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Sales Market Regulations for Agricultural Land in EU Member States and Candidate Countries

Pavel Ciaian, d'Artis Kancs, Johan Swinnen (), Kristine Van Herck and Liesbet Vranken ()

No 120249, Working papers from Factor Markets, Centre for European Policy Studies

Abstract: All agricultural markets are subjected to institutional regulations that – in one way or another –affect the functioning of these markets, and this is no different for the agricultural land market in the EU. In this paper, we describe the existing regulations in the sales markets for agricultural land in selected EU member states and candidate countries. The analysis focuses on three types of sales market regulations and institutions: quantity regulations, price regulations and transaction costs. The differences in the regulatory framework between land acquisition and ownership by domestic and foreign investors are analysed, as well as the taxes associated with land sales and ownership, zoning regulations and market imperfections.

Keywords: Agricultural and Food Policy; Land Economics/Use (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2012-02
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DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.120249

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