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The Emerging Geopolitics of Food: A Strategic Response to Supply Risks of Critical Imports for the Dutch Agro-Food Sector
Ridder, M. de; Jong, S. de; Selleslaghs, J. ; Achterbosch, T.J. ; Jongeneel, R.A. ; Berkhout, P. ; Heide, M. van der - \ 2013
The Hague : The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies (HCSS) & LEI, WUR (Rapport 19 | 02 | 13) - ISBN 9789491040764 - 70
voedsel - landbouwproducten - ruwe grondstoffen - vraag - overheidsbeleid - voedselzekerheid - handelspolitiek - internationale economie - politieke conflicten - risicobeheersing - strategisch management - food - agricultural products - raw materials - demand - government policy - food security - trade policy - international economy - political conflicts - risk management - strategic management
Interdependencies in the field of food, agriculture, and raw materials are growing. Global population growth, rising prosperity, and changing consumption patterns in emerging economies have increased the demand for all three. Geopolitical trends shape global markets for food, agriculture, and raw materials and carry consequences for the Dutch agro-food sector. Critical sectors of the Dutch agricultural complex are dependent on imported raw materials from the rest of the world and are therefore vulnerable to supply disruptions resulting from geopolitical developments. This report explores how the Dutch government could strengthen the resilience of the Dutch agro-food system and mitigate risks to the supply of critical raw material imports.
Plantonderzoeker leidt missie rond in Noord-Korea
Jongsma, Maarten - \ 2012
trade policy - trade relations - universities - cooperation - korea democratic people's republic
Case Studies in Food Policy for Developing Countries: Volume III : Institutions and International Trade Policies
Pinstrup-Andersen, P. ; Cheng, F. ; Kuyvenhoven, A. ; Braun, J. von; Frandsen, S.E. - \ 2009
Ithaca, USA : Cornell University Press (Case Studies in Food Policy for Developing Countries 3) - ISBN 9780801475566 - 256
beleid inzake voedsel - ontwikkelingseconomie - instellingen - internationale handel - handelspolitiek - ontwikkelingslanden - gevalsanalyse - food policy - development economics - institutions - international trade - trade policy - developing countries - case studies
EU-India free trade agreement : a quantitative assessment
Achterbosch, T.J. ; Kuiper, M.H. ; Roza, P. - \ 2008
The Hague : LEI Wageningen UR (Rapport / LEI : Area 2, Development issues ) - ISBN 9789086152667 - 68
handel - vrijhandel - internationale handel - handelspolitiek - liberalisering van de handel - handelsrelaties - voedselgranen - armoede - toegang - handelsonderhandelingen - wereldmarkten - handelsprotectie - india - europese unie - trade - free trade - international trade - trade policy - trade liberalization - trade relations - food grains - poverty - access - trade negotiations - world markets - trade protection - european union
This report analyses the effects of a regional trade agreement (FTA) between the EU and India, for which negotiations are underway. The study starts with abrief overview of the key insights from the existing literature on FTAs and their relationship with multilateral negotiations. The remainder of the study is devoted to analysing the impact of tariff slashes under an FTA on merchandise trade between the EU and India. Of particular interest are the implications for agricultural markets, given the tension between agricultural liberalisation and India's policy goals relating to self-sufficiency in food grains and poverty reduction. The analysis employs GTAP, a global general equilibrium model using a recent database which has 2004 as its reference year. The results suggest that India's interests in a regional trade agreement with the EU are downplayed by the fact that India's economy is not well integrated in global markets. Impacts on the EU are minor and further reduced if a Doha agreement is in place when the FTA is implemented. Results indicate the rationale for a strongly asymmetric arrangement: it would be in the interest of both partners if the EU provides large concessions to India for market access, while India maintains the bulk of current border protection. An EU - India FTA delivers little scope for achieving efficiency gains via adjustments to the pattern of international specialisation. An EU - India agreement on merchandise trade is unlikely to embody substantial preferential treatment with regard to market access. Probably, India can find more suitable FTA partners. Agriculture is a key sector for India in the consideration of equity and growth purposes of a FTA with EU.
