Information & Consulting Support for Management of Agrarian Economic Sector Stable Development
The article covers the theoretical and methodological issues of information and consulting support for the management of agricultural sector stable development. The principles and forms of information & consulting organization have been also spotlighted. The experience of providing consulting services for agriculture has been analyzed. The specifics of information & consulting service establishing in the national agricultural sector have been defined. The main directions of information & consulting support for the sustainable agriculture development have been considered. The recommendations on innovation exploration with the help of information and consulting service have also been provided by the authors. The system of information and consulting services for farms and businesses has been proposed. Moreover, it has been noted that the information & consulting service is the link between science, education and production. The main working directions of this service are: information, consulting, innovation, training, exhibiting and publishing activity as well as participation in the agricultural policy development and implementation.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
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