Positions of the short supply chains in the Member States of the European Union, especially in Hungary
Konrad Kiss and
No 271968, 162nd Seminar, April 26-27, 2018, Budapest, Hungary from European Association of Agricultural Economists
The present study examines the support-political background of the short supply chains (SSCs) in the European Union. The main objective was to answer the following question: what are the economic and agro-economic reasons which differentiates the weight of SSC-supports among EU Member States, in their rural development programs (RDPs). We used the statistical method of correlation-analysis. (For example) we quantified connections between the percentages of the amount appropriated to the support and the percentages of the small-sized agricultural producers. The results can be considered partial; they are based on the examined index-numbers, and used method. Authentic explanations need further examinations.
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