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The competitiveness of production cooperatives in Central and Eastern European countries (CEECS)

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Konkurencyjność spółdzielni produkcyjnych w Europie Środkowej i Wschodniej
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Omówiono przemiany w spółdzielczości produkcyjnej wybranych krajów Europy Środkowej i Wschodniej, wpływ polityki na ich rozwój oraz czynniki wpływające na wydajność i konkurencyjność spółdzielni.
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During the central-plan system the agriculture was determined by production cooperatives except for Poland, where the agricultural sectoral structure was unique with the domination of small farms. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the changing role of CEECs' farm structures in production and to find the reasons for the economic viability and survivability of cooperatives by countries in various rates. In details the paper examines: production cooperative restructuring, new cooperatives, the policy influence on the development of cooperatives, the role of total factor productivity in competitiveness of production cooperatives and the relationship between changes and social factors.
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p.116-120,ref.
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  • Department of Rural and Agricultural Economics, Szent Istvan University, Pater Karoly u. 1, H-2100 Godollo, Hungary
Bibliografia
  • Arnau F.F. (1999): Social functions of cooperatives, mutual insurance companies and associations which form the basis of Europe's social economy. Report, Council of Europe.
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  • Fekete-Farkas M., Joborû M., Vas J. (2002): The role of cooperative banks in the Hungarian financial institution system with special respect to financing rural areas. Integration and transformation in Albania, Hungary and Macedonia. Bamberg University. Public Economic Series, Volume 1, pp. 31-33.
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  • Hughes G. ( 1998): Agricultural productivity and Farm Structure in the Czech Republic. Working Paper No. 2/7. Agricultural Implications of CEEC Accession to the EU, pp. 5-7.
  • Mathijs E. (2002): Micro-economic analysis of farm restructuring in Central and Eastern Europe: an overview of major results. Policy Research Group, Catholic University Leuven, Leuven, Belgium.
  • Swain N. ( 1998): Transitions from Collective to Family Farming in Post-socialist Central Europe: A victory of politics over sociology. The University of Liverpool, Rural Transition Series, pp. 2-15.
  • Vas J., Joborû M., Fekete-Farkas M. (2001): The role of cooperatives in agricultural marketing and finance. Buletinul USAMV-CN, 55/2001, pp. 102-103.
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