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    Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University
    free Journals Online: 18(1)2010 – 25(1)2017 (Go to Journal)
    Publisher: Oles Honchar Dnipropetrovsk National University
    Print ISSN: 2412-5334
    Electronic ISSN: 2414-9578
    Topics: Archaeology , History
    Keywords: Regionale Archäologie Osteuropa ; Regionalgeschichte Osteuropa
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    Bonn: Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)
    Publication Date: 2015-08-20
    Description: This paper estimates the relative multi-factor productivity (MFP) of privatized and state-owned enterprises using a long panel on all initially state-owned manufacturing firms in Ukraine. The large size and length of the time series in the data permit us to track the privatization process and to estimate the impact of privatization within industry-year cells and with controls for firm fixed effects and trends. Results with these methods imply an average 5-10% relative MFP for majority privatized versus state-owned firms. The gap increases with time since privatization, reaching about 15-17% five years after privatization. It also increases with calendar time although recent privatizations are associated with smaller relative MFP. We find no evidence of "sequencing" of privatization based on 1992 relative MFP, but the data suggest a higher survival rate for privatized versus state firms and one that is more closely linked to 1992 MFP. The results also imply that MFP gains from privatization are decreasing in pre-privatization MFP. The relatively few cases in which foreign investors take control result in much higher relative MFP, 22-40% on average, compared to domestic private ownership, but the gap is much lower when the foreign source country is "offshore" – an indirect channel for Ukrainian nationals – and it is also lower when the source is Russia. Privatization of 100% ownership has much larger effects than partial privatization of either minority or majority stakes, ownership structures that have largely disappeared since the early 2000s, as Ukraine has sold off remaining shares. Nevertheless, our database contains more than 1000 majority state-owned manufacturing firms as of 2013 that could be considered for privatization in the future.
    Keywords: D24 ; G34 ; L33 ; P31 ; ddc:330 ; productivity ; privatization ; selection bias ; foreign ownership ; Ukraine
    Language: English
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    Heidelberg: University of Heidelberg, Department of Economics
    Publication Date: 2018-06-01
    Description: Die vorliegende Studie untersucht erstmalig für die Ukraine und Polen, welchen Einfluss die politische Orientierung und die in den Regionen vertretenen Machtparteien auf die Zuflüsse von ausländischen Direktinvestitionen haben. Die empirische Untersuchung erfolgt auf regionaler Ebene im Zeitraum 2004-2012 anhand des Fixed-Effects-Schätzers. Die Ergebnisse zeigen, dass ein ‚political and partisan cycle‘ für die Zuflüsse der ausländischen Direktinvestitionen in der Ukraine und Polen existiert. Die politische Orientierung einer Region hat einen positiven Einfluss auf die Standortwahl der ausländischen Direktinvestitionen in beiden Ländern. In der Ukraine haben die Regionen, in denen die Tymoshenko-Partei an der Regierungsspitze ist, 22-33% höhere Zuflüsse des ausländischen Kapitals als Regionen mit der Janukovych-Partei an der Macht. In Polen gibt es hingegen keine robusten Parteieneffekte auf die ausländischen Direktinvestitionen.
    Keywords: ddc:330 ; Foreign Direct Investments ; Political Orientation ; Partisan Effects ; Spatial Effects ; Ukraine ; Poland ; Transition
    Language: German
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    Iasi: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Centre for European Studies
    Publication Date: 2019-06-20
    Description: Article poses a question on the effectiveness of the European policy for Eastern Partnership in Ukraine under current circumstances of political and military crisis. Particularly, the role of Poland as a key country for the success of given policy in Ukraine is taken into consideration with the emphasis on Polish-Ukrainian cooperation on the issue of self-governance reform in Ukraine. The aim of the article is threefold. First, to analyse the main trends of EU-Ukraine cooperation in terms of the EaP policy. Second, to present author’s research on the role of different political and social actors from Poland and Ukraine (local authorities, non-governmental organizations, Academia) in implementation of European experience on self-governance reform and decentralization processes on Ukrainian ground. Finally, the article makes an attempt to evaluate the EU strategy in regard to Ukraine and present possible ways for further cooperation as regards the reform of self-governance in Ukraine.
