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Title: Small and large farms in the Republic of Moldova: trends and perspectives
Authors: Moroz, Victor
Ignat, Anatolie
Lucasenco, Eugenia
Keywords: agriculture
large farms
small scale farms
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: MOROZ, Victor, IGNAT, Anatolie, LUCAȘENCO, Eugenia. Small and large farms in the Republic of Moldova: trends and perspectives. In: Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development. 2014, vol. 36, no. 4, pp. 902 – 912. ISSN 1822-6760; eISSN 2345-0355.
Abstract: In recent years the Republic of Moldova has implemented a set of reforms in order to increase the efficiency of agricultural production. The main purpose of this paper is to highlight economic advantages and disadvantages of large and small scale farms, and also to focus on the multidimensional role of the small scale farming for rural areas. The methodology used in the article is based on analysis of statistical data, as well as on results of relevant qualitative and quantitative surveys. The main expected results of this paper lay in the proposals of ways in which agriculture can make a contribution to the vibrancy of rural communities from the Republic of Moldova.
Description: Bibliogr.: pp. 911-912 (9 titl.). JEL Classification: O13, Q15, Q18. Doi: 10.15544/mts.2014.085.
ISSN: 1822-6760
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