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Author(s): Zuzana Bajusová, Lucia Svoradová, Dušan Dobák, Peter Bajus

Title: Evaluation of the impact of labour costs development on grapevine production in the Slovak republic through algorithms

Source: International Scientific Days 2016. The Agri-Food Value Chain: Challenges for Natural Resources Management and Society

Document Type: Scientific paper

ISBN: 978-80-552-1503-7


Publisher: Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra

PY, pages: 2016, 102-112

Published on-line: 2016-06-24

Language: eng

Abstract: In the paper, on the basis of the analysis of statistical data of the Research Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics, we evaluate management (production) and economic indicators of labour productivity of selected agricultural commodities in crop production, i.e. grapevine. Selected managerial and economic indicators were evaluated within the selected group of economic operators of the Research Institute of Agricultural and Food in the years 1999-2013 (15 years). Then we quantified the impact of changes in management and economic parameters of production in connection with the use of labour force under the labour costs development, depending on labour productivity of grapevine through algorithms. The main aim of this paper is to analyse the impact of labour costs on the production of grapevine and their ultimate impact on the labour force in manufacturing and economic conditions of the SR, which results in the increase or loss of job positions. The time horizon of the investigation falls within the period 1999 – 2013 and the underlying data were drawn from the Research Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics and the database of the Statistical Office.

Keywords: labor costs, labor productivity, crop production, grapevine

JEL Classification: Q19

Rights: Open Access :: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Licence
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