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Marek Petriľák – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • FARM AS A FORM OF SMALL Agricultural Business IN RUSSIA: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
    International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, 2019
    Co-Authors: Tatiana Evteeva, Patrik Rovný, Marek Petriľák
    Abstract:

    FARM AS A FORM OF SMALL Agricultural Business IN RUSSIA: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES

  • Farm as a form of Small Agricultural Business in Russia: Advantages and Disadvantages
    International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, 2019
    Co-Authors: Tatiana Evteeva, Patrik Rovný, Marek Petriľák
    Abstract:

    Abstract Small Business in the Russian Federation is actively developing not only in large cities, but also in small rural settlements. This is facilitated by the demand for Agricultural products grown in ecologically clean territory. In addition, the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation is developing support programs for rural entrepreneurs, which allows you to start a Business without high costs. This paper discusses farming in detail as the form of small Agricultural Business. The theoretical part involves an analysis of the essence of the concept of a farm, the legislative aspect, the process of opening and the difference from other forms of management. From a practical point of view, the place of farms in the Russian Federation was determined in the structure of Agricultural production. The study was conducted by systemic and monographic methods. As a result, the advantages, disadvantages and prospects for the development of farming in Russia were identified.

Hyun-ah Kwon – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Sustainability through Non-Agricultural Business Development in Resident Cooperative Planning: A Case of Korea’s Rural Area
    Sustainability, 2021
    Co-Authors: Seon Gyeong Baek, Hyun-ah Kwon
    Abstract:

    This study analyzes a participatory regeneration project implemented for sustainable improvement as the center of Yeongju, a rural area in Korea, declines. The paper explains how participants were chosen from the mostly elderly population and encouraged to participate. In this case, a small, non-Agricultural Business that existing residents could maintain was conceived and implemented with a focus on cooperation rather than Agricultural recovery or urbanization through the construction of large apartments and new industrial complexes. To this end, the administration continues to support the community from a long-term perspective, and experts have consistently made practical implementations among them. The participating community is not fixed but flexibly reorganized based on the progress of the project. In addition, by creating public community facilities, residents can continue their activities. This study emphasizes that participatory planning does not necessarily imply a retreat to the administration and experts and provides important guidance for implementation under similar conditions in the future.

Tatiana Evteeva – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • FARM AS A FORM OF SMALL Agricultural Business IN RUSSIA: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
    International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, 2019
    Co-Authors: Tatiana Evteeva, Patrik Rovný, Marek Petriľák
    Abstract:

    FARM AS A FORM OF SMALL Agricultural Business IN RUSSIA: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES

  • Farm as a form of Small Agricultural Business in Russia: Advantages and Disadvantages
    International Journal of Entrepreneurial Knowledge, 2019
    Co-Authors: Tatiana Evteeva, Patrik Rovný, Marek Petriľák
    Abstract:

    Abstract Small Business in the Russian Federation is actively developing not only in large cities, but also in small rural settlements. This is facilitated by the demand for Agricultural products grown in ecologically clean territory. In addition, the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation is developing support programs for rural entrepreneurs, which allows you to start a Business without high costs. This paper discusses farming in detail as the form of small Agricultural Business. The theoretical part involves an analysis of the essence of the concept of a farm, the legislative aspect, the process of opening and the difference from other forms of management. From a practical point of view, the place of farms in the Russian Federation was determined in the structure of Agricultural production. The study was conducted by systemic and monographic methods. As a result, the advantages, disadvantages and prospects for the development of farming in Russia were identified.

Sabrina Bonomi – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Strategic Value of Agricultural Business Networks in Sustaining Common Goods
    Sustainability, 2019
    Co-Authors: Ludovico Bullini Orlandi, Elena De Martino, Cecilia Rossignoli, Sabrina Bonomi
    Abstract:

    This article aims to highlight the positive relationship between the organizational form of the Agricultural Business network and common goods, thus seizing their strategic value for the company in terms of protection, development, and sustainable use. The common goods analyzed in this research are of different origins: natural, such as the local environment and biodiversity, and artificial, such as cooperation and communication. To this end, a four-year longitudinal study was conducted to study the relationship between Agricultural Business networks and common goods. This study provides an in-depth analysis of the literature, which highlights the following as main themes: the sharing of values, the importance of trust and reputation, the central role of adaptive management, learning as participation, and environmental sustainability. The chosen case highlights how Agricultural Business networks can be considered both an effective tool in the protection and sustainable use of common goods and a tool that allows the development of the commons. Both these aspects have a strategic value for an organization that can derive significant benefits both from common goods developed and from the implemented organizational form and simultaneously protect the environment with strong positive externalities for itself and the community.

Seon Gyeong Baek – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Sustainability through Non-Agricultural Business Development in Resident Cooperative Planning: A Case of Korea’s Rural Area
    Sustainability, 2021
    Co-Authors: Seon Gyeong Baek, Hyun-ah Kwon
    Abstract:

    This study analyzes a participatory regeneration project implemented for sustainable improvement as the center of Yeongju, a rural area in Korea, declines. The paper explains how participants were chosen from the mostly elderly population and encouraged to participate. In this case, a small, non-Agricultural Business that existing residents could maintain was conceived and implemented with a focus on cooperation rather than Agricultural recovery or urbanization through the construction of large apartments and new industrial complexes. To this end, the administration continues to support the community from a long-term perspective, and experts have consistently made practical implementations among them. The participating community is not fixed but flexibly reorganized based on the progress of the project. In addition, by creating public community facilities, residents can continue their activities. This study emphasizes that participatory planning does not necessarily imply a retreat to the administration and experts and provides important guidance for implementation under similar conditions in the future.