Internal Competitiveness Erosion Of The Romanian Agri-Food Sector Erosion “Catalyzed” By The Economic-Financial Crisis
AbstractThe paper starts from the theoretical premise that the business environment of the operators from the agri-food economy is, greater influenced by the behaviour of certain essential macro-economic variables of the market economies. For this purpose, our methodological approach investigates the behaviour of six macro-economic variables (GDP, prices, inflation, exchange rate, budget and credit) during time periods for which relevant statistical data are available. Starting from the incidence of economic macro-variables upon the agri-food sector, a series of factors are identified and quantified that generated a strong erosion of farmers’ incomes (relative instability of production and real prices and the “aggressiveness” of real prices of non-agricultural inputs).
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Institute of Agricultural Economics in its journal Agricultural Economics and Rural Development.
Volume (Year): 6 (2009)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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macroeconomic variable; agri-food sector; sectoral real prices; price scissors; relative instability;
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