The costs of EU club membership: agri-food and economy-wide impact in Croatia
Emanuele Ferrari (),
Ana I. Sanju�n and
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Ana I. Sanjuán-López
Post-Communist Economies, 2015, vol. 27, issue 1, 60-75
Over the last 25 years Croatia's transition from a war-torn region of the former Yugoslavia to a fully independent nation has left a lasting mark. In 2013 Croatia took another step toward peace and stability by becoming the 28th member of the European Union (EU). Employing a quantitative framework to examine the economic impact of Croatian accession, results show that agricultural transfer payments are a key component of the accession deal, whilst a 'deep integration' scenario yields significant Croatian real income gains. Finally, comparing EU market access via tariff and non-tariff shocks, in Croatian agro-food sectors the former has a greater impact on output.
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