ECONOMIC STATUS OF FARMS IN POLAND AND SPAIN IN THE YEARS 2011–2016 BASED ON FADN STATISTICS

Xesus Lopez1, Manuel Caballido2, Magdalena Śmiglak-Krajewska3, Malgorzata Węgrzyńska4
1, 2 Faculty of Business Administration and Management, University of Santiago de Compostela, 3, 4 Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Poznań University of Life Sciences
Lopez, Xesus (Faculty of Business Administration and Management, University of Santiago de Compostela)
Caballido, Manuel (Faculty of Business Administration and Management, University of Santiago de Compostela)
Śmiglak-Krajewska, Magdalena (Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Poznań University of Life Sciences)
Węgrzyńska, Malgorzata (Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Poznań University of Life Sciences)
ECONOMIC STATUS OF FARMS IN POLAND AND SPAIN IN THE YEARS 2011–2016 BASED ON FADN STATISTICS
Economic Sciences for Agribusiness and Rural Economy, 2018, vol., nr 1, s. 221-228

Słowa kluczowe

common agricultural policy economic measures agriculture in Spain agriculture in Poland

Streszczenie

The paper presents a comparison of the economic status of farms in two selected EU countries, Poland and Spain, in the period of 2011–2016. Both these countries were selected based on comparable qualitative and quantitative parameters characteristic of agriculture. An additional determinant for the selection of these countries was connected with the similar economic situation before and after their accession to the European Union. The economic status of these two countries was compared using the statistical data of the European Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN), the Macroeconomic Data Bank (Poland) and the Instituto Nacional de Estadistica (Spain). In turn, the economic situation of farms in Poland and Spain was assessed on the basis of selected economic measures: Gross Farm Income, Farm Net Value Added, Farm Net Value Added/AWU, Family Farm Income/FWU, Total output of crops and crop production, total crops output (ha), total output of livestock and livestock products, total livestock output (LU), Total assets, total fixes assets, Total labour input and unpaid labour input. The study was summarised with the conclusions.