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|Title:||Does the post-2013 reduce the disparities in the distribution of decoupled payments across Europe? A farm-level assessment|
|Authors:||ESPINOSA GODED MARIA; ELOUHICHI KAMEL; GOMEZ Y PALOMA SERGIO|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The aim of this chapter is to assess the redistributive effect of the post-2013 CAP decoupled payments (including redistributive payment, capping and greening) across EU farms, regions and MS using harmonized EU-wide micro-economic data (FADN). Results show that, due to the external convergence of the CAP, most of the new MS would gain from the post-2013 CAP (compared to the 2012 payments); while former MS would experience a decline in their decoupled payments. The distributional effects of the post-2013 CAP decoupled payments vary strongly among MS, depending whether the MS is applying internal convergence flat rate (in 2015 or 2019), partial convergence or SAPS. The Lorenz curve shows that the decoupled payments under the post-2013 CAP are more equitably distributed among farms, sectors and regions, in comparison to the former CAP.|
|JRC Directorate:||Sustainable Resources|
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