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Agrarian Sustainability and Its Governance Understanding Evaluation Improvement


  • Hrabrin BACHEV

    () (Institute of Agricultural Economics Sofia Bulgaria)

  • Bodjidar IVANOV

    () (Institute of Agricultural Economics Sofia Bulgaria)

  • Desislava TOTEVA

    () (Institute of Agricultural Economics Sofia Bulgaria)

  • Emilia SOKOLOVA

    () (Institute of Agricultural Economics Sofia Bulgaria)


Research on agrarian sustainability and its governance is still at the beginning stage due to the newness of the problem emerging new challenges fundamental modernization during recent years lack of long term experiences and relevant data application of narrow certain form or management level one dimensional unisectorial normative without transaction costs etc approaches The goal of this paper is to suggest a modern holistic and practical framework for analyzing and assessing the system of governance of agrarian sustainability Interdisciplinary frameworks of the New Institutional Economics and Sustainable Development are incorporated and agrarian sustainability property defined principle mechanisms and modes of governance institutions market private public hybrid of agrarian sustainability classified and a holistic approach for identifying components and factors assessing efficiency of governance and sustainability levels and improving the system of governance presented

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  • Hrabrin BACHEV & Bodjidar IVANOV & Desislava TOTEVA & Emilia SOKOLOVA, 2016. "Agrarian Sustainability and Its Governance Understanding Evaluation Improvement," Journal of Advanced Research in Management, ASERS Publishing, vol. 7(4), pages 639-663.
  • Handle: RePEc:srs:jemt00:v:7:y:2016:i:4:p:639-663

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    1. Hrabrin Bachev & Bozhidar Ivanov & Emilia Sokolova & Desislava Toteva, 2017. "Agricultural Sustainability in Bulgaria – Levels and Factors," International Journal of Environmental Sciences & Natural Resources, Juniper Publishers Inc., vol. 6(2), pages 42-51, November.

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