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Продовольственное обеспечение нуждающихся: концепция социально ориентированного сельского хозяйства, институциональная среда продовольственной помощи населению, потенциал органического земледелия, пилотные проекты

Food provision requiring: the concept of a socially-oriented agriculture, the institutional environment of food aid to the population, the potential of organic farming, pilot projects

Starovoytova Natali and Stukach Victor
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Виктор Федорович Стукач ()

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Abstract: In the present work, the socio-economic essence and role of the institutional in the system of providing food aid to the needy population is investigated, the composition and functions of institutions, the mechanism of interaction between participants in the production, social, credit and financial and trade spheres are determined. The potential of the resource base and the institutional environment for the functioning of organizations within the region's internal food aid system has been assessed.A methodology for determining the resource potential of the region is proposed, based on an integrated approach that includes both an assessment of the possibility of self-sufficiency in the population's food supply and the potential of land resources for environmentally friendly production by involving unsuitable for intensive farming of soils; as well as the mechanism for increasing the production capacities of processing enterprises for food production and the approach in which the development vector is aimed at motivating land users to use saving technologies with tools of the state support system within the green box of WTO norms. New approaches to establishing the interaction of food trade agents are substantiated, the essence of which is to change the architecture of the trade process, the introduction of production and logistics centers in the product chains. This will allow commodity producers, bypassing trade networks, to increase the amount of conditioned food that meets technological requirements; use the resources of transnational trade network structures in the interests of the region, develop the logistic potential, obtain a synergistic effect The book addresses the complex problem of forming the infrastructure of domestic food aid to the population in the region: resource supply of food; restoration of fertility of degraded lands for the production of environmentally friendly food; state support of economic entities in the sphere of production and processing within the framework of the green box of WTO norms. It is proposed to introduce production and logistics centers into the composition of product chains; alternative forms of trade in food; form payment systems for targeted assistance to the population; use the resource of trade network structures in the development of the region's logistics potential. The publication is designed for employees of government and municipal government, infrastructure links of the food security system, social protection of the population Keywords. food security for the needy population, a socially-oriented economy, an infrastructure for food aid to the population, organic farming, pilot projects,a "green WTO basket».

Keywords: food security for the needy population; a socially-oriented economy; an infrastructure for food aid to the population; organic farming; pilot projects; a "green WTO basket». (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: I3 I31 I38 M3 Q1 Q15 Q2 Q5 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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Date: 2017-04, Revised 2017-10
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Forthcoming in Омский ГАУ Внутренняя продовольственная помощь нуждающимся слоям населения.150(2017): pp. 216

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