MOVEMENT POPULATION IN THE SECOND OF XX AND BEGINNING OF XXI CENTURY: THE CASE NORTHEASTERN MONTENEGRO

Goran Rajovic, Jelisavka Bulatovic
2013 Russian Journal of Agricultural and Socio-Economic Sciences  
This paper analyzes population trends northeast of Montenegro in the second half of the twentieth and early twenty-first century. The population has increased in the period 1948-2003 to 2.16%, but with a tendency to decline from 1981. The population in are period 1981-2003, decreased by 14,674, or 21.16 %. Parameters of natural population indicate a negative trend. So the natural increase in 2003 in the municipality was Andrijevica -4.6 ‰, in the municipality of Plav 4.21 ‰, and Berane 9.29 ‰,
more » ... and Berane 9.29 ‰, significantly lower than in the beginning of the seventies. Population migration indicates uneven density and population concentration. The existence of a large number of settlements up to 500 populations (81) is not suitable for modern flow to vital economic development of the region.
doi:10.18551/rjoas.2013-01.09 fatcat:tiqoxvtm7vhkdeotcczmwv4nlq