Issues around agricultural land concentration have been the subject of increased focus among the academic community and the public recently, although they have been discussed within the national and macro-regional policy landscape for some time. The effect of land concentration has also been addressed in the context of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), specifically, to comply with the provisions of the EU’s Green Deal, and to preserve and restore the natural environment, social welfare, and food security, among others.
This research aims to objectively analyze the process of land concentration in Ukraine, its driving factors, and the changes that occur in rural areas as a result of the activities of agricultural holdings. The findings will be used to inform the identification of prospects as well as to make recommendations for the regulation of the land market and the formation of a relevant sectoral policy.
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