The most important for the stability of Europe and Czech milk market is to remain competitive in world markets, as the main way for balance on the internal market is based on successful export of dairy products to third countries. Price volatility and environmental sustainability are seen as the most serious current problems in the dairy industry and dairy farming. The aim of this paper is to assess the development of the production and milk prices in the EU and assess the main factors that affect labour productivity. The number of cows per worker is one of the most important factors affecting labour productivity. Effect of prices on labour productivity in monetary expression is not as significant as is usually assumed. The technical equipment of labour should be an important factor influencing the number of cows per worker. The hypothesis that higher technical equipment of labour should create better conditions for higher productivity could be assumed.
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Please Cite this Article as:
Radek ZDENĚK, Jana LOSOSOVÁ (2014) Factors Influencing The Labour Productivity In Dairy Sector In Eu. Review of Agricultural and Applied Economics. XVII (Number 2, 2014): 38-44. doi: 10.15414/raae.2014.17.02.38-44
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