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  1. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2007
    Netherlands

    De agrarische grondprijs wordt in verstedelijkte gebieden van Nederland gedomineerd door de mate van stedelijke druk. Daartegenover staat dat in de meer afgelegen landbouwgebieden de hoogte van diezelfde agrarische grondprijs in belangrijke mate bepaald wordt door de verhouding tussen het aantal kopers en verkopers op lokale agrarische grondmarkten. Dit blijkt uit de resultaten van een hedonisch prijsmodel dat het LEI en Wageningen Universiteit samen hebben ontwikkeld.

  2. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2007
    Netherlands

    Sinds het vrijlaten van de prijs van onverpachte grond, in 1963, heeft er in Nederland zowel eind jaren zeventig als eind jaren negentig een explosieve grondprijsstijging plaats gevonden, gevolgd door een bijna even forse daling. De reële grondprijsontwikkeling laat zien dat beide pieken ongeveer even hoog zijn. Voor elk van de 2 perioden werd in dit onderzoek de prijs afgezet tegen de verhandelde oppervlakte. Dat leverde in beide gevallen een cyclus op.

  3. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2007
    Canada, United States of America, Europe

    This study develops a dynamic multi-output model of farmers’ crop allocation decisions that allows estimation of both short-run and long-run adjustments to a wide array of economic incentives. The method can be used to inform decision makers on a number of issues including agricultural policy reform and environmental regulation. The model allows estimation of dynamic effects relating to price expectations adjustment, investment lags, and crop rotation constraints.

  4. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    July, 2007
    Turkey, Europe

    Ownership of agricultural land is very fragmented in Turkey, as is the case in countries within central Europe. This prevents agricultural efficiency from reaching desired levels. Land consolidation involves redistributing land ownership so that individual farmers own fewer, larger, more compact and more contiguous land parcels. In Turkey, generally voluntary land consolidation projects are performed, while some financial limitations and political conditions prevent land consolidation reach to its desired level.

  5. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2007
    Latvia

    The object of the study reflected in the paper is the market sector of agricultural lands in Latvia. The goal set out in this scientific paper is to explore the development trends current in the target sector of the market and identify problems and barriers to successful progress common to the entire real estate market in this country.

  6. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    December, 2007
    Latvia

    The ongoing processes in agriculture, and the national economy in general, as well as continuous targeted reconstruction of the European Union Common Agricultural and Rural Development Policy, and other processes of globalisation and international integration, steadily and directly resound to Latvia, and create new objectives related to the use of land. The agreement on rural development adopted during the European Union Salzburg Conference has also established or determined new functions for the use of land.

  7. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    May, 2007
    Hungary

    The aim of this study was to analyse the Hungarian land market and the changes that have occurred since the EU accession as well as to present the tendencies of the development. The demand in Hungary is primarily for outstanding and good quality land of favourable location in certain regions or large plots of arable and forest land. Scattered, wedged properties of small size or of unclear ownership (undivided common land) are difficult to sell.

  8. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    May, 2007
    Slovakia

    The agricultural land market in Slovakia has noted an increased dynamics recently. This situation is the result of entering big foreign investors, particularly car factories which bought agricultural land for construction purposes. It resulted in the raised prices of plots. Agricultural land prices sold for further agricultural use are markedly lower from those in the EU-15. Such prices are the third lowest ones within the new EU member countries.

  9. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    May, 2007
    Slovakia

    As long as the land market in Slovakia is not completely developed and land market prices introduced, the officially assigned land prices are practically in use. At the present time, land prices should express the supply prices, which cover the income effect of the land site under the socially necessary costs. Thus, centrally assigned fixed land prices could represent the effective prices in this transient period. Official prices are actually also used for fiscal purposes and to solve land property rights.

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