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|Title:||Income of the European Farming Systems under Alternative Policy Scenarios|
|Authors:||CRISTOIU ADRIANA; GOMEZ Y PALOMA SERGIO|
|Citation:||Agricultural Economics and Rural Development vol. 3 no. 11-12 p. 95-112|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||A prospective analysis in selected new Member States/Candidate Countries at the 2013 time horizon suggests that, when implemented as foreseen under the CAP 2003 reform, the Single Farm Payment (SFP) scheme would have a positive impact on the agricultural income of various farming systems. Although the results vary among the farming systems, regions, and countries analysed is obvious that the absence of any type of income support policies is not currently recommendable due to low economic performance of several farming systems. Under such a scenario, only few of them would be able to continue in the short and medium terms their current farming activities. However, targeted redistribution of the policy support towards the weaker components of the farming structure would improve their agricultural income prospects.|
|JRC Institute:||Growth and Innovation|
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