Методически въпроси на икономическото изучаване на услугите на агроекоситемите
Methodological issues of economic studies on agro-ecosystem services
Hrabrin Bachev (),
Petar Marinov (),
Kristina Todorova and
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This study adapt a holistic interdisciplinary framework for analysis, assessment and improvement of the system of governance of agro-ecosystem services. A review is made on development of research on this "new" issue. Agroecosytems services and defined and classified. The management of agro-ecosystem services is defined, and principles modes of mechanisms affecting behaviours of agrarian and non-agrarian agents (institutional environment, market, private, collective, public and hybrid forms) characterised. Multiple personal, economic, political, international, natural, etc. factors for governing choice are identified. The stages for improvement of the governance of agro-ecosystem services are characterised. A framework for assessment of agro-ecosystem services is presented. Importance of organic agriculture as a major form of ecosystem management is analysed.Direction of application of client value in economic analysis are specified. An approach for analysing greed cities as a new perspective form for ecosystem services management is worked out. Multiple assessment of environmental pressure of agriculture in Bulgaria and analysed.
Keywords: gro-ecosystem services; governance; assessment; Bulgaria (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q1 Q12 Q13 Q15 Q18 Q2 Q3 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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