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International competitiveness of the Polish food sector

Ieroen G. Jutte

International competitiveness of the Polish food sector

by Ieroen G. Jutte

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Published by Polish Policy Research Group, Warsaw University in Warsaw .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Poland.
    • Subjects:
    • Food industry and trade -- Poland.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 33-34).

      StatementIeroen G. Jutte.
      SeriesPPRG discussion papers ;, no. 25
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC340.3.A1 P67 no. 25, HD9015 P67 no. 25
      The Physical Object
      Pagination34 p. ;
      Number of Pages34
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL421469M
      LC Control Number98126199
      OCLC/WorldCa31202978

      Data, policy advice and research on Poland including economy, education, employment, environment, health, tax, trade, GDP, unemployment rate, inflation and PISA., A broad agenda of reforms in four areas – labour markets, education, product markets and innovation – should strengthen Poland’s economy and allow it to continue its path of convergence towards the income levels of the more. Section four is devoted to the simple analysis of stability and competitiveness of the Polish financial sector in – The Conclusions contain the most important practical implications of the identified interrelationship between financial sector competitiveness and financial sector stability conceptions.

        Begg DKH,Alternative exchange rate regimes: Abstract This article aims at analysing the significance of the intra-industry trade in the Polish foreign trade in agri-food products and assessment of the competitiveness of the Polish food sector on this basis. Multiannual ProgrammeReport no.   Rabat – The World Economic Forum (WEF) has ranked Morocco 75th out of countries in its Global Competitiveness Index. In the edition of its annual report on global competitiveness Author: Hamza Guessous.

      "A Treasury of Polish Cuisine" is a good, bilingual, Polish cookbook, with traditional Recipes given in, both, Polish and English. The recipes are very good, traditional, Polish food. The bilingual nature of the book helps one to learn every day Polish volcabulary/5(3). The competitiveness of the European food industry is weak compared to the US and Canada and at approximately the same level as the Australian and Brazilian industry. Scenarios show that un-less the productivity growth in the EU is higher than in the rest of the world, EU competitiveness remains weak.


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International competitiveness of the Polish food sector by Ieroen G. Jutte Download PDF EPUB FB2

One of the ways to assess the competitiveness of the Polish food sector is an analysis of comparative (relative) advantages in the export of this sector’s products.

Purpose. International competitiveness of Polish companies and the perspective of Poland joining the euro zone Article (PDF Available) in Society and Economy 36(1) April with Reads. 8 list of tables table some quantitative studies of comparative advantage of polish agro-food products.

46 table main assumptions employed in different studies. 47 table summary of studies on the performance of individual farms in poland during. International Conference on Competitiveness of the Polish food economy in the conditions of globalization and European integration By admin Octo Janu The Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics – National Research Institute would like to invite all interested parties to participate in the 22nd edition of the.

Downloadable. This article aims at analysing the significance of the intra-industry trade in the Polish foreign trade in agri-food products and assessment of the competitiveness of the Polish food sector on this basis. The analysis uses, first of all, the index introduced by Grubel and International competitiveness of the Polish food sector book (hereinafter referred to as GL index), which is a commonly used indicator of intra-industry trade Cited by: 1.

Downloadable. Research background: Globalisation and economic integration are the reasons for which the competitiveness of economic entities is analysed more and more often in the context of their relations with the international market.

One of the ways to assess the competitiveness of the Polish food sector is an analysis of comparative (relative) advantages in the export of this sector’s. The article presents the problem of competitiveness of Polish apples.

In the paper the quantity of production and international trade of was analyzed. Major importers and exporters of apples were identified. In order to assess the international competitiveness ex post measure has Author: Paweł Jakub Kraciński.

The food industry received EUR billion that is a half of all the investments in the processing sector.

The food industry was a branch of Polish economy with the highest number of foreign investments in Polish international trade in the food sector amounted to EUR billion.

In addition, Poland fa-ced a surplus equal to EUR an important indicator of international competitiveness [SoeteHalpernMon- tobbio ], also in the case of Polish food processing industry [Zalewski and Góralski ]. Polish accession to the European Union significantly changed the economic conditions of agriculture, food industry and the broader market environment of Polish food economy.

These changes resulted, primarily, from the elimination of customs borders between Poland and other EU Member States and the placing of Polish agri-food sector under the common agricultural and trade : I.

Szczepaniak, M. Tereszczuk, G. Popescu, N. Istudor, D. Boboc. Food sector in Poland Diagram 2. Value of sold production of the Polish food sector throughout (fixed prices fromin PLN millions) Source: own calculations based on: Central Statistical Office, Outlays and results of industry in Concerns companies employing above 9 persons.

Polish Food. Mark’s Note: There’s no better place to get expert food advice and tips than from a local of thata Polish traveler and blogger, shares with us some of her favorite things to eat when she’s at when you’re in Poland, don’t miss her expert food advice.

About Polish Food. Traditional Polish cuisine is a real calories bomb, but once you try it, you. FOOD SECTOR - AN OVERVIEW. Polish food products already have an established position in Europe which is evident from the fact that among 50 most prospective divisions of the Polish export, 14 belong to the food and agriculture sector.

Holding sixth place and 9% share in European Union food industry, Poland is one of the most dynamic food. This article considers the international competitiveness of agricultural production in Poland. Competitiveness was measured in terms of domestic resource cost (DRC) ratios for three farm sizes and eight commodities.

The results highlight that for the period to Polish crop production was more internationally competitive than livestock farming. The book is easy to follow and the recipes are excellent. The introduction into Polish food and culture is informative and a great touch.

I would highly recommend this book to all those interested in Polish cooking and to those who just love great food.5/5(3). This book presents peer-reviewed, state-of-the-art conceptual and empirical papers devoted to changes in the international competitive position of the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region, its countries and businesses.

While the unprecedented scale of transformation in the CEE region has. The Competitiveness of Irish Agriculture v List of Abbreviations and Units of Measurement Acronyms and Agencies CAP Common Agricultural Policy DAFM Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine DAFRD Department of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Development DGAgri Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development DP Direct PaymentFile Size: 1MB.

Competitiveness of the CEE Region in the Global Economy, held in Budapest, OctoberThe conference was jointly organized by. Academy of International Business, Central- and East European (AIB-CEE) Chapter, and.

Competitiveness Research Centre (CRC), Corvinus University of Budapest. Book of Abstracts. ISBN Editors. further the competitiveness of Polish industry (Michalczuk, ). This comprehensive research work inspired the authoresses to made the further analysis. 3 The food sector in Poland and its determinants The food sector is one of the most important and fastest developing areas of the Polish economy.

Inits share in. Begg DKH,Independent and accountable: Oeconomia Copernicana4 2 Discussion, The European monetary system, Editors: Vol 4 No 2 Abstract This article aims at r the significance of the intra-industry trade in the Polish foreign trade in agri-food products and assessment of the competitiveness of the Polish food sector on this basis.

POSITION OF POLAND AND POLISH ENTERPRISES IN THE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS RANKINGS Dr. Iwona Szczepaniak Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics – National Research Institute, Warsaw, Poland e-mail: [email protected] Abstract The aim of the study is to assess the competitive position of Poland against the background of.en Increased competitiveness in the food and agricultural sector in rural areas will require the development of European quality labels that reflect food safety, documentation of production processes (traceability), animal welfare, environment and working conditions.food-processing sector.

Food laws Consumer protection against adulterated food has been brought to the fore by "The Prevention of Food Adulteration Act (PFA), ", which applies to domestic and imported food commodities, encompassing food colour and preservatives, pesticide residues, packaging, labelling and regulation of sales.