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|Title:||Income and Factor Markets under the 2003 CAP Reform - Workshop Proceedings|
|Other Identifiers:||EUR 23422 EN|
|Abstract:||The European Council in December 2005 invited the European Commission (EC) to report in 2008-2009 on the European Union budgetary spending including that on the common agricultural policy (CAP). In relation to this call, EC initiated a "health check" of the 2003 CAP reform aiming at the assessment of its impacts. This political interest and ongoing political debates stress on the high topical relevance of the farm- and regional-level as well as market effects of the CAP. A workshop that reunited researchers and policymakers was organised in June 2007 in Seville with the aim to examine and to discuss recent research results and available empirical evidence related to the potential effects of implementing the 2003 CAP reform on the agricultural income and factor markets in the EU Member States. This report reunites several papers provided as additional support to the presentations given during the workshop. The topics of the papers in this report relate to the effects of the Pillar 1 instruments on the income distribution among regions and/or farming systems, and the effects of decoupling direct payments on agricultural factor markets. Potential changes of farmers' behaviour under the new policy context are also considered.|
|JRC Institute:||Growth and Innovation|
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