28 нов 2020

RAD U ČASOPISU „OUTLOOK ON AGRICULTURE“

Matkovski B., Kalaš B., Zekić S., Jeremić M. (2019). Agri-food Competitiveness in South East Europe. Outlook on Agriculture. 48(4), 326-335. DOI: 10.1177/0030727019854770

The purpose of this article is to determine the level of competitiveness of agri-food products in South East European (SEE)countries within the processes of European Union (EU) and regional integration as well as to find the factors thatdetermine agri-food competitiveness. This article uses the revealed comparative advantages (RCAs) index to find the levelof comparative advantage of agri-food products. Additionally, a model for identifying the determinants of the SEE agri-foodcomparative advantage was constructed and estimated. The results show that all SEE countries (except for Albania) havecomparative advantages in the agri-food sector as part of the global market. Also, the estimation of the model shows thatpartial productivities in agriculture have a positive impact on comparative advantage while gross domestic product (GDP)per capita has a negative impact. This article makes a useful review of competitiveness of agri-food sector in SEE countriesand determines which factors are significant for an RCA index. This is essential for policymakers to identify whatdeterminants improve or degrade competitiveness of the agri-food sector in SEE countries.

https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0030727019854770

28 нов 2020

RAD U ČASOPISU „AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS“

Marcikić Horvat A., Matkovski B., Zekić S., Radovanov B. (2020). The Technical Efficiency of Agriculture in Western Balkan Countries during EU Integration. Agricultural Economics – Zemědělskáekonomika, 66(2), 65-73. DOI: 10.17221/224/2019-AGRICECON

The main goal of this paper is to compare the relative technical efficiency of agriculture in Western Balkan countries to those of the European Union and to propose ways to improve the position of Western Balkan count­ries. The group of Western Balkan countries includes Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, and Albania, which are candidate countries for European Union membership, as well as Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is currently a po­tential candidate. An input-oriented Data Envelopment Analysis model with the variable return to scale was applied to an 11-year period from 2006 to 2016. Input variables used in the model included labour, land, and capital, and the out­put was presented as the value of agricultural production. The highest average technical efficiency was achieved by the EU15 countries for the entire eleven-year period, while the Western Balkan countries had the lowest score. The source of this inefficiency was identified in

https://www.agriculturejournals.cz/web/agricecon.htm?type=article&id=224_2019-AGRICECON

26 нов 2020

Realizovan kick off meeting

26.11.2020. godine održan je kick off meeting za koordinatore Jean Monnet projekata. Ispred projektnog tima AgriCOM prisustvovao je koordinator projekta doc. dr Bojan Matkovski.

26 окт 2020

Izrada webisite-a

Naš tim započeo je pripremne radove za izradusajta našeg Erasmus+ Jean Monnet projekta AgriCOM!

17 окт 2020

#Erasmusdays

U okviru #Erasmusdays nedelјe, na Ekonomskom fakultetu, Univerzitet u Novom Sadu održana je prezentacija projekta AgriCOM

29 сеп 2020

Potpisan Grant Agreement

Potpisan Grant Agreement za projekat Agricultural Policy of European Union and its influence on competitiveness of agri-food products of Serbia – AgriCOM

Start: 29-09-2020 – End: 28-09-2023

Project Reference: 620128-EPP-1-2020-1-RS-EPPJMO-MODULE