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Challenges of education and innovation: proceedings of the Fourth Green Week Scientific Conference

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  • Labar, Kelly
  • Petrick, Martin
  • Buchenrieder, Gertrud
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CONTENTS: ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS... I; ABOUT THE MACE PROJECT... III; PLENARY PRESENTATIONS ... 1; Applying an E-teaming approach in modern agribusiness education... 3, Elena G. Kashtanova, Elke M. Leeds; The missing link: Challenge to develop practicing smallholders as professionals and agripreneurs ... 10, William M. Rivera; EXTENSION SERVICES ... 21; Social and political context of agriculture advisory services in the Republic of Tajikistan... 23, Andreas Mandler; Public and private agriculture extension services in Albania - Current situation and future perspectives... 33, Drini Imami, Luciano Leonetti, Andi Stefanllari, Edvin Zhllima; The role of agricultural extension agent networks in knowledge provision for farmers in Eastern Hungary ... 48, Krisztina Dajnoki, Károly Pető, Norbert Grasselli; EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT ... 57; Culture as a toolkit to investigate educational processes in development projects ... 59, Stefan Wolf; Education as a determinant of the economic activity of rural inhabitants on the Polish labour market... 68, Nina Drejerska; MARKET AND PRICES... 77; Environmental effects and implications of biofuels in the EU and US - Theoretical framework and empirical analysis... 79, Jadwiga Ziolkowska, Leo Simon; Fortune favours fools - Are complex algorithms for price expectation worthwhile?... 89, Franziska Appel, Arlette Ostermeyer; RURAL DEVELOPMENT ... 101; Designing the 'Rural Sensitive Evaluation Model' based upon LEADER principles and its testing in four Serbian municipalities ... 103, Branislav Milic; Tea-Intercropping - A socio environmental Study in Xishuangbanna, Southwest-China ... 113, Asaf Leshem, Thomas Aenis, Patrick Artur Grötz; Innovation histories and their interdependency - A situation analysis of selected villages in Xishuangbanna, Southwest-China... 119, Patrick Artur Grötz, Thomas Aenis, Lixia Tang, Uwe Jens Nagel, Volker Hoffmann; LAND USE AND PRODUCTIVITY... 129; Land degradation from agricultural activities in Uzbekistan: A review of evidence ... 131, Farhod Ahrorov; Land consolidation for increasing cotton production in Uzbekistan: Also adequat for triggering rural development? ... 140, Nodir Djanibekov, John P.A. Lamers, Ihtiyor Bobojonov

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This book is provided by Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) in its series Studies on the Agricultural and Food Sector in Transition Economies with number 96199 and published in 2010.
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  1. Lerman, Zvi, 2008. "Agricultural Development in Uzbekistan: The Effect of Ongoing Reforms," Discussion Papers 37945, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Department of Agricultural Economics and Management.
  2. Nodir DJANIBEKOV, 2008. "A Micro-Economic Analysis of Farm Restructuring in Khorezm Region, Uzbekistan," Economics and Applied Informatics, "Dunarea de Jos" University of Galati, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, issue 1, pages 19-24.
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