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Intended farmers responses to decoupled CAP payments in selected EU-15 and new member states: what are the policy lessons ?

Elodie Douarin (), Sophia Davidova (), Alastair Bailey, Matthew Gorton () and Laure Latruffe ()
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Alastair Bailey: Kent Business School - University of Kent [Canterbury]

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Abstract: This briefing emphasises some of the findings of a study of the impact of decoupled payment system on farmers' intentions in five EU Member States carried out within the FP6 IDEMA project (Impact of Decoupling and Modulation on the Enlarged EU). The analysis draws on primary survey data and farm accounting records. IDEMA project collected a unique dataset of farmers' intentions regarding their planned activities in the post-accession / single payment system era in five EU Member States (England, France, Lithuania, Slovakia and Sweden). For full details about the survey data, their analysis and interpretation of results, see FP6 IDEMA, Deliverable 14, June 2007.

Keywords: FARMER'S INTENTION; COMMON AGRICULTURAL POLICY; SINGLE FARM PAYMENT; SINGLE AREA PAYMENT; SURVEY (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2007-06-28
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Published in Expert workshop : Income and factor markets under 2003 the CAP reform, Jun 2007, Seville, Spain. 4 p

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