The contribution presents the system of monitoring and data archiving in Slovenian agriculture in a transparent and comprehensive manner. The first group consists of data are statistical databases (Eurostat, European Commission). The second group of data that are subject to regular monitoring and archiving refers to data from administrative databases; in the first instance administrative data managed by MAFF and AAMRD, and selected data of the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of the Environment. This is followed by data that require real-time collection in the field, primarily to collect data for the specific needs of model calculations (price data). The presentation continues with a detailed description of three databases of Agricultural Institute of Slovenia, which are commonly used to support decision making and planning of agricultural policy in Slovenia: (i) the model calculations, (ii) the balance of agricultural products, and (iii) review of budget support for agriculture.
B.04 Guest lectureCOBISS.SI-ID: 5141608
The paper sets the scope of topics and theses for a debate on the position of Slovenian agriculture in the future CAP. In this respect, the connection exposed to the following challenges: (i) technological and organizational lag in the development of agriculture; (Ii) resilience of the sector and risk management; (Iii) a more effective system of food and agro-food chain; (Iv) a system of knowledge transfer and innovation (AKIS) In connection with the future organization of agricultural policy, the author primarily raises the challenge of more targeted and result-oriented implementation of agricultural policy.
B.04 Guest lectureCOBISS.SI-ID: 3835528