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  1. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    September, 2007
    France, Belgium, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Italy, Austria, Netherlands, Czech Republic

    The effects of subsidies on the development of organic farming (OF) in the Czech Republic and in some selected EU countries are analysed in this article. The level of subsidies for OF in the Czech Republic is continuously increasing. In 1998, the total amount of subsidies was 48 million CZK, whereas in 2004, it increased to nearly 277 million CZK. The increase of subsidies led to an increase in the number of organic farms as well as the area under OF.

  2. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    September, 2007
    Spain

    This paper aims to contribute further research on the conceptualization of agricultural multifunctionality through quantitative methods. The empirical analysis is based on a large dataset (Agrobarometre of Andalusia) consisting of self-reported measures of individual opinions on multifunctionality. Ordered probit models are proposed to analyze the extent to which individuals' perceptions of multifunctionality can be explained not only by individual and regional characteristics, but more importantly, by the preferences individuals have for a given type of agriculture.

  3. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    October, 2007
    Hungary

    Agricultural economics and its part, rural economics plays a determining role in Hungary. Most rural families perform self-sufficientfarm production for a living. In the present conditions of infrastructure and human resources, there are regions where the only rural alternativefor employment is agriculture. There are significant differences among the regions considering natural resources and equipment available forfarm production, and these differences affect potential income (Vörös et al. 1999).

  4. Library Resource
    Journal Articles & Books
    October, 2007
    Hungary

    Land, as it constitutes one of the bases of agricultural production, has a special position in the economic-judiciary surroundings ofstates. In Hungarian history, land ownership has undergone many radical transitions. The decade starting from the political and land regulationreform is a short time in land tenure. In spite of it, there have been several important changes in land ownership structure. In the 1970s and80s, large agricultural firms, especially co-operatives and state farms, were common in Hungary.

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