    Keywords: ddc:330 ; European policy for Eastern Partnership ; self-governance ; decentralization
    Language: English
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    Warsaw: Center for Social and Economic Research (CASE)
    Publication Date: 2016-02-20
    Description: Ukraine belongs to the group of countries which are known for the widespread phenomenon of subsistence and semi-subsistence farming. Individual farmers are not obliged to produce financial reports and their incomes belong to the category of unobservable incomes. When checking the eligibility for social assistance the level of their incomes needs to be estimated. In a country, where poverty rate is quite high, the coverage of the poor with financial aid is relatively low and public finances under constant control, the importance of a fair and justified methodology for income imputation is particularly strong. In this situation, an outdated and unfair current system of agriculture income estimation in Ukraine calls for immediate changes. This paper presents recommendations for the Ukrainian government in the area of agriculture income imputation, where several methods of estimating farm income were proposed (including the one based on Household Budget Survey). The recommendations were preceded with the analysis of five countries' practices in this area: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, and Poland. A review of different means testing methods, including direct means testing and proxy means testing, served as an introduction to the topic.
    Keywords: O18, E26, C13, Q12, I38 ; ddc:330 ; subsistence and semi-subsistence farming ; hard to verify income ; farm household income ; income (agro-income) imputation ; means testing methods ; Agrareinkommen ; Subsistenzwirtschaft ; Sozialpolitik ; Armutsbekämpfung ; Ukraine
    Language: English
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    Halle (Saale): Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (IAMO)
    Publication Date: 2020-04-06
    Keywords: ddc:330
    Language: German
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    Halle (Saale): Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (IAMO)
    Publication Date: 2020-04-17
    Description: Dieses Discussion Paper enthält die Kurzfassungen der Beiträge, die im Rahmen des Workshops zur Agrarentwicklung in Mittel- und Osteuropa für Doktoranden und Post-Doc's vorgestellt und diskutiert werden sollen. Dieser Workshop findet nach der erfreulichen Reso-nanz im vergangenen Jahr nun zum zweiten Mal, vom 17. bis 19. Juni 2004, am IAMO statt, wobei die Anzahl der eingereichten Beiträge noch über dem Wert des Vorjahres lag. Ziel der Veranstaltung ist es, Nachwuchswissenschaftlern die Möglichkeit zu geben, Ihre Forschungs-vorhaben zu präsentieren und zu diskutieren. Die folgenden Kurzfassungen sollen allerdings nicht nur als Diskussionsgrundlage für den Workshop dienen, sondern auch einen Querschnittsüberblick über die gegenwärtige Nach-wuchsforschung im Agrarbereich zu Mittel- und Osteuropa vermitteln. Wir denken, dass ein breites Spektrum von relevanten Themen bearbeitet wird. Dies entspricht einerseits dem in-terdisziplinären Ansatz in der Agrarökonomie, andererseits zeigt es, dass die Diskussion mit Nachbarwissenschaften wie Politikwissenschaften oder Geographie fruchtbar geführt werden kann. Hervorzuheben ist weiterhin der hohe Anteil von Wissenschaftlern aus dem europäi-schen Ausland, die am Workshop teilnehmen. Dieser Umstand dokumentiert die europäische Dimension des Themas und unterstreicht die Rolle des IAMOs als Forum des wissenschaftli-chen Austausches. Wir wünschen uns, dass der Workshop zur Agrarentwicklung in Mittel- und Osteuropa für Doktoranden und Post-Doc's zu fruchtbaren Diskussionen anregt und hoffen, dass die vorlie-gende Zusammenstellung dazu beiträgt, den Erfahrungsaustausch auch über den engeren Kreis der unmittelbar Beteiligten hinaus zu fördern.
    Description: This Discussion Paper contains the contributions to be presented at the "Workshop zur Agrar-entwicklung in Mittel- und Osteuropa für Doktoranden und Post-Doc's" to take place at IAMO from 17 to 19 June 2004. After last year's positive resonance, the workshop is held for the second time with an increased number of contributions. It is the aim of the event to give young scientist the opportunity to present and discuss their research. The following short versions of the contributions shall not only serve as a basis for discussion during the workshop, but also offer a cross-sectional overview of current research on agricul-ture in Central and Eastern Europe done by young scientists. We think a broad spectrum of topics is covered. On the one hand, this is due to the interdisciplinary approach in agricultural economics, on the other hand, it shows that stimulating exchange with neighbouring disciplines such as political science or geography is possible. We also want to stress the significant con-tribution of scientists originating from European countries other than Germany, which docu-ments IAMO's role as a forum of scientific exchange. It is our hope that the "Workshop zur Agrarentwicklung in Mittel- und Osteuropa für Dokto-randen und Post-Doc's" stimulates fruitful discussion and that the current compilation fosters exchange beyond those immediately involved in the workshop.
