THE EFFECTS OF THE LIFE ANNUITY PROGRAM ON THE AGRICULTURAL LAND EXPLOITATION AND PROPERTY DIMENSION

Published in Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation, Earth Observation & Surveying, Environmental Engineering, Vol. III
Written by Ramona DOBRE, Mihaela Valentina DRACEA, Alexandru Costin CIRSTEA

This paper aims to show the link between the evolution of the land property structure and exploitation and the life annuity program. In order to establish the modification that this program brought to the agriculture it is essential to study it as a program adopted from the French model as a need to relaunch the agriculture by supporting the medium and large sized farms so the main purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the direct connection existing between adopting this program and the increase of the exploitation dimension. As a measure with the main goal of concentrating the agricultural surface in a country such as Romania, which is facing as a huge problem the excessive fragmentation of the agricultural land, fact that makes a profitable and competitive exploitation impossible, life annuity, as this article will conclude had an important role and impact on transforming small sized exploitation into medium and large sized exploitation. The main methods utilized in elaborating this article were collecting ant interpretation of statistical data.

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Dobre R., Dracea M.V., Cirstea A. C. 2014, THE EFFECTS OF THE LIFE ANNUITY PROGRAM ON THE AGRICULTURAL LAND EXPLOITATION AND PROPERTY DIMENSION. Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation, Earth Observation & Surveying, Environmental Engineering, Vol. III, Print ISSN 2285-6088, 141-144.


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