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The role of ecological, economic and educational imperatives in development of organic agricultural production / Bezus R.M., Dubrova N.P. // Ekonomika APK. - 2014. - № 10 - P. 27

The modern attitude to potential consequences of organic agricultural production implementation is considered in the article. In particular, the article shows the consequences of organic agricultural production implementation under conditions of the world society development in the direction of reorientation of priorities from economic priorities to social and economic priorities. The authors emphasize that the main incentive of mass implementation of the organic agricultural production will be the change of a thinking style of agricultural producers due to a system of professional training. The author has carried out the correlation analysis and built correlation pleiades on the basis of data at a level of education, a state of the environment, a state of economy and development of organic agricultural production of 122 countries of the world. There are mathematical proofs that a share of an agricultural sector in GDP of a country has an inverse correlation with a share of organic lands in a general area of a country and a level of education is the main indicator of development of the organic agricultural production market. Tabl.: 1. Figs.: 1. Refs.: 12.
Key words: organic agricultural production, development of organic agricultural production, imperative, level of education, correlation analysis, correlation pleiades


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