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Evaluation of Agri-environmental Policies
Selected Methodological Issues and Case Studies
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  26 sept 2012
Pages: 256 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264179325 , Code OCDE: 512012111P1
Prix:   €69 | $96 | £62 | ¥8900 | MXN1240 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Governments are increasingly aware of the importance of monitoring and evaluating their policies - including agri-environmental policies - and are devoting efforts to strengthening their monitoring and evaluation systems and capacities. They aim to improve their performance by establishing evidence-based policy-making, evidence-based management and evidence-based accountability, which will help to improve the design and implementation of policies. Have agri-environmental and agricultural policies, including cross-compliance  and environmental regulations, succeeded in meeting environmental objectives for agriculture in OECD countries (and selected non-OECD countries)? What is the role for governments to encourage farmers to deliver environmental public goods? The report includes a selection papers presented at the OECD Workshop on Evaluation of Agri-environmental Policies, held 20-22 June 2011 in Braunschweig, Germany.

Tables des matières:
I. Framework for agri-environmental policy evaluation
Chapter 1. Design and implementation of agri-environmental policies: Are guidelines feasible? by Clunie Keenleyside, Ben Allen, Kaley Hart and David Baldock
Chapter 2. Evaluating policies for delivering agri-environmental public goods by Alison Burrell
II. Specific evaluation issues and country experiences
Chapter 3. Evidence-based agri-environmental policies: The Swedish experience by Sören Höjgård and Ewa Rabinowicz
Chapter 4. Additionality in US agri-environmental programmes for working land:
A preliminary look at new data by Roger Claassen
III. Lessons learnt from evaluations performed
Chapter 5. Follow-up study of the impacts of agri-environmental measures in Finland by Jyrki Aakkula, Mikko Kuussaari, Katri Rankinen, Petri Ekholm, Janne Heliölä, Terho Hyvönen, Laura Kitti and Tapio Salo
Chapter 6. Evaluation of agri-environmental measures in Flanders, Belgium by Michael Van Zeebroeck and Dirk Van Gijseghem
Chapter 7. Evaluation of cross compliance in England by the Agri-Environment Analysis Theme Group and Farming and Feed Group of DEFRA
Chapter 8. A policy evaluation of Environmentally Friendly Direct Payment Programme in Korea by Chang-Gil Kim and James Banfill
IV. New methodologies and evaluation approaches
Chapter 9. Evaluating agri-environmental schemes using a spatially explicit agent-based modelling approach by Marleen Schouten, Nico Polman, Eugène Westerhof and Paul Opdam
Chapter 10. Econometric methods for estimating the additional effects of agri-environmental schemes on farmers' practices by Sylvan Chabé-Ferret and Julie Subervie
Chapter 11. Application of the Agri-Environmental Footprint Index to assess agri-environmental policies in Greece by Stamatios Christopoulos and George Vlahos
V. Market-based solutions to agri-environmental policy
Chapter 12. Cost effectiveness of CAP greening measures: An ex ante evaluation in Italy by Andrea Povellato and Davide Longhitano
Chapter 13. Socio-political conditions for successful water quality trading
in the South Nation River Watershed, Canada by Dennis O'Grady
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