Negociatrix policy game: building capacities in trade policy analysis
Balie, J. ; Hofwegen, G. van; Jongeneel, R. ; Koning, N.B.J. - \ 2007
Rome : FAO - Wageningen UR - 28
internationale handel - handelspolitiek - computersimulatie - computer software - spellen - handelsonderhandelingen - handelsrelaties - voedsel- en landbouworganisatie - agrarische handel - besluitvorming - analyse van besluiten - handelsakkoorden - international trade - trade policy - computer simulation - games - trade negotiations - trade relations - food and agriculture organization - agricultural trade - decision making - decision analysis - trade agreements
The Negociatrix Policy Game is a tool for training in multilateral negotiation, which has been developed through a partnership between FAO and the University of Wageningen in the Netherlands. This tool is a software based on a quantitative model and a simulation that consents to underline the importance of analytical capacities in negotiations and to demonstrate the importance of consistency of the strategies of negotiation. This software is applied to the multilateral trade negotiations for agriculture. It is inspired by the simulation called Negociatrix (www.fao.org/tc/tca/negotiation) that FAO developed at an earlier stage (2005) and that has been presented at the Harvard PON/IRENE conference in November 2005 in Paris. The software allows simulating several successive rounds of negotiation and notably revealing after each round the impact of the agreement concluded to the previous round. In that sense, the strategy of negotiation adopted can be more directly evaluated. The software is conceived like a tool to support the preparation of decisions and negotiations. This article presents the structure of the software, explains how it works, comments the first application modalities and proposes the conditions of use.
Indonesian interests in the agricultural negotiations under the Doha Development Agenda
Achterbosch, T.J. ; Hutaburat, B. ; Syafa'at, N. ; Tongeren, F.W. van - \ 2005
Den Haag : LEI (Rapport / LEI : Domein 6, Beleid ) - ISBN 9052429766 - 55
landbouwbeleid - economische ontwikkeling - liberalisering van de handel - inkomsten uit het landbouwbedrijf - handelspolitiek - export - suiker - zelfvoorziening - indonesië - ontwikkelingslanden - agricultural policy - economic development - trade liberalization - farm income - trade policy - exports - sugar - self sufficiency - indonesia - developing countries
Starting from the 'July 2004 package', this study assesses the Indonesian interests in the agricultural negotiations under the WTO Doha Development Agenda. It applies a large-scale economic model of trade and production (GTAP). For Indonesian agriculture, global liberalisation bears positive prospects for vegetable oils and for animal products, and small adverse impacts on the protected rice and sugar sectors. The paper explores several policy instruments, including 'special products' for developing countries, in relation to policy objectives such as self-sufficiency in sugar, and the stabilisation of farm income.
Op Kop; Internationale concurrentiepositie en strategie Nederlandse glastuinbouw
Wijnands, J.H.M. - \ 2004
De Haag / Naaldwijk : LEI / PPO - 18
glastuinbouw - kastechniek - innovaties - handelspolitiek - europa - vruchtgroenten - greenhouse horticulture - greenhouse technology - innovations - trade policy - europe - fruit vegetables
De Nederlandse glastuinbouwsector heeft wereldwijd een vooraanstaande positie: als technologisch innovator, als toeleverancier van productiemiddelen, uitgangsmateriaal en kennis, en natuurlijk als producent en exporteur van vruchtgroenten. Driekwart van de nationale productie wordt geëxporteerd. Toch is de sterke concurrentiepositie in de jaren negentig wat onder druk komen te staan. Zo is Nederland als grootste exporteur inmiddels ingehaald door Spanje en Mexico. Vandaar dat het Ministerie van LNV een onderzoek liet doen om te kijken wat het bedrijfsleven kan doen om de Nederlandse concurrentiekracht verder te versterken en wat overheid en koepelorganisaties daaraan zouden kunnen bijdragen. Deze brochure presenteert enige resultaten. Basis van de studie vormde een concurrentieanalyse in tien landen, waarvan er vijf in 2001 zijn onderzocht. Het betreft zowel afzetlanden als productielanden. Drie landen vallen in beide rubrieken omdat hun binnenlandse productie concurreert met het Nederlandse product. Polen, Turkije en Egypte zijn tevens 'nieuwe buren'. 'Nederland moet voorop blijven lopen', zo luidt de centrale boodschap. In essentie is en blijft dat een taak van de individuele ondernemers. En waar ze dingen alléén niet kunnen (financieel of technisch), zullen ze moeten samenwerken. Op algemene punten kunnen ze overheid en sectorale organisaties om ondersteuning vragen
The CAP Mid Term Review and the WTO Doha Round; Analyses for the Netherlands, EU and accession countries
Lips, M. - \ 2004
onbekend : LEI (Report / LEI : Domain 6, Policy ) - ISBN 9052428816 - 42
landbouwbeleid - gemeenschappelijk landbouwbeleid - wereldhandelsorganisatie - agrarische economie - handelspolitiek - internationale handel - liberalisering van de handel - europese unie - nederland - agricultural policy - cap - world trade organization - agricultural economics - trade policy - international trade - trade liberalization - european union - netherlands
This report analyses the potential impact of the EU CAP reforms that follow the Mid Term Review and the Harbinson Proposal for negotiation modalities in the WTO Doha Round on the Netherlands, EU14 and the accession countries. In welfare terms, the MTR has a rela-tively small impact on the Netherlands, the other member countries of the EU as well as the accession countries, while agricultural income decreases add up to around 2, 3 and 5 percent respectively. Under the Harbinson Proposal the Netherlands and the other EU member countries face losses of their agricultural incomes of 8 and 10 percent respec-tively, mainly due to reduced outputs in the cereals, oilseeds, and cattle sectors. The agricultural income in the accession countries is also decreasing. As a conclusion, the MTR does not make the European Agriculture compatible for the WTO Doha Round. The border protection measures, which are hardly affected in the MTR, still play a mayor role. Assumptions about the effects of decoupling and the difference between applied and bound tariff rates influence model results.
