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Le politiche di sviluppo rurale nell´unione europea: un secondo pilastro tutto da inventare

Fabrizio De Filippis () and Daniela Storti ()

No 25, Departmental Working Papers of Economics - University 'Roma Tre' from Department of Economics - University Roma Tre

Abstract: This paper provides an analysis of the evolution of EU common rural development policy together with an assessment of the state of the art in the implementation of such policy in Italy during 2000-2006 programming period. Within this framework financing agriculture and farmers is still at the centre of the intervention, but the more general support to the rural areas is of increasing importance. The last objective is pursued through the implementation of traditional measures as well as of “bottom up” programmes (that is the Leader initiative). This paper gives an overview on the main measures aimed at these objectives, focusing both on the underlying EC regulation and on the main specificities and problems linked to their implementation. A further objective of the paper is drawing lessons and policy recommendations for future experiences, which need for a coordinated approach at European, national and regional level. In this framework, the definition of new institutional arrangements really capable of delivering rural policies where they are needed is crucial. Participative approaches like Leader can help the design and the delivery of strategies fitting specific territorial needs.

Keywords: Governance; Agricultural policy; Rural areas (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q00 Q18 R00 R58 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 45
Date: 2002-06
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