Consequences of applying the Conception of the Agricultural and Food Policy to the year 2005 and effects of the optimized allocation of production in the Slovak Republic
M. Božík, I. Foltýn, I. Zedníčkováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5284-AGRICECONCitation:Božík M., Foltýn I., Zedníčková I. (2002): Consequences of applying the Conception of the Agricultural and Food Policy to the year 2005 and effects of the optimized allocation of production in the Slovak Republic. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 48: 22-28.
In the paper, there is described using of the optimization models AGRO-3 SR for modeling food production chains in the Slovak Republic (the modified version of the Czech model AGRO-3) and ALOKA for optimal allocation of the domestic agricultural production computed by AGRO-3 SR into 4 different regions of the SR for simulation of consequences of various types of agrarian policies on the effectiveness of the Slovak agriculture to the medium-term horizon 2005. There are formulated and evaluated 4 scenarios for the model AGRO-3 SR and two alternatives A and B for the model ALOKA relating to all scenarios. Results of simulations have shown that the best result was reached in the scenario 4 by the price liberalization in the whole food chains.Keywords:
agrarian policy, predictions, mathematical models, partial market equilibrium, optimization, regional allocation