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Through Common Agricultural Policy Reforms: A Short Analysis

Jean Vasile Andrei and Mircea Untaru
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Mircea Untaru: University Ioan Slavici of Timisoara, Romania

International Journal of Sustainable Economies Management (IJSEM), 2012, vol. 1, issue 3, 32-40

Abstract: Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is one of the major European policies with the highest financial and social impact not only for rural communities but at the whole EU-27 level. Making this policy work has generated serious imbalances and disruptions between member states. For correcting this situation, all the reforms, starting with The MacSharry reform has aimed to improve this policy, the financial allotments and correct the functional mechanism. This paper makes a short analysis regarding the main CAP reforms since 1992 to 2003, reviling the main changes and improvements of it.

Date: 2012
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