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An appraisal of family farm succession studies
Zarja Bohak, Andreja Borec, Jernej Turk, 2010, original scientific article

Keywords: family farm, farm succession, methodological approaches
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 588; Downloads: 8
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The use of econometric methods in family farm succession studies
Zarja Bohak, Andreja Borec, 2009, review article

Abstract: Farm succession is an important issue for any family farm, for the future structure of farming and for rural policy makers. This is the process whereby the skills, traditions and capital of farming are passed from one generation to the next. Scientists realized the importance of scientific investigation of succession on family farms no more than thirty or forty years ago, as the earliest studies bear dates from 1968 on (see i.e. Nalson 1968). There are many different scientific methods used to process surveys' data or to represent the process of farm succession; this paper offers a review of foreign and Slovene studies from the last 15 years, in which econometric methods are used to describe and analyse the family farm succession process.
Keywords: family farm, farm succession, econometric methods
Published: 19.03.2018; Views: 501; Downloads: 36
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The effect of factors of the socio-geographic structure of mountain farms on succession on these farms
Boštjan Kefo Kerbler, 2009, review article

Abstract: The basic premise of this paper is that certain factors of the socio-geographic structure of mountain farms have an influence upon succession on these farms. The conducted survey confirmed this hypothesis. The most prominent influence that was observed included factors that reflect the tradition and the opinions of the householders, and especially that express the economic power of a farm. In the conclusion of this paper, we offer some solutions regarding the problem of succession in Slovene mountain farms. These solutions are not simple, due to the complex mixed rate of influence with respect to the various factors.
Keywords: Slovenia, social geography, agrarian geography, rural geography, mountain farms, succession, rural areas
Published: 20.03.2018; Views: 245; Downloads: 61
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