Transformations Of European Agricultural Sector, Market And Model Under The Influence Of Common Agricultural Policy (Cap)
Jean Vasile Andrei,
Mirela Panait () and
Alexandra Alecu ()
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Alexandra Alecu: Petroleum â€“Gas University of Ploiesti, Romania
International Conference on Competitiveness of Agro-food and Environmental Economy Proceedings, 2015, vol. 4, 137-147
The European agricultural sector is, for the last decades, a subject to a quite extensive and important transformations imposed by the new paradigm`s changing of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), especially the influences of complex phenomena such as integration and globalization of markets under pressure impose by changes in the global economy. From this perspective, the agriculture is not only a traditional economic sector designed to ensure the food safety and food security, but also a complex one; the agriculture becoming multifunctional in rural communities and diversification of the multi-activities. In this article are analysed some of the major transformations of this sector, form the perspective of the European agricultural market and European agricultural model under the CAP`s influence.
Keywords: CAP; agriculture; Agricultural factor income; agricultural paradigm; direct aids. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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