Aliczki Katalin, Aradi István, Csikai Miklós, Erdész Ferencné, Fogarasi József, Garay Róbert, Gáti Ede, Kozak Anita, Nyárs Levente, Papp Gergely, Popp József, Potori Norbert, Udovecz Gábor, Varga Edina and Vőneki Éva (2008): A versenyesélyek javításának lehetőségei az élelmiszergazdaságban. Agrárgazdasági Tanulmányok Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 167 p. ISBN

Magyarország kedvező (bár nem kiemelkedő) adottságokkal rendelkezik egy versenyképes, korszerű agrárgazdaság megteremtéséhez. A társadalmi elvárás és a reális cél egyértelmű: az adott világgazdasági feltételek, az európai KAP szabályai, illetve a nemzeti keretek között agrárerőforrásainkat a lehető legnagyobb mértékben a GDP növelése és a foglalkoztatás (a megélhetés) szolgálatába állítani. A gyenge versenyképesség okait több mint 70, többnyire meghatározó hazai és külföldi mezőgazdasági, élelmiszeripari...

Popp József (2007): Biofuel Production and its International Implications. Agrárgazdasági Tanulmányok Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 132 p. ISBN 978 963 491 510 2

The paper deals with the issue of energy and food security, and the market structures in bio-energy markets. The paper gives an analysis of the interaction of biofuel support policies with transport and related tax policies, agricultural, trade, energy and environmental policies. Furthermore, the study focus on the global outlook of biofuel production, and provides projections for the biofuel sector in Hungary.

Fogarasi József, Nyárs Levente, Papp Gergely, Varga Edina and Vőneki Éva (2007): Present State of the Main Livestock Production Sectors and Feed Production in Romania. Agrárgazdasági Tanulmányok Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 104 p. ISBN 978 963 491 509 6

The paper has two main goals, on the one hand, to present the development and the market regulation of the main livestock production sectors (milk, pig, poultry, sheep) and feed production in Romania; and, on the other hand, to analyse the impact of the EU membership of Romania on the Hungarian livestock production on the short and medium term. The EU Accession of Romania had a positive effect on the Hungarian-Romanian agricultural trade; the volume of the trade, which was significant also before...

Bognár Imre, Dorgai László, Erdész Ferencné, Fogarasi József, Himics Mihály, Jankuné Kürthy Gyöngyi, Kartali János, Keszthelyi Szilárd, Kovács Gábor, Kozak Anita, Nyárs Levente, Papp Gergely, Pesti Csaba, Popp József, Potori Norbert, Radóczné Kocsis Terézia, Udovecz Gábor, Varga Edina, Vőneki Éva and Wagner Hartmut (2007): Hungarian Agriculture Under Pressure for Adjustment. Agrárgazdasági Tanulmányok Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 140 p. ISBN 978 963 491 511 9

In order to support strategic planning, the study outlines the structural changes, prospects and potentials of the Hungarian agriculture in the medium-term based on, inter alia, the foreseeable changes in and the scope of action of agricultural policies, projected supply and demand trends on domestic and external markets as well as the expected modernising efforts.

Bánáti Diána, Popp József and Potori Norbert (2007): Legal and economic aspects of GM plants. Agrárgazdasági Tanulmányok Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 88 p. ISBN 978-963-491-503-4

The paper deals with the regulation of the production and the international trade of genetically modified organisms (GMOs). The paper gives an analysis of the implementation of coexistence, production and use of genetically modified crops. Furthermore, the study focus on the potential of GM crops in biofuel production, and provides projections for the cereal sector and GM crops in Hungary.

Kürthy Gyöngyi, Kürti Andrea, Stauder Márta and Wagner Hartmut (2007): The reasons of the dynamic increase of import in the Hungarian food economy. Agrárgazdasági Tanulmányok Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 126 p. ISBN 978 963 491 506 5

The study examines the causes of the increase of food economy import. The growth of import has become particularly conspicuous following Hungary’s EU accession, although it seemed to slow down in 2006. The study employed three methods in order to investigate the issue: the analysis of statistical data, the description of the export achievement of three Visegrad countries (Poland, the Czech Republic and Slovakia) and a questionnaire survey targeted to the following operators: agricultural producers,...

Györe Dániel, Hodina Péter, Horváth Zsuzsanna, Kemény Gábor, Mizik Tamás, Németh Noémi, Stummer Ildikó, Thury Eszter, Tunyoginé Nechay Veronika, Varga Tibor and Vágó Szabolcs (2007): Price calculation in agriculture: theoretical foundations and current practice in Hungary. Agrárgazdasági Tanulmányok Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 184 p. ISBN 978-963-491-501-0

The study provides an in-depth analysis of the value proportionality of agricultural prices. Price transmission calculations and an extensive questionnaire-based study among market operators in the various product chains make it possible to locate market dominance between the various phases of the food product chain. Between the various phases, market dominance correlates with the concentration of production. Consequently, for an overwhelming part of the products under review, dominance appears in...

Erdész Ferencné (2007): The situation and prospects of the Hungarian fruit and vegetable market. Agrárgazdasági Tanulmányok Agrárgazdasági Kutató Intézet, Budapest. 168 p. ISBN 978 963 491 498 3

The study attempts to provide a forecast of the anticipated trends on the fruit and vegetable markets of the European Union and Hungary until 2010. It surveys the changes, since the millennium and the EU enlargement of 2004, of the Hungarian fruit and vegetable sector, the trends of consumption and domestic and international trade. In addition to providing a comprehensive overview of the industry, the position of the markets of products important in terms of production in the EU and the Hungarian...