CONCEPT APPROACH FOR MEASURING SOLIDARITY ECONOMY IN AGRICULTURE

Chama Theodore KETUAMAOleksii GONCHARENKO

Abstract

Purpose – this work aims to modernize and supplement the methodological approach developed to measure the solidarity economy as a socio-economic phenomenon to determine the reserves and potential for transformation of solidarity at the level of national economies. Research methodology – the presented research has a conceptual character. For the formation of the algorithm for evaluation used the method of logical generalization and systematic analysis, for search and analysis of descriptive data – thematic analysis of literature sources, for the formation and selection of indicators of solidarity economy of the agricultural sector – content analysis of data characterizing the development of cooperatives in agriculture and their environment functioning, using of secondary data allowed to synthesize existing knowledge, to analyze the current state of solidarity of the agricultural sector. Scientific articles of the Scopus database, publications of web portals of the solidarity economy (SE), and information from the Eurostat methodology were used as sources. Findings – the research contributes to increasing the visibility of the positive effects of the SE in the agricultural sector to improve its social and political recognition. R...Continue Reading

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Feb 22, 2017·International Journal for Equity in Health·Eric A Friedman, Lawrence O Gostin
Oct 30, 2013·International Journal for Equity in Health·Ying-Chih ChuangTzu-Hsuan Yang

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