RECENT DEVELOPMENTS OF THE EU FARMLAND MARKETS: NATIONAL VARIABLES AND COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF THE CAP REFORM IN SELECTED COUNTRIES; Proceedings of the Fourth Minnesota Padova Conference on Food,Agriculture, and the Environment, September 4-10, 1994, MN
Guido Bazzani (),
Maurizio Grillenzoni and
No 14451, Working Papers from University of Minnesota, Center for International Food and Agricultural Policy
The present paper consists of two main parts. The first one gives a picture of the more recent development of the farmland market in selected EC countries since 1985/86. Two main indicators are used to make relatively comparable the observed trends concerning: i) land mobility, ii) farmland values. The second one tries to evaluate the effects of the CAP reform and the influence of national variables overtime, taking into account the following indicators: i) mobility (on land transfers; on tenancy), ii) income (for agricultural or forest use), iii) farmland values (in the plain; in the hill/mountain areas). Considerations on land market complexity and segmentation are finally included, with justification on the empirical approach adopted in the paper.
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