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Publikacje Programu Wieloletniego 2015-2019

Nr 75.1 The CAP and national priorities within the EU budget after 2020

Autorzy:
Marek Wigier (red.), Andrzej Kowalski (red.)
Rok publikacji
2018
Miejsce wydania:
Warszawa
Stron:
318
Oprawa:
B5
ISBN:
978-83-7658-751-6
ISSN:
DOI:
10.30858/pw/9788376587516
Objętość:
ark. wyd. 21,45
cena:
bezpłatna wersja elektroniczna

Opis:

This monograph was prepared under the Multi-Annual Programme 2015-2019 “The Polish and the EU agricultures 2020+. Challenges, chances, threats, proposals”. The publication is a collection of selected papers delivered at the 23rd edition of the International Scientific Conference organized by the Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics - National Research Institute. The theme of the conference was ”The CAP and national priorities within the EU budget after 2020”. The conference was placed on 11-13 June 2018 in Lidzbark Warmiński in Poland.

Contents

The CAP and national priorities within the EU budget after 2020 - Dr Marek Wigier

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.1
1. CAP between 2020 and 2027 – legislative proposals of the European Commission - Prof. dr hab. Andrzej Kowalski

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.2
2. Holistic risk management as a response to budgetary constraints - Prof. dr hab. Jacek Kulawik, mgr Grzegorz Konat, dr Michał Soliwoda, dr Joanna Pawłowska-Tyszko

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.3
3. Economic and social features of contemporary development of the Czech agriculture and rural areas - Prof. Vera Majerová, Ing. Jirí Sálus, Ing. Tereza Smékalová

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.4
4. To whom belongs the future of rural prosperity 2020+? - PhD Rita Vilke, PhD Živile Gedminaite-Raudone

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.5
5. The specificity of economic integration processes in agriculture - Prof. Julian Krzyżanowski

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.6
6. The Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union – main challenges for a new budget PhD Justyna Góral, Prof. Anatoliy Pilyavskyy

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.7
7. Problems and risks linked with investment supports in agrarian sector – the Czech experience - PhD Marie Šimpachová Pechrová, Prof. Tomáš Doucha, MSc Ondrej Chaloupka

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.8
8. The adoption of agricultural insurance to manage farm risk: preliminary evidences from a field survey among Italian and Polish farmers - Prof. Samuele Trestini, PhD Elisa Giampietri, PhD Magdalena Śmiglak-Krajewska

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.9
9. The Common Agricultural Policy and the farm households’ off-farm labour supply - PhD Jason Loughrey, Prof. Thia Hennessy

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.10
10. Comparison of potential effects on the profitability of the US MPP application on dairy farms in Veneto (Italy) and Wielkopolska (Poland) - MSc Federico Vaona, PhD Cristian Bolzonella, Prof. Martino Cassandro, Prof. Tomasz Szwaczkowski

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.11
11. The risk management and the insurance of agricultural production - Prof. Drago Cvijanović, PhD Željko Vojinović, Prof. Otilija Sedlak, PhD Dejan Sekulić

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.12
12. Distribution of interventions of the Rural Development Programme and Regional Operational Programmes in 2007-2013 in the context of territorial development - Dr Paweł Chmieliński, Dr hab. Marcin Gospodarowicz, prof. IERiGŻ-PIB

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.13
13. The role of organic farming in the CAP, the rural development programme, with particular regard to subsidies - PhD Gábor Gyarmati

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.14
14. Agricultural policy in the servitizated economy - PhD Dalia Vidickiene, PhD Zivile Gedminaite-Raudone

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.15
15. The Model of Innovative Rural Entrepreneurship Development Designing - Prof. Lesia Zaburanna, PhD, Associate Professor Tetiana Lutska

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.16
16. Smart Manufacturing – potential of new digital technologies and big data in the food industry - PhD Katarzyna Kosior

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.17
17. A paradigmatic view on the possibility of applying the provisions of the Common Agricultural and Fisheries Policy of the EU in the agrarian sector of the economy in Ukraine - DSc (Econ) Vasyl D. Zalizko, Prof. DSc (Econ) Nataliia M. Vdovenko, Sergiy S. Shepeliev

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.18
18. Direct producer support measures and level of harmonization with Common Agricultural Policy in Bosnia and Herzegovina - MSc Alen Mujcinović, Merima Makaš, Prof. dr Sabahudin Bajramović

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.19
19. The Hungarian and Polish agricultural trade in the light of CAP budgetary restrictions - PhD Tamás Mizik

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.20
20. Implementation of innovation projects in the context of agribusiness 4.0 in Ukraine - Prof. Lesia Kucher

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.21
21. The impact of globalization on farmers income. Evidence from Poland and Romanian agriculture - MSc Calin Henriette Cristiana, MSc Izvoranu Anca Marina, MSc Todirica Ioana Claudia

DOI: 10.30858/pw/9788376587516.22
22. Land concentration and competitiveness of agricultural enterprises in Ukraine - PhD Anatolii Kucher