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Figiel Szczepan (Instytut Ekonomiki Rolnictwa i Gospodarki Żywnościowej - PIB, Warszawa), Kufel Justyna (Instytut Ekonomiki Rolnictwa i Gospodarki Żywnościowej - PIB, Warszawa)
Przydatność modeli zachowań i wpływu grup interesów w przewidywaniu kształtu polityki rolnej
Usefulness of the Models of Interest Groups Behavior and Influence in Foreseeing the Shape of Agricultural Policy
Roczniki Nauk Rolniczych. Seria G, Ekonomika Rolnictwa, 2011, t. 98, z. 3, s. 42-52, bibliogr. 22 poz.
Annals of Agricultural Science. Series G, Economy
Polityka rolna, System społeczno-ekonomiczny, Grupa interesu
Agricultural policy, Social economic system, Interest group
streszcz., summ.
W artykule przedstawiono istotę teoretycznych modeli zachowań i wpływu grup interesu oraz syntetyczną ocenę ich przydatności w przewidywaniu i wyjaśnianiu kształtu polityki rolnej. W szczególności wskazano ograniczenia i możliwości związane z zastosowaniem tych modeli w objaśnianiu przebiegu procesu dochodzenia do określonych rozstrzygnięć w postaci konkretnych instrumentów realizacji tej polityki w danych uwarunkowaniach społeczno-ekonomicznych. (abstrakt oryginalny)

This paper presents the essence of the models of interest groups' behavior and influence as well as a concise evaluation of their usefulness in foreseeing the expected shape of agricultural policy. In particular, limitations and possibilities connected with the use of such models in explaining how the process of reaching specific solutions in the form of concrete instruments to implement that policy under given socio-economic conditions were indicated. (original abstract)
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