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A Bond Scheme for Common Agricultural Policy Reform

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Edited by: Alan Swinbank, R.B. Tranter

ISBN13: 9780851997445
ISBN: 0851997449
Published: July 2004
Publisher: CAB International
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £70.00



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The Common Agricultural Policy of the EU is at an impasse. A bond scheme, part of a reform that emphasizes the environment and rural development, offers a way forward. Swinbank and Tranter, both affiliated with the Center for Agricultural Strategy at the University of Reading, UK, seek to demystify the bond scheme proposal and explore concerns expr

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Subjects:
Agricultural Law
Contents:
1: Decoupled Payments and a Triad of Policy Objectives: Compensation, Farm Income Support and Multifunctionality, Alan Swinbank
2: Direct Payments in the EU and their Treatment in the WTO, Alan Swinbank
3: Compensation Proposals for EU Farm Policy Reform, Jonathan Little, University of Reading, UK, Thomas Knapp, Georg-August Universitat Gottingen, Germany, Miguel Sottomayor, The Portuguese Catholic University, Portugal, and Alan Swinbank
4: A Bond Scheme to Facilitate CAP Reform, Alan Swinbank, and Stefan Tangermann, OECD, Paris, France
5: From CAP to CARPE: Embedding the Bond Scheme Proposal in a Comprehensive Reform, Leonardo Costa, The Porguguese Catholic University, Portugal, Arlindo Cunha, Portugal, Americo Mendes and Miguel Sottomayor, The Portuguese Catholic University, Portugal
6: Why a Bond Scheme was not Adopted in 1992, Carsten Daugbjerg, University of Aarhus, Denmark
7: Implementing a Bond Scheme, Alan Swinbank, Jonathan Little, Thomas Knapp, and Miguel Sottomayor
8: Asking Farmers about their Response to the Proposed Bond Scheme, Richard Tranter, Leonardo Costa, Portugual, Thomas Knapp, Jonathan Little, and Miguel Sottomayor
9: A Role for Direct Payments? The Doha Round, EU Enlargement and Prospects for CAP Reform, Arlindo Cunha, Portugal
10: Concluding Comments, Alan Swinbank and Richard Tranter