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Determinants of Commercial Orientation and Sustainability of Agricultural Production of the Individual Farms in Romania (Development Economics and Policy) download ebook

by Borbala E Balint,Franz Heidhues,Joachim Braun

Determinants of Commercial Orientation and Sustainability of Agricultural Production of the Individual Farms in Romania (Development Economics and Policy) download ebook
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0820498238
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978-0820498232
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Borbala E Balint,Franz Heidhues,Joachim Braun
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Peter Lang Publishing; 1st edition (February 21, 2007)
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164 pages
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Development Economics and Policy. Borbala Eszter Balint. The study examines which constraints should be addressed to promote commercial orientation and how commercial orientation and ecological sustainability are related. Subsistence farming, a widespread phenomenon in developing countries, emerged as well in Central and East European and former Soviet Union countries during their transformation process from a centrally planned to a market economy.

Determinants of commercial orientation and sustainability of agricultural production of the individual farms in Romania. The dinamics in agricultural development in Bulgaria over the period 2000 - 2010 and in particular the changes appeared after 2007 are analysed. Factors affecting the changes observed as well as causing changes in farm structures after joining the EU are subject of the book.

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Agricultural production must double . To combat world hunger successfully, it is important to address the diverse, long term causes of underfeeding and malnutrition. In high-income economies a majority of the waste is either at the farm - where products are discarded because they do not meet quality specifications or because of over production - or by the end user. ed real asset funds that adhere to the UN principles for responsible investment (PRI) seek to finance mitigation activities or at least consider mitigation in the due diligence of the investments.

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Subsistence farming, a widespread phenomenon in developing countries, emerged as well in Central and East European and former Soviet Union countries during their transformation process from a centrally planned to a market economy. Romania is one of the Eastern European countries with a large share of subsistence farmers where the commercialization of agriculture could be a means of reducing rural poverty and increasing the competitiveness of agriculture, although with possibly detrimental effects on the environment. The study examines which constraints should be addressed to promote commercial orientation and how commercial orientation and ecological sustainability are related. Based on an agricultural household survey in 2003 and with the help of economietric analysis, the research finds that, against the conventional wisdom, in the current Romanian context commercial orientation and ecological sustainability are positively related. Moreover, commercial orientation is negatively influenced by high transaction costs related to the lack of demand from processing factories and wholesalers as well as lack of cooperation.