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The Economic Analysis of Agricultural Enterprises in Sustainable Development Aspect

  • Wajszczuk, Karol
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    The economic analysis of chosen plant production in big agricultural enterprises in sustainable development aspect is the aim of the paper. The results of the research indicated, that it is possible to use environmentally friendly technologies if economic motivation system stimulating their development is created. These technologies can be characterised by low level of direct costs with profitable indexes at the same time. The advantage of using such technologies is profitable index of production with obtaining middle yields which is essential from the point of view of food over-production and obtaining more healthy food.

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    Paper provided by International Farm Management Association in its series 13th Congress, Wageningen, The Netherlands, July 7-12, 2002 with number 6965.

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    Handle: RePEc:ags:ifma02:6965
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