17 Results for 'Japan'

PO – ACTORS INFLUENCING THE DEVELOPMENT OF FARMERS’ ABILITIES DURING AND AFTER UNDERTAKING RECURRENT TRAINING PROGRAMMES IN JAPAN


PO – ACTORS INFLUENCING THE DEVELOPMENT OF FARMERS’ ABILITIES DURING AND AFTER UNDERTAKING RECURRENT TRAINING PROGRAMMES IN JAPAN

Keywords: farming corporations; entry of non-agricultural corporations; farm management styles; modernization of management

PO – ARE EMERGING FARMING CORPORATIONS FROM NON-AGRICULTURAL SECTOR SUPERIOR IN MANAGEMENT TO CONVENTIONAL FARMERS IN JAPAN?

Abstract: In the European Union three schemes of geographical indications and traditional specialties has been established to promote and protect names of quality agricultural products and foodstuff:(1) protected designation of origin (PDO), (2) protected geographical indication (PGI), and traditional specialties ...Read More

PR – PROMOTION OF LOCAL AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD PRODUCTS BY USING GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS AND TRADITIONAL SPECIALTIES GUARANTEED SCHEMES IN HUNGARY

Using results of a questionnaire survey of large farms in California, this study investigated the relation between information management and the scope of firms, especially integration into drying and warehousing. First, the majority of large farms are equipped with information ...Read More

PR – Scope Of The Firm And Management Information In Large-scale Rice Farms

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PO – Gender Gap In Decision Making Of Farm Management In Japan

Introduction: The purpose of this paper is to provide farm-level information of the impact of recent policy changes on agriculture in Less Favoured Areas (LFAs). Our main contribution is the presentation of an integrated view of mixed impact of Single ...Read More

PR – Farmer’s Reaction To Decoupling Policy In LFAs: A Farm Based Study In Northumberland England

Keywords: rural environment, agricultural canals, communal activity.

Po. Conditions Associated With Residents’ Participation In Activities For Preserving The Rural Environment: A Case Of Agricultural Canals In Japan

Direct marketing by farmers is considered to be one of the most promising new areas of activity within a diversified rural economy and has received significant support in recent EU CAP reforms. It has yet to be revealed whether such ...Read More

PR – Profitability Of Direct Marketing Farms In Less Favoured Areas (LFAs): Case Studies From Northumberland, England

The integration to the EU markets has resulted in significant changes in production and market activities in Hungarian agriculture. Our case study found that efforts on product differentiation through quality improvement have been critical for staying competitive in the more liberalized market conditions. ...Read More

Sustainable Farm Management Practices In The Enlarged EU: A Case Study Of Integrated Ecofarm In The Central Hugary Region

Uzbekistan has been going through the transition process for the past 10 years. Many old collective and state owned production units have been privatized. The emergence of new businesses in manufacturing and retail service sectors in the small and medium ...Read More