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Record number 405346
Title The Reforms of the Common Agricultural Policy
Author(s) Silvis, H.J.; Jongeneel, R.A.
Source In: International Handbook on the Economics of Integration. Volume III; Sector mobility, agriculture, environment, and quantitative studies / Jovanovic, M.N., Cheltenham : Edward Elgar - ISBN 9781849804271 - p. 203 - 224.
Department(s) LEI Natuurlijke Hulpbronnen
LEI INT BELEID - Landbouwbeleid
Agricultural Economics and Rural Policy Group
Publication type Chapter in scientific book
Publication year 2011
Abstract International Handbook on the Economics of Integration, Volume III covers three broad themes: factor mobility (transnational corporations and labour migration); agriculture and environment; and quantitative studies of integration effects. A removal of barriers for the mobility of factors in certain integration arrangements among countries has an impact on the mobility of capital, firms and individuals within the group. Various aspects of this factor mobility are analysed in eight detailed chapters. The second theme of the Handbook is devoted to agriculture and environment. This is of great global relevance as the Common Agricultural Policy of the EU has been a bone of contention in international relations over several decades. Finally, seven quantitative studies of the effects of integration attempt to measure various potential benefits of regional integration efforts.
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