As part of #Erasmusdays AgriCOM CHALLENGE was presented at the Faculty of Economics, University of Novi Sad.
Within #Erasmusdays AgriCOM CHALLENGE will be presented at the Faculty of Economics, University of Novi Sad.
EXPERT VISIT 2
As part of the AgriCOM project, an expert visit and lecture was held at the 3BIR brewery, where students had the opportunity to learn about craft beer production in Serbia.
As part of the AgriCOM project, economic expert Aleksa Krčmar, financial analyst of agricultural production in the ” Čenej agrar ” company, held a lecture on the topic “Economic analysis of investments in agricultural machinery”.
EXPERT VISIT 1
Students from Subotica, as part of the expert visit for the AgriCOM project, visited the farm “Mačković”, the gallery of straw paintings, as well as the ethnic farm “Balažević”.
AGRICOM CHALLENGE REALIZED
The AgriCOM Challenge was held on Monday, March 28, 2022. Five teams presented their solutions. An expert jury: Ranko Jurjević (marketing agency Solution), Slaviša Joldić (Jakovov company) and Žana Jurjević (member of the AgriCOM team).
The first place was won by the team called AGRO 3 + 1, which consisted of Luna Jović, Dragan Ivanišević, Reka Korhec and Ivana Tubmas.
All participants were awarded certificates for attending the course and participating in the AgriCOM Challenge.
AGRICOM CHALLENGE PRESENTATIONS
On Monday, 28/3/2022 in Novi Sad (17h – S3) presentations of the case study will be organized. Five teams are working on their ideas.
REALIZED INTENSIVE TRAINING COURSE
In period 28/2/2022 – 14/3/2022 an Intensive Training Course: Competitiveness of agri-food sector of Western Balkans is realized. Course is realized by professors Bojan Matkovski, Mirko Savić and Danilo Đokić
During February and March 2022, within the ERASMUS + Jean Monnet project AgriCOM, we are organizing a competition in solving the case study AGRICOM CHALLENGE! Participants will be divided into groups, and the case study will be formulated as a real problem situation of the company JAKOVOV, which is engaged in the production of an innovative product.
In addition, we will organize a series of workshops that will help you solve the case study itself, and whose main focus is to improve competitiveness in the food market.
The competition is intended for final year students (bachelor and master), and applications are open until February 27. Number of participants is limited!
|28.2.2022.|| Presentation of the study and division into groups|
Workshop on digital marketing and solving the study in groups
|7.3.2022.||Workshop on econometric modeling and solving the study in groups|
|14.3.2022.||Workshop on investment analysis and solving the study in groups|
|28.3.2022.||Presentation of the solution and announcement of the winner by an expert jury|
A certificate will be provided for all participants in competitions and workshops.
Take this great opportunity to apply the acquired theoretical knowledge in solving a specific case study.
Questions on email@example.com or Instagram profile agro_efsu!
SCIENTIFIC PAPER IN A JOURNAL “FOODS”
Matkovski, B., Zekić, S., Đokić, D., Jurjević, Ž., & Đurić, I. (2021). Export competitiveness of agri-food sector during the EU integration process: Evidence from the Western Balkans. Foods, 11(1), 10.
Trade agreements with the European Union (EU) and Central European Free Trade Agreement (CEFTA) significantly influenced the liberalisation of agri-food products in Western Balkan (WB) countries. In all Western Balkan countries, there has been an intensification of the trade of agri-food products and a partial change in the regional and commodity structures of trade. This paper aims to identify comparative advantages of agri-food sectors and consider its tendencies during the EU integration process. Additionally, this paper will discuss some opportunities for improvement of the export positions of agri-food products. In that context and based on the literature review, the indexes of revealed comparative advantages and its modified version will be used as a main method for analysis in this research. Results showed that all Western Balkan countries, except Albania, have comparative advantages in exporting agri-food products. It is evident that Serbia has the highest level of comparative advantages in this sector. Moreover, this paper suggests that all countries should aim to provide the best possible positions for their agri-food products during pre-accession negotiations for EU membership and take the necessary steps towards increasing the level of competitiveness in the common EU market.