Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Józef Pyrgies.|
|Series||Studies & analyses -- 47, Studies & analyses (CASE (Organization : Warsaw, Poland)) -- 47.|
|Contributions||CASE (Organization : Warsaw, Poland)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
25 years of Polish agriculture. Food security in Europe - introduction 7 Chapter 1. Agricultural map of Poland 8 Chapter 2. Evolution of transformations in Polish agriculture in the years – 12 Chapter 3. Food security in a globalising economy 14 Chapter 4. Challenges for the agrifood sector in the modern world 16 Chapter 5. Competences Center in Puławy prepared a report called “25 Years of Polish Agriculture. Food safety in Europe”. The Report was officially presented on November 26th, during the “Science, Business, Agriculture” conference at Puławy Science-Technology Park. This year’s conference was co-organized by Grupa Azoty PUŁAWY. The presentation of the Report was followed by a discussion. The analysis of property transformation process in Polish agriculture in the years Rafał Baum August Cieszkowski Agricultural University of Pozna ń Department of Food and Agricultural Economics Ul. Wojska Polski Pozna ń (Poland) e-mail: [email protected] Agriculture in Poland has always been an important part of the country's economy. Out of , hectares of agricultural land (about 60 percent of Poland's total area), 14,, hectares were used for crop cultivation, , for orchards, and about 4,, for .
Structure and Ownership of Agricultural Land in Poland in the First Years of New Millennium 88 Altogether, in the years the area of agricultural land decreased from roughly million hectares to million hectares. The biggest decreases took place within the lake districts and in the Carpathians, where the poor agricultural land has. The Polish agricultural sector and food processing industry was the first industry to follow market economy because of agriculture's significance in the Polish economy and the dominant role of private ownership in agriculture. Full price liberalization, internal convertibility of the Polish currency, and liberalization of foreign trade completely changed the situation in agriculture. About 2 million family farms, employing approximately percent of the labor force, supply Poland's agricultural output. As a result of land reforms in the s, when the country's large estates were divided up under communist rule, Polish farms are generally small, averaging about 15 acres. This is changing as much bigger farms are being developed, but the majority of farmers are unable. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.
6 Land Transformation in Agriculture available after a lapse of years or decades. For others, recognition of incipient and unwanted changes provides a basis tor immediate changes in manage-ment. The case studies in Section II of this volume, rather than being separate, form an integral part of the design of the project. The original and current. The book is based on the knowledge and experience of scientists from countries in the region investigated, who have the best understanding of the subject matter and have observed the transformations. It is intended for researchers exploring the development of the countryside and practitioners dealing with regional and national development. title: Agricultural economics and transition: What was expected, what we observed, the lessons learned. Proceedings (Volume I) + Citations at Google Scholar by the title: abstract. The process of transformation of Polish economy, especially ownership transformations in agriculture and transformation of property rights, mainly related to the liquidation of unprofitable state agricultural holdings, and later inclusion of Poland into mechanism of the.