Dochody ludności rolniczej (tworzenie, podział, funkcje)

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Wydział Prawa i Administracji UAM

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Incomes of Agricultural Population (Creation, Division, Functions)


Incomes of agricultural population encompass as well incomes from farm running, as non-agricultural incomes (mainly from work beyond the farm). In a farm the produced income consists of payment of own work and of net income (i.e. rent and interest). Sources of income creation and distribution are inherent in production resources possessed by a farm. A farm income is then created as a result of work by a family farm, while its effectiveness is different owing to a farm type (and its structure). It is reflected in payment of own work and in distinction of net income, that can occur only potentially sometimes. The produced agricultural income is divided for a consumed part (equal to payment of own work) and accumulated part (equal to net income). Consumption is increased by non-agricultural incomes and finally it appears as natural, goods and social consumption (such division is conditioned by the way of satisfaction of the country's population needs). Accumulation is destined for net investments and increase in resources of acting capital, what occurs in some farms potentially only. There are connected with division of agricultural incomes some functions that are fulfilled by the division as wel in consumption, as n production sphere. Consumption and production functions are the most important ones. They determine development of farm output and interests of farm population in its growth.



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Ruch Prawniczy, Ekonomiczny i Socjologiczny 43, 1981, z. 1, s. 195-206



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Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu
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