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Disaggregated Impacts of CAP Reforms
Proceedings of an OECD Workshop
Edited by Catherine Moreddu. Published by : OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  02 mars 2011
Pages: 316 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264096530 , Code OCDE: 512011021P1
Prix:   €80 | $112 | £72 | ¥10400 | MXN1440 , Frais de livraison inclus
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The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is an important policy for the European Union and accounts for about 40% of the EU budget. Ever since its inception in 1958, the CAP has been regularly reviewed and adjusted to improve its performance and adapt to changing circumstances. At a time when the post-2013 future of the CAP is being discussed and major challenges such as food security and climate change lay ahead, it is important to review the impact of past reforms and to draw lessons for the design of future policies.

While the studies in these proceedings often take account of national and international market effects of agricultural policies, they tend to focus on the impact of policies on farms and at the regional and local levels. Today, the European Union is composed of very diverse regions that are affected very differently by any given farm policy, depending on the structural characteristics of the farms’ and regions’ economies.

This report collects papers presented at the OECD Workshop on Disaggregated Impacts of CAP Reforms, held in Paris in March 2010, which focused on recent reforms. In particular, it examined the implementation of the single payment scheme since 2005 and the transfer of funds between different measures. Special attention was also paid to reforms of the sugar and dairy sectors with respect to the quota system and the restructuring of both these industries. The papers also look at the impact of the new direct payment system on land use, production and income.


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Foreword
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Overview
PART I. THE IMPACT OF DECOUPLING ON AGRICULTURAL MARKETS AND FARM PERFORMANCE
-Chapter 1. The impact of decoupling and modulation in the European Union: a sectoral and farm level assessment by Mark Brady, Sone Ekman and Ewa Rabinowicz
-Chapter 2. The economic impact of allowing partial decoupling under the 2003 Common Agricultural Policy reforms by alan Renwick, Torbjorn Jansson, Steven thomson, Cesar Revoredo-Giha, Andrew Barnes and Gerald Schwartz
PART II. THE IMPACT OF THE SINGLE PAYMENT SCHEME ON LAND MARKETS AND FARM STRUCTURE
-Chapter 3. European Union land markets and the Common Agricultural Policy by Pavel Ciaian, d'Artis Kancs, Johan Swinnen and Liesbet Vranken
-Chapter 4. The impact of the Health Check on structural change and farm efficiency: a comparative assessment of three European agricultural regions by Filippo Arfini and Michele Donati
PART III. THE IMPACT OF DAIRY REFORM
-Chapter 5. European Union dairy policy reform: impact and challenges by Roel Jongeneel
-Chapter 6. The impact of decoupling and price variation on dairy farmers' strategy: overview of theoretical and real effects by Baptiste Lelyon, Vincent Chatellier and Karine Daniel
PART IV. THE IMPACT OF CAP REFORM ON THE AGRO-FOOD INDUSTRY
-Chapter 7. Scenar 2020-II: Decomposition analysis to understand policy impacts on agricultural primary production and related processing sectors by Peter Nowicki and Hans van Meijl
-Chapter 8. The impact of the European Union sugar reform on the beet processing sector by Sergey Gudoshnikov
PART V. THE IMPACT OF CAP REFORM ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF SUPPORT AND INCOME
-Chapter 9. The impact of SPS implementation options on the distribution of support by Dr. Werner Kleinhanss
-Chapter 10. The CAP Health Check in France: A significant redistribution of payments? by Vincent Chatellier and Hervé Guyomard
-Chapter 11. Distribution of agricultural direct payments: the case of France  by Pierre H. Boulanger
PART VI. THE IMPACT OF CAP REFORM ON THE ENVIRONMENT
-Chapter 12. The impact of CAP reform on the environment: some regional results by Mark Brady
-Chapter 13. Environmental consequences in Austria of the 2003 CAP reform by Franz Sinabell and Erwin Schmid
PART VII. THE IMPACT OF CAP REFORM ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT
-Chapter 14. The impact of the CAP on regional employment: a multi-modelling cross-country approach by Konstadinos Mattas, Filippo Arfini, Peter Midmore, Michael Schmitz and Yves Surry
-Chapter 15. The impact of modulation as a policy instrument by Peter Nowicki, Kaley Hart and Hans van Meij
-Chapter 16. Spatial structure of agricultural production in France: the role of the Common Agricultural Policy by Neola Ben Arfa, karine Daniel, Carmen Rodriguez and Scott J. Shonkwiler
ANNEX
-Annex 16.A1. Summary Statistics and Maps
-Annex 16.A2. Workshop Agenda
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