[Title:] Agrarian Economy and Rural Development - Realities and Perspectives for Romania. 9th Edition of the International Symposium, November 2018, Bucharest [Pages:] 216-223
The purpose of the paper is to analyze the profitability of soybean, rice, beet and hemp crops for the production year 2017/2018, given that these crops are subject to reductions in cultivated areas and for their maintenance in crops, in the form of coupled support for conventional crops, and for organic crops - sM 11.2 support for maintaining organic farming practices). The research method used is the qualitative analysis of the absolute and relative indicators of profitability, in the context in which profitability is "an instrument for substantiating the decisions concerning the internal management of economic units, acquiring an essential criterion for assessing the economic efficiency". In principle, the situation of each crop is analyzed analytically on the income and expense indicators, so that the profitability ratios for the analyzed agricultural products are presented in two respects: non-subsidized rate of return and subsidy rate, with an emphasis on highlighting the profitability gaps between the two production systems: conventional and environmentally friendly. It examines the location of each crop in terms of profitability rates and makes some concluding remarks about the two production systems as well as the need to grant subsidies.
profitability consumed resources conventional system ecological system subsidies