Important findings of the sampling survey conducted on farms in the CR under Phare ACE project

https://doi.org/10.17221/5303-AGRICECONCitation:Doucha T., Divila E., Juřica A., Matalová V. (2002): Important findings of the sampling survey conducted on farms in the CR under Phare ACE project. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 48: 197-210.
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The paper is based on a special sampling survey of farms that was conducted under EU PHARE ACE research project P97-8158-R “Micro-economic Analysis of Farm Restructuring in Central and Eastern Europe” in 2000 in one of the NUTS 2 regions of the CR – in the South-East region. The region involves two administrative regions – Vysočina and South Moravian NUTS 3 and consists of subregions with different natural and market conditions (of hilly, lowland and suburban type) representing the conditions of agricultural production in the Czech Republic as a whole. The main results of the survey focused on farms of three different categories are presented: farms as legal entities (separately agricultural production cooperatives, joint stock companies and limited liability companies), officially registered individual farms of different size (formally licensed to business activities) and unregistered individual farms including small farming units – households with self-sustaining agricultural production.
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