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Relationship of Agri-Environmental Management and Rural Development in Accordance with the Accession to the European Union

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  • Katona-Kovacs, Judit

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The structural, institutional, technical and technological regulation of Hungarian agricultural − as preparation for the new tasks − has not overtaken the participation in the competition of the single market. It is very important to become the organiser of the process. Regarding Hungary's natural and social facilities it is common weal to create a long term strategy for agricultural which has been missing for years. The main objective of the research is to examine rural development and agri-environmental elements inside the agricultural system. Confirm the hypothesis that the application of multifunctional agriculture determined by the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) − with supportive political background − could be a promotional factor of the Hungarian national economy.

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  • Katona-Kovacs, Judit, 2006. "Relationship of Agri-Environmental Management and Rural Development in Accordance with the Accession to the European Union," PhD Theses 11998, University of Debrecen, Faculty of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:udebph:11998
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