Results of the correlation analysis of the relationship between subsistence households in rural settlements with socio-economic conditions for rural settlements development, 2008-2018

Results of the correlation analysis of the relationship between subsistence households in rural settlements with socio-economic conditions for rural settlements development, 2008-2018

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More than half of the total number of households in Ukraine are engaged in agricultural activities both for food self-sufficiency and for the production of marketable agricultural products, acting as subsistence or semi-subsistence farms. The determination of the right strategy for the further development of this form of farming is the key to the e...

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... is due to the traditions of semi-subsistence farming in urban settlements with the aim, first of all, to satisfy their own needs for food and leisure, and on the other hand -because of the small size of land plots. So let us further explore what factors are important in terms of facilitating the market transformation of subsistence farms in rural areas ( Table 4). The coefficient of economic load on a working member of the farm, times ...
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... as evidenced by the results of the calculations (Table 4) and the available statistics (Table 2), the overall tendency to reduce the number of households in rural areas with land plots is closely and positively correlated with a decrease in the average household size (0,9), a decrease in the proportion of households without employed persons (0.64) and a reduction in the economic burden per worker employed in the household (0.6). Also, the decrease in the share of expenditures on food in household expenditures is slightly but positively correlated with the number of holdings that have land (0.53). ...