Public Goods in theModel of the Agricultural Development: The Theoretical Approach
AbstractThe aim of this paper is the presentation of the role of public goods in the concept of the multifunction agriculture. One paid attention on premises and restrictions in the development of the agricultural sector in new conditions social-economic. We were presented the review of the concept of the multifunctional agriculture, indicating his different measurements. As the point of departure of considerations, one accepted the proof of differences among private and public goods. A basic difficulty is the proper valuation of public goods and the possibility of the configuration of the mechanism providing incoming for their production. The realisation of the multifunctional agriculture concept encounters obstacles such as difficulties in separating private and public goods as well as taking appropriate methods of the other estimation. In this paper we show that taking into consideration more complex and integrated approach of the agricultural functions realisation allows to use the resources better in economy as a whole.
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This chapter was published in: Andrzej Czyzewski & Piotr Kulyk , , pages 445-454, 2011.
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agriculture policy; multifunctionality agriculture; public goods;
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