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Characteristics of farm managers in Poland and selected Central-Eastern European Countries

Cecilia Alexandri, Paweł Chmieliński, Jan Drlík, Michał Dudek, Bożena Karwat-Woźniak, Nina Koteva, Vitaliy Krupin, Anna Maksymenko, Daniela Spesna, Monica Tudor and Agnieszka Wrzochalska

No 179224, Multiannual Program Reports from Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics - National Research Institute (IAFE-NRI)

Abstract: Socio-demographic characteristics of farm managers in the European Union. Women – farm managers in the European Union. Socio-economic characteristics of farm managers in the Czech Republic. Managing the agricultural production of Ukraine: social and economic characteristics of the management staff. Analysis of the socio-demographic profile of the farm managers in Bulgaria. Socio-economic characteristics of farm managers in Romania and their implications upon farm performance. Transformation of socio-demographic characteristics of Polish managers of private farms in the conditions of growing competition in the light of field studies. Economic activity of managers of individual farms in Poland.

Keywords: Farm Management; Labor and Human Capital (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 125
Date: 2013
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DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.179224

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