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Management of agrarian production structures in the conditions of globalization processes

  • SCIRE Foundation, Warsaw, Poland

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One of the basic challenges what lies prior to explorers working on the border of economic and agrarian sciences is a skillful incorporation the aspects of the globalization and Europeanisation into the main problems of their research. It seem reasonable to suppose that nowadays a continuous increase in products quality as well as a special care about the natural environment become the necessary conditions for economical successes of enterprises in a suitably long period. Thus, the monogpraph Management of agrarian production structures in the conditions of globalization processes is devoted to finding solutions of effective adaptations to the challenges of the environment in the conditions of globalization. The present publication was prepared in the form of monograph and its individual chapters were written by prominent specialists in the field representing all leading university research groups in Ukraine and Skudai-Johor in Malaysia. For the purpose of this monograph 11 chapters were divided into the following four areas:-Theoretic-methodological approaches to management in the agrarian sphere;-Modern conceptions of development of agricultural production;-The role of marketing in management by manufacturing structures of the agroindu-strial sector;-Main directions of implementation of innovation-investment activities of enterprises. This publication serves the inspiring stating material for a further scientific research as well as for some applicable solutions in this area.
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