    Keywords: ddc:330
    Language: English
    Type: doc-type:workingPaper
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    Halle (Saale): Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (IAMO)
    Publication Date: 2020-04-06
    Description: This volume of proceedings, available both as hard copy and pdf 〈http://www.iamo.de/dok/sr_vol25.pdf〉, is an edited compilation of selected contributions to the IAMO Forum 2004, which will be held in Halle (Saale), Germany, at the Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe from 4 to 6 November 2004. CONTENTS: The role of agriculture in Central and Eastern European rural development: an overview; Martin Petrick, Peter Weingarten. Subsistence Farming and Rural Unemployment - the Case of Slovakia; Gejza Blaas. Rural Development in Albania and the Role of Agriculture: a Case Study in the Prefecture of Elbasan; Vittorio Gallerani, Nada Krypa, Meri Raggi, Antonella Samoggia, Davide Viaggi. Agricultural Problems in Georgia and Strategic Policy Responses; Zurab Revishvili, Henry W. Kinnucan. The Role of Private Household Plots in Russian Rural Development; Galina Rodionova. Agriculture in Southeastern Poland - Main Problems of The Systemic Transformation Process; Janusz Zmija, Ewa Tyran. Factor Market Imperfections and Polarization of Agrarian Structures in Central and Eastern Europe; Alexander Sarris, Sara Savastano, Christian Tritten. Agricultural Credit Market in Poland - Experiences in the Market Economy; Alina Danilowska. Social Aspects of Agricultural Employment in the Czech Republic; Hana Horská, Daniela Spěšná, Jan Drlík, Radomír Koutný, Tomáš Ratinger. Lease as a Form of Land Consolidation in Moldavian Agriculture; Dragos Cimpoies, Grigore Baltag. Analysing Variation in Russian Dairy Farms, 1990-2001; Irina Bezlepkina, Ruud Huirne, Alfons Oude Lansink, Arie Oskam. The Role of Agriculture for Rural Development in a less favoured Rural Area: The Experience of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania (Germany); Theodor Fock. Wine, Sand and Socialism: Some enduring Effects of Hungary's 'Flexible' Model of Collectivization; Chris Hann. Off-Farm Activities and Subsistence Farming in CEE Countries - A Statistical Approach; Franz Greif. Agricultural Productivity Growth: a Vehicle For Rural Poverty Reduction in Ukraine? Viktoriya Galushko, Stephan von Cramon-Taubadel. Institutional Factors Influencing Agricultural Sales of the Individual Farmers in Romania; Borbala Balint. Social Capital in Rural Areas of Latvia within the Context of Public Organisations; Modrite Pelše. The Effects of Social Capital on the Organization of Agricultural Enterprises and Rural Communities in Transition: the Case of Ukraine; Vladislav Valentinov, Tetyana Matsibora, Mykola Malik. Farm Tourism: Myth or Reality? Štefan Bojnec. Biomass Production as a Future Agricultural Development Factor in West Pomerania (Poland); Jaroslaw Senczyszyn, Agnieszka Brelik. Rural Implications of Foreign Direct Investments in the Food Industry of the Visegrad Countries; Csaba Jansik. The Impact of Information Society on Agriculture and Rural Areas Development; Anton Nedyalkov, Victoria Borisova. Agricultural Policy and Rural Development: Theoretical and Empirical Aspects; Heinz Ahrens. A Tailor-Made Common Agricultural Policy for the Accession Countries: Help or Harm for Agriculture in Eastern Europe? David Sedik. Evaluation of the Effects of Pre-Accession and Accession Instruments on the Development of the Northeast Region in Bulgaria; Plamen Mishev, Antoaneta Golemanova. Measures of Rural Development Policy in Russia; Alexander Petrikov. Priority Setting for Rural Development: an Interactive PC-Based Programming Approach; Dieter Kirschke, Astrid Häger, Kurt Jechlitschka, Stefan Wegener
    Keywords: ddc:330
    Language: English
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    Bielefeld: transcript
    Publication Date: 2019-10-23
    Description: Between 2000 and 2016, China and the UK acquired large areas of land through investment projects in Sub-Saharan Africa. Illustrated by numerous rich and nuanced empirical accounts of such projects, Ariane Goetz explains the global phenomenon of "land grabbing" from the perspective of two investor countries. She reflects on Chinese and British public policy, state-society relations, national developmental contexts, ideologies, and international relations and thereby gives insights into the political economies that enable these investments as well as the development ambitions and institutionalized paradigms of which they form a part.
    Keywords: ddc:300 ; Sociology of Development ; Globalization ; Political Science ; Politics ; International Relations ; International Political Economy ; Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) ; Investor ; Home-Country Context ; Public Policy ; Sub-Saharan Africa ; Neoliberalism ; China ; UK ; Bodenrecht ; Auslandsinvestition ; Britisch ; Chinesisch ; Kolonialismus ; Entwicklungshilfe ; Neue politische Ökonomie ; Subsahara-Afrika ; Großbritannien ; China
    Language: English
    Type: doc-type:book
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