Forms, Factors and Efficiency of Eco-management in Bulgarian Farms with High Eco-activity
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This paper presents the results of a first large-scale study on forms, factors, and efficiency of eco-management in Bulgarian farms with a high eco-activity. First, a brief characterisation of surveyed “eco-active” farms is made. After that, diverse (internal, private, contract, market, formal, informal, hybrid etc.) forms and the scope of eco-management in agricultural farms are analysed. Next, different (ideological, economic, market, social etc.) factors of eco-management in farms are specified. After that, analysis is made on costs, effects, efficiency and perspectives of eco-management in agricultural farms. Finally, conclusions from the study are summarised.
Keywords: environmental management; agriculture; agro-eco-management; Bulgaria; forms; factors; efficiency (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q12 Q18 Q2 Q20 Q3 Q30 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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