43 Results for 'Denmark'

PR – MULTIFUNCTIONAL LAND CONSOLIDATION EVALUATION FROM AN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS PERSPECTIVE

Abstract The paper presents preliminary results form a real-life project in which five economic services are pursued through multifunctional land consolidation processes: Farm economics; Biodiversity; Clean water; Recreational opportunities; and Development of rural communities. The analysis is based on the ...Read More

PR – MULTIFUNCTIONAL LAND CONSOLIDATION EVALUATION FROM AN AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS PERSPECTIVE

Abstract In this paper we present a novel application of the difference-in- difference method to analyse the effect of regulation on agricultural land prices in the case of implementation of mandatory riparian buffer zones. The buffer zones are adjacent to ...Read More

PR – EVALUATING LAND PRICES UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION

Abstract Agricultural cooperatives in the Western world have proven to be efficient in many cases. Therefore, it is likely that other countries with a less developed agricultural industry can learn from the experiences, both good and bad, of Western countries. ...Read More

PR – THE INTERNATIONAL TRANSFER OF COOPERATIVE OWNERSHIP IN AGRICULTURE: BARRIERS AND OPPORTUNITIES

Abstract The global agri-food industry is facing a number of strategic challenges, which demand that continual strategic adjustments and changes be made in companies. Driven, in particular, by globalisation, increasing international competition and technological developments, the industry must continually develop ...Read More

PR – HOW AGRI-FOOD COMPANIES SOLVE STRATEGIC CHALLENGES

Abstract: Agricultural Land fragmentation is a global problem in various magnitudes, but the disaggregated effect of field shape, size, and distance has not yet been established. Simple measures have been applied to estimate the aggregated effect of land fragmentation on ...Read More

PR – MEASURING THE EFFECT OF FIELD VIABILITY ON WHEAT YIELD

Abstract: The EU countries are trying to reduce the ammonia emission towards the 2020 and the 2030 targets in the Clean Air agreement. In order to do so, the countries need to implement a range of technologies. The Danish ammonia ...Read More

PR – WHY IS ACIDIFICATION OF SLURRY A SUCCES ONLY IN DENMARK? TRANSFER OF ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY ACROSS BOARDERS

Abstract: Price transmission in the agri-food value chain - when changes in one price cause another price downstream to change - is an important issue for farmers, markets and the economy as an efficient market price setting is crucial for ...Read More

PR – PRICE TRANSMISSION IN THE AGRI-FOOD VALUE CHAIN – FROM A FARMER PERSPECTIVE

Abstract: From 1990 until 2003 Denmark has reduced N-leaching from the root zone by 50%. However, more measures are required and in recent years the focus has been on how to differentiate measures in order to ensure that measures are ...Read More

PR – ECONOMIC GAINS FROM TARGETING MEASURES BASED ON DETAILED NITRATE REDUCTION MAPS

Abstract: The purpose of the INEMAD project is to look at management strategies to improve the utilisation of nutrients in agriculture in Europe. This paper looks closer at the nutrient policies in selected EU countries in order to find policies, ...Read More

NPR – HOW CAN REGULATION PROMOTE EFFICIENT NUTRIENT USE IN EU?

Romania Agricultural Status 2013