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This study analyses the possible impacts of CAP reform on farm employment in an economically disadvantaged rural region in Hungary using survey among farmers. Resultsshow that farmers are rather pessimistic about the employment effects of CAP reformyexpecting a decrease in the number of farm jobs regardless of the type. Econometricanalyses suggest that farm size in terms of area is positively related to the expectednumber of male employment on the farms, whilst the less favoured land has negativeeffects on the male employment except seasonal workers. Farms employing more labourexpect thet number of full time female workers to slightly increase, whilst the number of part-time and seasonal employees is expected to decrease. Less favoured areas have negative impact on the job expectancy for seasonal workers. In general, farmers’ expectations contradict to the intention of CAP reform.

Keywords: CAP reform ; farm employment ; Hungary

Subject(s): Agricultural and Food Policy

Issue Date: 2012

Publication Type: Journal Article

PURL Identifier: http://purl.umn.edu/163327 Published in: Agricultural Economics Review, Volume 11, Issue 2 Page range: 29-34

Total Pages: 6

Record appears in: Greek Association of Agricultural Economists > Agricultural Economics Review

Agricultural Economics Review





Autor: Elek, S. ; Ferto, I. ; Forgács, C.

Fuente: http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/163327?ln=en







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