EU CAP 2014-2020 policy implementation choices: Is there a Member State typology?
Evelien Cronin and
No 271967, 162nd Seminar, April 26-27, 2018, Budapest, Hungary from European Association of Agricultural Economists
In this study an attempt was made to develop a typology, grouping Member States based on their implementation choices in Pillar 1 and Pillar 2, which extends previous analysis that were limited to only one of the CAP pillars. The outcomes of the analysis are five clusters consisting of 5 to 8 countries. It turned out to be difficult to detect an overarching pattern in terms of the use of different instruments and measures. From the typology analysis it can be concluded that for the majority of the Member States, the main focus of the CAP remains viable food production. The analysis did not allow to establish a clear link between the implementation choices (in terms of measures chosen) under Pillar 1 and the decisions made in Pillar 2.
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