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Drivers of Cooperation Activity in Kosovo’s Agriculture

Doctoral School of Management and Business Administration, Szent István University, Gödöllő 2100, Hungary
Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, Szent István University, Gödöllő 2100, Hungary
Metropolitan University, Budapest 1148, Hungary
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Agriculture 2019, 9(5), 96;
Received: 20 March 2019 / Revised: 25 April 2019 / Accepted: 28 April 2019 / Published: 2 May 2019
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This research aims to determine the demographic and economic factors affecting agriculture cooperation activity in Kosovo. Primary data was collected from 249 farmers in Kosovo through structured questionnaires using the random sampling technique. The results show that the level of cooperation among farmers in Kosovo is low due to the lack of trust in the cooperative institutions. The binary logistic regression analysis used in the study shows that location, gender, age, education level, trust, and farm size have significantly influenced the cooperation activity. Findings also highlight that the farmers who live in rural areas, as well as those who are young and have got a higher level of education and trust, show a higher level of activity associated with cooperation, whereas farms managed by (older) men with lower level of education are less likely to cooperate. Estimation indicates that medium sized farms show a high level of cooperation, which can be statistically verified, and only the type of farming has nonsignificant influence in cooperation. View Full-Text
Keywords: Kosovo agriculture; willingness to cooperate; trust; cooperatives Kosovo agriculture; willingness to cooperate; trust; cooperatives

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Muriqi, S.; Fekete-Farkas, M.; Baranyai, Z. Drivers of Cooperation Activity in Kosovo’s Agriculture. Agriculture 2019, 9, 96.

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