Author(s): Eva Ďurišová, Natália Turčeková, Mária Urbánová, Dominika Čeryová, Tatiana Svetlanská
Title: Competitive Export Performance in EU Countries in Agri - Food Sector
Source: International Scientific Days 2018 :: Towards Productive, Sustainable and Resilient Global Agriculture and Food Systems :: Proceedings
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer ČR, Prague
PY, pages: 2018, 62-73
Published on-line: 2018-11-09
Abstract: A decisive issue in the EU agri-food market is a competitive performance of each member state. The export competitive performance in agriculture and food industry sector has been influenced by two occasions in past fifteen years, namely the economic crisis in 2008 and the enlargement of EU in 2004 by CEEC´s countries.
The export competitiveness in intra-EU trade from 2000-2015 by comparing those sectors, how the export performance have been changed after EU enlargement and how the economic crisis have had an effect on countries export performance.
We used EMS indicators were calculated to measure export competitive performance in each member states of EU during three periods. It has been showed that food industry sector and agriculture sector are closed to each other and
interconnected, while it has indicated differences in export performance. The main objective of this thesis is to analyse export competitive performance in agricultural sector and food industry of intra-EU trade. We analyse Export
Markets Share of selected member state in EU due to data of Eurostat, we have calculated the EMS index, have been split into three periods of time we did for EMS. The Export Market Share index (EMS) describes the export performance
in EU area based on its member states. Export market share index could be calculated as the share of export of one sector (agriculture or food industry) with total export of all sectors of all EU countries. According to the results
of selected member state we have seen which country has the highest or lowest share on market. The result in EMS agriculture sector of selected countries we may conclude that in the first period France, Spain and Netherland hold
the highest market share.
Keywords: food industry sector, agriculture sector, competitive performance, EMS index
JEL Classification: G12, Q02, Q17, M21
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