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Author
Zsolt Baranyai, Takács István
Title
Factors of Cooperation in Technical Development of Farms in Hungary
Source
Roczniki Naukowe Stowarzyszenia Ekonomistów Rolnictwa i Agrobiznesu, 2007, T. 9, z. 1, s. 18-22, bibliogr. 9 poz.
Keyword
Rolnictwo, Rozwój rolnictwa, Strategia rozwoju rolnictwa, Gospodarstwa rolne, Innowacje techniczne, Infrastruktura techniczna rolnictwa, Przedsiębiorstwo rolne
Agriculture, Rural development, Agricultural development strategy, Arable farm, Technical innovations, Technical infrastructure of agricultural, Agricultural enterprises
Note
summ.
Country
Węgry
Hungary
Abstract
Przeanalizowano czynniki wpływające na rozwój techniczny przedsiębiorstw rolniczych na Węgrzech. (oryg. streszcz.)

Factors of Cooperation in Technical Development of Farms in Hungary After the political and economic changes of the early 1990s in Hungary, a large number of privately-owned farms were set up, which continue to be plagued by structural and efficiency problems as well as dilemmas regarding the allocation of resources, largely due to unfounded and improvisative support policies. In Western European agricultural sectors, different forms of cooperation have been established and practised for a long time and have proven adequate; on the other hand, local adaptations are repeatedly unsuccessful because of the reluctance of farmers in Hungary. The study aims at exploring the relationship between the farmers' willingness to cooperate and the characteristics of the farm, and at describing the factors or traits that encourage or discourage cooperation. In addition, the paper discusses the efficiency of the currently available forms of cooperation, and assesses the feasibility of a competitive agricultural sector based on the cooperation and association of farmers. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1508-3535
Language
eng
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