Applying Sustainable Value Methodology for Hungarian Agriculture
The Sustainable Value method is a promising approach for accessing sustainability performance of a given activity using the concept of opportunity cost and the performance of a given benchmark. In this study the performance of the Hungarian agriculture is studied. Using FADN data for the period of 2002-2006, the possible effect of the EU accession on agricultural production is examined. Structural, economic and human factors are considered in order to gain better understanding of the differences.
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- Victor, Peter A., 1991. "Indicators of sustainable development: some lessons from capital theory," Ecological Economics, Elsevier, vol. 4(3), pages 191-213, December.
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