Some aspects of land market in Central and Eastern European countries: focus on Slovakia
P. Bielik, E. Horská, N. Turčekováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/5116-AGRICECONCitation:Bielik P., Horská E., Turčeková N. (2005): Some aspects of land market in Central and Eastern European countries: focus on Slovakia. Agric. Econ. – Czech, 51: 335-341.
The presented research was done in two different regions in Slovakia, characterized by different soil and natural conditions and also production and economic results. The micro-economic analysis was aiming not only at private farmers but also at other legal entities using land for production of 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. The paper also shows different problems of restructuring land markets in some countries of Central and Eastern Europe.Keywords:
land ownership, land market, land price, sale of land, purchase of land, land transactions