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Zhulkanych Nelya

D.Sc. (History), Professor,

Faculty of Historical Science,

Uzhhorod National University

3 Narodna Square, Uzhhorod, 88000, Ukraine



Zhulkanych Alexander

PhD, Professor,

Uzhhorod Institute of Trade and Economics of

Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics

4 Korytnianska Str., Uzhhorod, 88020, Ukraine




Abstract: The authors generalize the experience of the development of agrarian relations in Hungary in the period of the 1960-1980’s. The peculiarities of functioning of the so-called “Hungarian model” of socialist agrarian management, its efficiency, positive and negative aspects have been characterized. The processes of transformation and privatization, which took place in the Hungarian villages, have been presented.

Keywords: agriculture, development model, agricultural production, reforms.

JEL Classifications: N50


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