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Published: 30 November 2021
Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B — Soil & Plant Science pp 1-14; https://doi.org/10.1080/09064710.2021.2007994
The quality and safety of agricultural products is not only related to the health of consumers, but also to the sustainable and stable development of the economy, and even to the harmony and stability of the society. The application of the theory model of multiple co-governance of agricultural product quality and safety has certain theoretical support. This paper applies big data technology to agricultural product quality and safety governance, and uses big data methods to study the key control points in the process of agricultural product traceability. Moreover, based on the selected key control points, this paper studies the key traceability indicators corresponding to the key control points of each link. In addition, this paper combines multi-disciplinary knowledge to carry out a systematic study on the legal issues of multivariate co-governance of agricultural product quality and safety in my country from the perspective of law. From the experimental research and the final decision-making suggestions, we can see that the method proposed in this paper is feasible.
PLoS ONE, Volume 16; https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0260043
Countries in the world have various indices for the implementation of economic globalization (EG). This refers to positive and negative impacts arising from its implementation, especially in agriculture. This sector is still a basic source of existence in developing countries. At the same time, these countries have been unable to optimize their agricultural value-added (AVA) and only earn a low level of income. That way, developing countries need to take advantage of EG to increase income from agricultural exports and farmers’ welfare. Other than that, there has been no study examining the impacts of EG on AVA in developing countries. So, this study intends to evaluate the impacts of the exchange rates, foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows, total agricultural export values, agricultural import duties, and fertilizer imports on AVA in developing countries. The panel data technique is used to assess its impact in 17 developing countries during 2006–2018. The study showed that FDI inflows and agricultural export values increase AVA in developing countries. In this study, EG positively impacts developing countries, but its implementation must pay attention to achieve sustainable development goals. We recommend developing countries focus on investments in human capital and technologies (or R&D), ensure foreign investors collaborate with local agricultural firms, increase agricultural exports, and create a conducive economic system
Published: 16 July 2021
Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B — Soil & Plant Science pp 1-13; https://doi.org/10.1080/09064710.2021.1946586
This paper analyses the legal framework of Chinese-funded enterprises' agricultural investment under the background of big data. To analyses the policies even that contradictions with several entities and their problems were undertaken to choose the best judgements using a decision making support system in the context analysis of the big data approach. Under the conditions of the market economy, to ensure the sustainable development of China's agricultural investment, the construction and improvement of the legal system is an effective way. Meanwhile, under on the background of big data, on the basis of in-depth reflection on the history, current situation, problems and institutional roots of China's agricultural investment legal system, this paper draws on the experience and lessons of foreign agricultural investment legal systems to conduct a more systematic analysis of China's agricultural investment legal system from the perspective of economic law. Finally, this paper gives advice on agricultural investment decision-making through problem analysis, which provides a reference for subsequent related research.
Accounting, Volume 7, pp 1407-1416; https://doi.org/10.5267/j.ac.2021.3.024
Agriculture is an industry with potential and advantages for development, but it is increasingly difficult to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) flows. Up to now, the results of attracting FDI inflows into the agricultural sector have many limitations, not really reaching the industry’s potential. This study will assess the current situation of attracting foreign direct investments into the agricultural sector in Vietnam in terms of FDI capital scale, FDI capital structure based on agriculture standard, investment method, investment partners and by investment recipients. The Red River Delta is one of the two Vietnamese economic regions with highly agricultural production. With the tradition of agricultural production and many favorable natural, economic and social conditions, the Red River Delta can further develop into a major agricultural production area of the country, contributing to economic development of the region and the whole country. However, FDI investment in agriculture in the region is modest compared to the potential of the industry as well as compared to other sectors in the region. While FDI inflow into Vietnam and other sectors in the region tends to increase strongly, FDI into agriculture is very low and has not grown for a long time, which is contrary to the trend of FDI to other sectors of the Red River Delta as well as the whole country and also contrary to the FDI flows to global agriculture.