The impact of the CAP green box on productivity in FADN European Regions
Marta Joanna Guth,
Bazyli Czyżewski and
No 261420, 2017 International Congress, August 28-September 1, 2017, Parma, Italy from European Association of Agricultural Economists
Facing the opinion about the ambiguous impact of decoupled subsidies on productivity, the article aims to check whether there are some CAP programmes contributing to the ‘greening’ trend, which have a positive impact on productivity in FADN regions. A two-stage panel analysis was carried out in the years 2007–2012: in the first stage clusters of regions with significantly different farming were identified; in the second the impact of particular CAP mechanisms on productivity was determined. It is concluded that, depending on the sustainability of farming, there are some CAP ‘green’ programmes which have a positive influence on productivity.
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