Great share of rented land in total utilised area as well as a significant variability of land rent and market prices of land causes a need of research that would assess which factors influence the land rent as well as the price of land and how significant such factor are in each state. The average land rent is significantly lower in new EU member states than in the EU 15 members. There is a strong dependence of land rent on the intensity of production. Subsidies have moderate to medium influence. Positive increase of production intensity is in relation to lower production use of land rent, i.e., a decrease of its cost/revenue ratio. An increase of land rent in new member states of the European Union is presumed so that it will be necessary to increase the intensity of production in the corresponding way.

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Strelecek, F.,Jihoceska Univ., Ceske Budejovice (Czech Republic). Katedra Ucetnictvi a Financi Lososova, J.,Jihoceska Univ., Ceske Budejovice (Czech Republic). Katedra Ucetnictvi a Financi Zdenek, R.,Jihoceska Univ., Ceske Budejovice (Czech Republic). Katedra Ucetnictvi a Financi

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Date of publication
July 2011
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ISBN / Resource ID
AGRIS:CZ2011000721
Pages
309-317