Яндекс.Метрика

THE SYSTEM OF FACTORS OF EFFECTIVE LAND USE IN AGRICULTURE


Issue № 9, 2017, article № 7, pages 49-53

Section: Problems of efficient management

Language: Russian

Original language title: СИСТЕМА ФАКТОРОВ ЭФФЕКТИВНОГО ЗЕМЛЕПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ В СЕЛЬСКОМ ХОЗЯЙСТВЕ

Keywords: SYSTEM OF FACTORS, EXOGENOUS FACTORS, ENDOGENOUS FACTORS, FORMAL INSTITUTIONS, INFORMAL INSTITUTIONS, CONTROL, EFFICIENCY, AGRICULTURAL LAND USE

Abstract: On the basis of generalization and critical discussion of scientific statements of institutional, neo-institutional and other theories, different points of view of domestic and foreign scientists developed the system of factors of increase of efficiency of agricultural land use. With regard to exogenous factors, the proposed linear algorithm including step-by-step implementation of the prescribed actions on state, economic and socio-economic stages. At some stages it is necessary to adjust the external impact of the transformation of land relations through the adoption of managerial decisions to smooth the internal conditions of the development of this process. The authors made the formula for determining the amount of expenses for the transaction, "forecasting the dynamics of socio-economic development of subject of Russian Federation" that gives you the ability to search logically linked variants of optimization of transaction costs. As a result of studying the relevant theoretical and methodological guidelines established that have a direct and indirect influence on agricultural land use endogenous factors can be economic, each of which acts in concert with the factors of other groups of transformation of the land relations - institutional and social. The authors have modelled the influence of social endogenous factors on the efficiency of agricultural land use and control of land resources in agriculture. The practical value of the research consists in the implementation of the proposed conceptual directions of transformation of the land relations and control of land resources in agriculture.

Authors: Zavorotin Evgenii Feofanovich, Gordopolova Alla Aleksandrovna, Tiurina Natalia Sergeevna