitted. Therefore, this article analyzes the full process of spatial and urban planning from the perspective of plan implementation. The methodology is based on a combination of different data collection methods (interviews, fieldwork, direct observation) with the analysis of plans and the particular mention of those plans that picture the implementation issues the most. Also, legislative acts and semi-annual and annual reports on the achievements of the local government budget are analyzed. The approach indicates that plan implementation depends the most on the willingness of the government to perform changes in the system and to peruse punitive policy comprehensively. Although it is about implementation at the local level, the success primarily depends on clear definitions given in the legislative acts, freedom of the local communities to make their own decisions, and financial decentralization, side by side with the regional and local circumstances, institutional technical and staff capacities, and application of participatory planning that involves actors from various sectors.",
journal = "SAGE Open Journal",
title = "Urban and Spatial Planning: Pragmatic Considerations for Plan Implementation Improvements (A Case Study of the City of Bor)",
volume = "11",
number = "1",
pages = "1-14",
doi = "10.1177/2158244021994554"
}
Nikolić, D., Pantić, M.,& Jokić, V.. (2021). Urban and Spatial Planning: Pragmatic Considerations for Plan Implementation Improvements (A Case Study of the City of Bor). in SAGE Open Journal, 11(1), 1-14.
https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244021994554
Nikolić D, Pantić M, Jokić V. Urban and Spatial Planning: Pragmatic Considerations for Plan Implementation Improvements (A Case Study of the City of Bor). in SAGE Open Journal. 2021;11(1):1-14.
doi:10.1177/2158244021994554 .
Nikolić, Dragana, Pantić, Marijana, Jokić, Vesna, "Urban and Spatial Planning: Pragmatic Considerations for Plan Implementation Improvements (A Case Study of the City of Bor)" in SAGE Open Journal, 11, no. 1 (2021):1-14,
https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244021994554 . .
1

Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?

Cilliers, Juaneé; Simarmata, Hendricus Andy; Taufiqurrahman, T.; Olufemi, Olusola; Cimadomo, Guido; Pantić, Marijana; Cap, Constant; Treske, Eric; Kumar, Rajendra; Nakil, Seemantini; Van den Berg, Johan; Holmquist, Kate; Montaño, Fernando; Torres, Sally; D’hondt, Frank

(ISOCARP, 2020)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Cilliers, Juaneé
AU  - Simarmata, Hendricus Andy
AU  - Taufiqurrahman, T.
AU  - Olufemi, Olusola
AU  - Cimadomo, Guido
AU  - Pantić, Marijana
AU  - Cap, Constant
AU  - Treske, Eric
AU  - Kumar, Rajendra
AU  - Nakil, Seemantini
AU  - Van den Berg, Johan
AU  - Holmquist, Kate
AU  - Montaño, Fernando
AU  - Torres, Sally
AU  - D’hondt, Frank
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://raumplan.iaus.ac.rs/handle/123456789/633
AB  - City and Regional planning should be accompanied by a thorough understanding of the contemporary social dynamics of the place and the implications it has for the people and other species who inhabit and use these places. As a result, territorial planning has been increasingly linked to participatory planning approaches in most politically and fiscally decentralised countries, to create sustainable living spaces through a bottom-up approach. Participatory planning again aiming to translate global solutions locally, giving local accents. The recent Covid19 health and related economic crises brought even more complexity to the planning table, emphasising the need for supplementary stakeholder and public participation using virtual platforms. Thanks to the pandemic crisis, planners across the globe are increasingly engaged with virtual participatory approaches, some with more success than others, due to various social, economic and cultural reasons. In an attempt to contextualise the challenges and opportunities of virtual participatory planning, this paper captures reflections of purposefully selected professional planners, all members of the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), who indicated an affinity with participatory planning approaches and the challenges and opportunities that the virtual platform provides. Specific focus was placed on a) challenges of virtual planning and b) opportunities of virtual participation - to draw conclusions on whether virtual participatory planning is only a hype, or would become the new normal for city and regional planning.
PB  - ISOCARP
C3  - Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress “Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals”
T1  - Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?
SP  - 1513
EP  - 1525
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Cilliers, Juaneé and Simarmata, Hendricus Andy and Taufiqurrahman, T. and Olufemi, Olusola and Cimadomo, Guido and Pantić, Marijana and Cap, Constant and Treske, Eric and Kumar, Rajendra and Nakil, Seemantini and Van den Berg, Johan and Holmquist, Kate and Montaño, Fernando and Torres, Sally and D’hondt, Frank",
year = "2020",
abstract = "City and Regional planning should be accompanied by a thorough understanding of the contemporary social dynamics of the place and the implications it has for the people and other species who inhabit and use these places. As a result, territorial planning has been increasingly linked to participatory planning approaches in most politically and fiscally decentralised countries, to create sustainable living spaces through a bottom-up approach. Participatory planning again aiming to translate global solutions locally, giving local accents. The recent Covid19 health and related economic crises brought even more complexity to the planning table, emphasising the need for supplementary stakeholder and public participation using virtual platforms. Thanks to the pandemic crisis, planners across the globe are increasingly engaged with virtual participatory approaches, some with more success than others, due to various social, economic and cultural reasons. In an attempt to contextualise the challenges and opportunities of virtual participatory planning, this paper captures reflections of purposefully selected professional planners, all members of the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP), who indicated an affinity with participatory planning approaches and the challenges and opportunities that the virtual platform provides. Specific focus was placed on a) challenges of virtual planning and b) opportunities of virtual participation - to draw conclusions on whether virtual participatory planning is only a hype, or would become the new normal for city and regional planning.",
publisher = "ISOCARP",
journal = "Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress “Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals”",
title = "Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?",
pages = "1513-1525"
}
Cilliers, J., Simarmata, H. A., Taufiqurrahman, T., Olufemi, O., Cimadomo, G., Pantić, M., Cap, C., Treske, E., Kumar, R., Nakil, S., Van den Berg, J., Holmquist, K., Montaño, F., Torres, S.,& D’hondt, F.. (2020). Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?. in Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress “Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals”
ISOCARP., 1513-1525.
Cilliers J, Simarmata HA, Taufiqurrahman T, Olufemi O, Cimadomo G, Pantić M, Cap C, Treske E, Kumar R, Nakil S, Van den Berg J, Holmquist K, Montaño F, Torres S, D’hondt F. Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?. in Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress “Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals”. 2020;:1513-1525..
Cilliers, Juaneé, Simarmata, Hendricus Andy, Taufiqurrahman, T., Olufemi, Olusola, Cimadomo, Guido, Pantić, Marijana, Cap, Constant, Treske, Eric, Kumar, Rajendra, Nakil, Seemantini, Van den Berg, Johan, Holmquist, Kate, Montaño, Fernando, Torres, Sally, D’hondt, Frank, "Virtual public participation during the Covid-19 crises Hype or new normal for city planning?" in Proceedings of the 56th ISOCARP World Planning Congress “Post-Oil City: Planning for Urban Green Deals” (2020):1513-1525.