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Economic Effectivity Of Fairs €“ Kava Model Testing On Agricultural Exhibitions

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  • Karpati, Laszlo
  • Varga, Levente

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This paper discusses the first experiences with the newly-developed KAVA-model. This model works on cash basis and evaluates cash inflow, outflow and Net Cash-Flow (NCF) in connection with four different interest groups connected to the given exhibition. The model was tested on four different exhibitions: Farmerexpo (Debrecen, Hungary) in 2005 and 2006, OMÉK (Budapest, Hungary) from 2005 and Polagra- Farm (Poznan, Poland) 2006. The different fairs can be compared by their relative „economic values†that makes the auditing more reliable.

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  • Karpati, Laszlo & Varga, Levente, 2009. "Economic Effectivity Of Fairs €“ Kava Model Testing On Agricultural Exhibitions," APSTRACT: Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce, AGRIMBA, vol. 3.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:apstra:53579
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