The New Structure of the Rural Economy of Post-Communist Countries
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Program of the workshop

"The New Structure of the Rural Economy of Post-communist Countries"
on October 26-30th (Thursday to Monday)
at Lomnice nad Luznici in Czech Republic.

From Central-Eastern Europe and Russia
Gejza BLAAS (Research Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics, Bratislava,
Tomas DOUCHA (Research Institute of Agricultural Economics, Prague,
Stanislaw HEJBOWICZ (Vilnius College of Agriculture, Vilnius,
Pal JUHASZ* (Budapest University of Economic Sciences, Budapest, Fax: +36-1-2175-172)
Diana KOPEVA (Research Institute of Market Economy, Sofia,
Klaus REINSBERG (Institute for Agricultural Development in Central and East European Ccountries, Halle,
Gely SHMELEV (Institute of Economy, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow)
From Japan
HAYASHI Tadayuki (Hokkaido University, Sapporo,
IEDA Osamu (Hokkaido University, Sapporo,
YAMAMURA Rihito (Hokkaido University, Sapporo,
YOSHINO Etsuo (Hokkaido University, Sapporo,
* Participation by paper:
Time schedule
Oct.26th (Thursday): Arrival at Research Institute of Agricultural Economics in Prague (Manesova 75, 120 58 Prague 2, Tel; +420-2-627-3129) and move to Lomnice nad Luznici (its address: Penzion Galiana - Jitka Cermakova, Jemcina 12, 378 16 Lomnice nad Luznici, Czech Republic)
Oct.27-28th (Friday and Saturday): Paper presentations and discussion
Oct.29th (Sunday):Discussion and field observation, then return to Prague
Oct.30th (Monday): Departure
Papers presented at the workshop
Gejza BLAAS: Agricultural reform in Slovakia: Changing institutions and structures.
Tomas DOUCHA:'Farm transformation and restructuring in the Czech agriculture - after ten years'
HAYASHI Tadayuki:'Politics of the agricultural transformation in Czechoslovakia: 1990-1991'
Stanislaw HEIBOWICZ: 'New structure of rural economy in Lithuania'
IEDA Osamu:'Rural cooperatives and members' liability in a historical perspective: Hungarian case'
JUHASZ Pal:'The end of agricultural miracle and the property-reform in Hungary'
Diana KOPEVA:'Aspects of land consolidation after the land reform in Bulgaria'
Klaus REINSBERG: 'The transition in Eastern German agriculture, lessons to be learned for the EU-enlargement process'
Gely SHMELEV: 'General processes and specificities of agrarian reform in the Central and Eastern Europe and CIS'
YAMAMURA Rihito:'Socio-Economic Aspects of the Post-Socialist Farming Structures'
YOSHINO Etsuo:'Polarization process of Polish agriculture in the latter half of 1990s - hobby farmer, week-end-farmer, Euro-farmer or euthanasia -'


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