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Magdalena Golonko
Marcin Wysokiński
Paulina Trębska
Radim Lenort

Keywords : agricultural income, farm, disposable income, Common Agricultural Policy, Poland, European Union

The main purpose of the article was to assess Poland’s income situation in agriculture after the country acceded to the European Union. The analysis included, among others, changes in agricultural income per full-time employee and a comparison of household income of farmers and other professional groups. The sources of the materials were data from the Eurostat and CSO databases. The research period covered the years 2005–2018. The real income of the agricultural population in the analyzed period showed an upward trend but was still lower not only than the national average, but also the income of households of employees. Financial resources transferred from direct payments and structural funds under the Common Agricultural Policy had a significant impact on the improvement of the income situation of farmers.

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Golonko, M., Wysokiński, M., Gromada, A. ., Trębska, P., & Lenort, R. (2021). THE INCOME SITUATION IN AGRICULTURE AFTER POLAND ENTERED THE EUROPEAN UNION. Acta Scientiarum Polonorum. Oeconomia, 20(1), 5–14.

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