Public Agricultural Sector in a Market Model Reproduction of Land Resources
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Ðœykhaylo Shchuryk: Ivano-Frankivsk University of Law of King Danylo Galician
Economics of Nature and the Environment, 2014, pages 56-59
The retrospective of development of state farms in Carpathian macroregion is investigated. Analysis of the quantitative and qualitative state of government agricultural farms due to the introduction of the market economy model is carried out. The main reasons that make it impossible and object the need to renovate agricultural enterprises are revealed. The necessity to create new state-owned enterprises is founded. The principles and mechanisms of such agricultural farms' forming are suggested. The set of the economic, social and environmental advantages due to creation of state farms is given. It is proved that the very state farms can solve social problems in rural areas the best way. It is worth noting that it is not the ownership that ensure good manufacturing organization of agricultural production and land use, but the effective management, professionalism of staff, motivation to work. Owing to the the creation of state farms in the agricultural market we will have a real competitor that will be able to perform agricultural intervention.
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