Agricultural economics and transition: What was expected, what we observed, the lessons learned. Proceedings (Volume II)
AbstractOver fifteen years have elapsed since the transition from the centrally planned economic system started in the early 1990's. During this time agricultural and rural areas of Central and Eastern Europe have undergone profound structural changes with wide variations in the degree of transformation and in the rate of success in creating a competitive market and private ownership based food and agricultural system. By becoming member of the European Union the 'transition' in its traditional interpretation has been concluded in ten of the Central East European countries. The transition to market based agriculture, however, is far from completion in Southern and Eastern Europe and especially in the CIS countries. CONTENTS: From public to private governance of agri-food supply chains in transition countries: Some theoretical and empirical lesson; Johan F. M. Swinnen, Anneleen Vandeplas. Assessing market functioning: The case of the Hungarian milk chain; Heinrich Hockmann, Éva Voneki. Modelling dairy farm size distribution in Poland using an instrumental variable generalized cross entropy markov approach; Axel Tonini, Roel Jongeneel. Spatial integration on the hungarian milk Market; Lajos Zoltán Bakucs, Imre Ferto. Some approaches to the analysis of market structure's impact in milk commodity chain; Petr Novák. A comparative analysis of the meat sector in Hungary and Emilia-Romagna: Performance and efficiency; Cristina Brasili, Roberto Fanfani, Elisa Ricci Maccarini, Irene Monasterolo. Bottlenecks and success factors for the introduction of quality assurance schemes in the agri-food secto; Xavier Gellynck, Bianka Kühne, Adrienn Molnár. The impact of trust on co-operative membership performance and satisfaction in the hungarian horticulture; Lajos Zoltán Bakucs, Imre Ferto, Gábor G. Szabó. Integration of small and medium size farmers by co-operatives in the Hungarian fruit and vegetable sector - A case study; Gábor G. Szabó. Lessons on vertical collaboration in Ukraine; Taras Gagalyuk, Jon Hanf. Promoting sustainable market institutions in the transition economies: The role of international assistance; Nancy J. Cochrane. Role of research and researchers during transition: Case study of Lithuania; Natalija Kazlauskiene, William H. Meyers. Role of state administration in updating land-estate and farm-size conditions; Maria Fekete-Farkas, József Molnár, István Szucs. The role of professional agricultural economics associations in shaping national agricultural policy: The case of SERiA; Wojciech J. Florkowski. Some conceptional thoughts on the impact of social networks on non-farm rural employment; Diana Traikova, Judith Möllers, Jana Fritzsch, Gertrud Buchenrieder. Repayment performance under joint liability borrowing. Does social capital matter? - Evidence from Armenia; Milada Kasarjyan, Jana Fritzsch, Gertrud Buchenrieder, Rüdiger Korff. Agriculture in New Member States - Expectations and lessons learned; Jerzy Wilkin. Hungarian agriculture and EU Accession; Jozsef Popp, Gábor Udovecz. Implications of EU enlargement for agricultural markets in the New Member States; Myrna van Leeuven, Lubica Bartova, Robert M'barek, Emil Erjavec. Structural change and distribution of support in Hungarian agriculture following EU Accession: A preliminary FADN analysis; Carmen Hubbard, Szilárd Podruzsik, Lionel Hubbard. Consequences of the two record years of cereal intervention in Hungary; László Rieger, Gyula Szoke. Sustainability dimensions and income prospects for farming systems in the New Member States; Adriana Cristoiu, Francisco Caceres-Clavero, Blanca Lucena-Cobos. Assessing the implications of EU enlargement for CEEC agri-food trade specialization; Dusan Drabik, Lubica Bartova. The agricultural export-growth Nexus in the EU-27 an the country risk; Maria Sassi. The effect of CAP payments on territorial cohesion; Judit Katona-Kovács. Factors of efficiency change of assets on the EU-15 and Hungarian farms from 1990s; István Takács, Zsolt Baranyai, Emese Takács. The European regional policy in Hungary. An evaluation of the objectives and instruments for the cohesion; Irene Monasterolo. POSTERS: Land policy and farm efficiency: The lessons of Moldova; Dragos Cimpoies, Zvi Lerman. Transformation and its impact on structural changes in Polish agriculture; Renata Przygodzka, Ryta Iwona Dziemianowicz. Change in agricultural holdings structure during the transition period in Slovenia; Andrej Udovc. Large farms in Poland founded on the basis of the prooerty of former state-owned farms (PRGs); Adam Kagan. Changes in land utilisation in Hungary since the transition; Robert Magda. Transformation of agricultural sector of Ukrainian economy: Some social and economic results; Elena Borodina, Alexandra Borodina. Survival analysis of culling reasons and economic examination of production period in sow cullin; Péter Balogh, Imre Ertsey, Sándor Kovács. The effect of funding the investments in the Romanian agricultural holdings through the pre-accession programs; Camelia Toma, Camelia Gavrilescu, Lucian Luca. The institutional support of agricultural loans and its role in Czech agriculture; Lukás Cechura. Technological and economic risk analysis of laying hen breeding applying simulation; Sándor Kovács, Imre Ertsey, Péter Balogh. Impact assessment on milk incentive policies in Turkey: Antalya province case; Cengiz Sayin, M. Nisa Mencet, Suleyman Karaman. From subsistence to efficiency in the Romanian agriculture during transition; Dinu Gavrilescu, Camelia Gavrilescu. Longitudinal study of fruit and vegetable consumption in Hungary; Géza Székely, Dénes Pecze. Competitiveness of Polish food sector after the accession to the European Union; Iwona Szczepaniak, Monika Szczególska. Agricultural technology adoption and land productivity: Evidence from the rice-prawn gher farming system in Bangladesh; Basanta Kumar Barmon, Takumi Kondo, Fumio Osanami --
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Bibliographic InfoThis book is provided by Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (IAMO) in its series Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Central and Eastern Europe with number 92319 and published in 2008.
Volume: 44, Part II
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