To which extent are counter-cyclical payments more distorting than single farm payments? Evidence from a farm household model
European Review of Agricultural Economics, 2013, vol. 40, issue 4, 685-706
The distinction between single farm payments (SFP) and counter-cyclical payments (CCPs) is mainly based on theory. Due to a lack of empirical comparative studies between these payments, it is difficult to confirm the claim that CCPs are more distorting. This paper provides a comparative analysis of these payments and quantifies the impact of such payments in the presence of debt constraints. The main findings are that CCPs are more distorting than SFP. However, the magnitude of the impact estimates is not as large as suggested by the different treatment received by both support programmes in the WTO negotiations. , Oxford University Press.
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