THE EU POLICIES AS THE PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION TOOL TO INCREASE THE AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EXPORTS

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Keywords
agricultural products exports, public administration, CAP, Green Deal, Farm to Fork Strategy

Abstract
Agriculture is an important source of food for people, forage for animals and raw materials for processing industries. Effective public administration of such an important economy sector as agriculture and all the sectors connected with it is an absolute must for a sustainable development of every single village as well as the whole country/continent/world. The research was conducted with the help of the univariate, empirical and comparative analyses. For better visual representation of the analysis results, such visualization tools as tabular method, bar charts, graphs with markers were used in the research. The trend lines for both products types, being upward either during the researched timeframe or the next two years taken for the projection making, were built with the help of the exponential function, having been chosen from the exponential, linear, logarithmic, polynomial and power ones. The criterion for the choice of the appropriate function was the values of the R² coefficient. The research results testify to the effectiveness of the EU public administration for agriculture and agricultural products exports as well as the correctly created/chosen/implemented strategies/policies/initiatives. The research and its results are of great help for public administrators, companies engaged in the international trade for agricultural products of either the EU or any other country outside of the union as well as NGOs, beginners and experienced statisticians and data analysts.

JEL: H83, Q17, C10.
Pages: 15

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