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Studies in Agricultural Economics content alert

2012.04.13.

Studies in Agricultural Economics volume 114 number 1 pages 1-56 can now be accessed and downloaded free of charge at www.aki.gov.hu/studies. Click on ‘Current volume’ in the drop-down menu.

 

The potential for the production and use of biomass-based energy sources in Hungary (pages 1-9)

GARAY Róbert, KOZAK Anita, NYARS Levente and RADÓCZNÉ KOCSIS Teréz

 





Role of veterinary management in increasing pig breeding efficiency: a methodological approach (pages 10-15)

ÓZSVÁRI László, BÍRÓ Oszkár and LAKNER Zoltán

 





Conservation land acquisition lists and nearby property values: evidence from the Florida Forever programme (pages 16-23)

Mary BEAL-HODGES

 





Changes in cereal land use and production level in the European Union during the period 1999-2009, focusing on New Member States (pages 24-30)

TAKÁCS-GYÖRGY Katalin and TAKÁCS István

 





Cropping intensity vs. profitability of selected plant production activities in Poland (pages 31-38)

Aldona SKARŻYŃSKA

 





A snapshot of Western Balkan’s agriculture from the perspective of EU accession (pages 39-48)

MIZIK Tamás

 



Factors of population decline in rural areas and answers given in EU member states’ strategies (pages 49-56)

KARCAGI KOVÁTS Andrea and KATONA KOVÁCS Judit

 





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