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Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries 2009
Monitoring and Evaluation
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  31 juil 2009
Pages: 278 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264061729 , Code OCDE: 512009031P1
Prix:   €60 | $81 | £51 | ¥7500 | MXN1080 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Remplacé par: Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries 2010 - At a Glance - (Disponible (impression à la demande))
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Périodicité: Annuel   Tableaux: 78 

Description
This report is a unique source of up-to-date estimates of support to agriculture. It provides an overview of agricultural support in the OECD area, complemented by individual chapters on agricultural policy developments in all OECD countries. This edition finds that overall support to farmers in OECD countries has been declining. It shows that the decline has largely been due to a narrowing of the gap between domestic and world agricultural commodity prices.

The report also focuses on the impacts of the current financial and economic crisis on agriculture, and the policy responses. Agriculture is expected to fare better than many other sectors. It has a relatively smaller financial exposure, demand is less sensitive to income falls, and the existing set of support policies in many countries can dampen the impact of the crisis. Governments are facing tighter fiscal conditions, which is likely to prompt further review of support policies, including for agriculture.

The 2008 United States Farm Act, the Health Check of the European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy and the new Growing Forward policy framework in Canada are also reviewed in the report. A special feature in the report focuses on agri-environmental policies in OECD countries.


Tables des matières:

-Acronyms
-Executive Summary
PART I. MAIN POLICY DEVELOPMENTS AND POLICY EVALUATION
Chapter 1. Evaluation of Recent Developments in Agricultural Policy and Support
-Key Economic and Market Developments
-Implications of the Financial and Economic Crisis, and Agricultural Policy Responses
-Main Changes in Agricultural Policies
-Developments in Agricultural Support
-Assessment of Reform Progress
-Annex 1.A. Policy Principles and Operational Criteria
-Annex 1.B. Definitions of OECD Indicators of Agricultural Support
-Annex 1.C. The PSE Classification
Chapter 2. Developments in Agri-Environmental Policies in OECD Countries
-Targeting Policies to Adddress Environmental Issues in Agriculture
-Policy Instruments to Address Environmental Issues in Agriculture
-Agri-Environmental Payments in the Overall Framework of Agricultural Policy
-Summary and Conclusions
PART II. COUNTRY CHAPTERS
Chapter 3. Australia
Chapter 4. Canada
Chapter 5. European Union
Chapter 6. Iceland
Chapter 7. Japan
Chapter 8. Korea
Chapter 9. Mexico
Chapter 10. New Zealand
Chapter 11. Norway
Chapter 12. Switzerland
Chapter 13. Turkey
Chapter 14. United States
PART III. SUMMARY TABLES OF ESTIMATES OF SUPPORT FOR OECD COUNTRIES
-Table III.1. OECD Producer Support Estimate by Country
-Table III.2. OECD Consumer Support Estimate by Country
-Table III.3. OECD General Services Support Estimate by Country
-Table III.4. OECD Total Support Estimate by Country
-Table III.5. OECD Composition of Producer Support Estimate by Country
-Table III.6. OECD Characteristics of Policy Support by Country
-Table III.7. OECD Composition of General Services Support by Country
-Table III.8. OECD Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity (US$)
-Table III.9. OECD Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity (EUR)
-Table III.10. Australia Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.11. Canada Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.12a. European Union 27: Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.12b. European Union 25: Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.13. Iceland Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.14. Japan Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.15. Korea Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.16. Mexico Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.17. New Zealand Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.18. Norway Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.19. Switzerland Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.20. Turkey Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.21. United States Producer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.22. OECD Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity (US$)
-Table III.23. OECD Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity (EUR)
-Table III.24. Australia Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.25. Canada Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.26a. European Union 27 Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.26b. European Union 25 Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.27. Iceland Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.28. Japan Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.29. Korea Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.30 Mexico Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.31. New Zealand Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.32. Norway Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.33. Switzerland Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.34. Turkey Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.35. United States Consumer Single Commodity Transfers by Commodity
-Table III.36. Australia: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.37: Canada: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.38a. European Union 27: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.38b. European Union 25: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.39. Iceland: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.40. Japan: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.41. Korea: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.42. Mexico: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.43. New Zealand: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.44. Norway: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.45. Switzerland: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.46. Turkey: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Table III.47. United States: Payments Made on the Basis of Area, Animal Numbers, Receipts or Income
-Data Improvements Implemented in the 2009 PSE/CSE Database
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