Natural, production and economic conditions individual farms and enterprises of restructuring in the Slovak Republic
P. Bielik, J. Pokrivčák, V. Jančíková, M. Beňohttps://doi.org/10.17221/5304-AGRICECONCitation:Bielik P., Pokrivčák J., Jančíková V., Beňo M. (2002): Natural, production and economic conditions individual farms and enterprises of restructuring in the Slovak Republic. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 48: 211-214.
In the framework of Slovakia preparation for entering the European Union, there was done a Phare-ACE survey in years 1999–2000. The name of this survey was “Micro-economic analysis of farming households restructuring in pre-accession period to the EU”. This survey was done in two regions of Slovakia, characterized by different natural conditions, production and economic conditions. This project was aiming not only at private farmers but also at other legal entities producing agricultural products. The first monitored group consisted of 412 private farmers, farming in average 43.2 ha of agricultural land. The second group consisted of 150 businesses, having 1,866 ha of agricultural land in average.Keywords:
restructuring, individual farm, enterprises, natural conditions, production conditions, economic conditions