Vol. 12 No. 1-2 (2018)
Articles

The Investigation of Factors Influencing the Market Prices of Agricultural Land in Hungary

Published May 2, 2018
Tóth-Naár Zsuzsanna
Szent István University. Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences. Institute of Economics. Law and Methodology
Sőreg Pál Ádám
Szent István University. Doctoral School of Management and Business Administration
Naár Tamás Antal
Szent István University. Doctoral School of Management and Business Administration
Sergey A Vinogradov
Szent István University. Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences. Institute of Economics. Law and Methodology
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Tóth-Naár, Z. T.-N., Sőreg, P. Ádám ., Naár, T. A. ., & Vinogradov, S. A. (2018). The Investigation of Factors Influencing the Market Prices of Agricultural Land in Hungary. Applied Studies in Agribusiness and Commerce, 12(1-2), 5-10. https://doi.org/10.19041/APSTRACT/2018/1-2/1

The role of land (as the basis and the resource of agricultural production) is the most significant among the resources of production. The ownership of land, its use, the issue of its price and value, they have been key problems of political, social, legal and economic decisions. There were theoretical and practical experts throughout the world, and we intensively have to deal with the issue of land evaluation. In our research using empirical data collection and statistical methods, we examined not only the factors have influenced on land prices, but its effect as well.

We have proven that the „golden crown”-based land evaluation system (golden crown is a measurement unit of the quality of agricultural land in Hungary) can show the land quality differences even today, but in spite of this, the results of calculations (and also the practice) increasingly justify and urge the necessity of the introduction of a modern land evaluation system.

namese professionals graduated in Hungary, the reputation and popularity of Hungarian agricultural products and technologies, the achievements of R&D in the field of agriculture – could not be utilized from Hungarian side. Vietnam, however still preserved its socialist political establishment,but in terms of its economic development strategy and economic policy has gradually been standing on the basis of market orientation. Vietnam, with its population of ninety million shows a rapid and successful development and it means good opportunities even for Hungarian entrepreneurs.

It would be a mistake to leave these potentials unused.

JEL Classification: Q10, Q24, Q30