Subsidized Crop Insurance In Poland - Analysis Of 10 Years Of Functioning
Marietta Janowicz-Lomott , Krzysztof Łyskawa
AbstractPolish accession to the European Union resulted in loss of the use of multiple instruments hedging Polish farmers from sudden changes in the market. An alternative to intervention or production subsidies have become initiated in 2005 with subsidized crop insurances. It should, however, be argued that these insurance do not meet the expectations of farmers, and are not security against threats that the farmers actually fear of. Commonness, but still restrained, was not reached until introducing the obligation to insure crops. Analysis of available statistical data and specific provisions of the acts allows the assessment of the effectiveness of their use by farmers in Poland.
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|Book||Karasavvoglou Anastasios, Kyrkilis D., Polychronidou Persefoni (eds.): Proceedings of the 7th International Conference ‘The Economies of Balkan and Eastern Europe Countries in the changed World’ EBEEC 2015 Kavala, Greece May 8-10, 2015, 2015, Eastern Macedonia and Thrace Institute of Technology; University of Macedonia, Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies, ISBN 978-960-363-063-0, 167 p.|
|Keywords in English||crop insurance, subsidized insurance, agriculture, compulsory insurance, famer|
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