Trade liberalisation under the Doha Development Agenda: Options and consequences for Africa
Achterbosch, T.J. ; Hammouda, H.B. ; Osakwe, P.N. ; Tongeren, F.W. van - \ 2004
Den Haag : LEI (Rapport / LEI : Domein 5, Beleid ) - ISBN 9052429189 - 93
agrarische economie - economische ontwikkeling - wereldhandelsorganisatie - handelspolitiek - liberalisering van de handel - ontwikkelingsprogramma's - afrika - agricultural economics - economic development - world trade organization - trade policy - trade liberalization - development programmes - africa
This study provides a quantitative estimate of the potential economic consequences of multilateral trade reform under the WTO for Africa using a framework that explicitly incorporates issues of concern to the region, such as preference erosion, loss of tariff revenue, and trade facilitation. It also examines the impact of OECD agricultural support programmes on economic welfare and specialisation in Africa. In the static version of the GTAP model, the study finds that full liberalisation of trade would increase global welfare (income) by 0.3 per cent, but would add 0.7 per cent annually to income in the African region. Sub-Saharan Africa and, to a lesser extent, Southern Africa, are vulnerable to partial trade reforms as they incur losses from partial reform while all other regions derive positive gains from a liberalisation of minor scope
Ongelijke winst landbouwliberalisatie
Bouwmeester, K. ; Burger, C.P.J. ; Stolwijk, H.J.J. - \ 2003
ESB Economisch Statistische Berichten 88 (2003)4413. - ISSN 0013-0583 - p. 423 - 425.
landbouw - internationale handel - landbouwbeleid - handelspolitiek - ontwikkelingslanden - economische situatie - wereld - economic situation - agriculture - agricultural policy - international trade - trade policy - developing countries - world
De overtuiging, dat afbraak van steun (aan de landbouw) welvaartswinst oplevert, vooral voor de ontwikkelingslanden, is de belangrijkste reden dat landbouw hoog op de agenda staat van de nieuwe WTO (Doha) ronde
De internationale locatie van de tuinbouw bij handelsliberalisatie
Berkum, S. van; Westerman, A.D. ; Wolswinkel, C.J.W. - \ 2002
Den Haag : LEI - ISBN 9789052427652 - 99
agrarische economie - tuinbouw - groenteteelt - bloementeelt - internationale handel - locatietheorie - handelspolitiek - europese unie - marktregulaties - liberalisering van de handel - verenigde europese markt - locatie - agricultural economics - horticulture - vegetable growing - floriculture - international trade - location theory - trade policy - european union - market regulations - trade liberalization - single market - location
Multilateralism and Regionalism in the Post-Uruguay Era : What Role for the EU?
Memedovic, O. ; Kuyvenhoven, A. ; Molle, W.T.M. - \ 1999
Dordrecht [etc.] : Kluwer Academic Publishers - ISBN 9780792386216 - 331
vrijhandel - liberalisering van de handel - internationale handel - handelspolitiek - handelsakkoorden - regionalisme - handelsprotectie - landen van de europese unie - ontwikkelingslanden - globalisering - protectionisme - internationale betrekkingen - free trade - trade liberalization - international trade - trade policy - trade agreements - regionalization - trade protection - european union countries - developing countries - globalization - protectionism - international relations
Gevolgen van het GATT-akkoord voor de EU-landbouw
Berkum, S. van - \ 1994
Den Haag : LEI-DLO (Mededeling / Landbouw-Economisch Instituut (LEI-DLO) 505) - ISBN 9789052422497 - 59
handelsakkoorden - internationale verdragen - gatt - overheidsbeleid - landbouwbeleid - agrarisch recht - internationale handel - economisch beleid - handelspolitiek - europa - europese unie - gemeenschappelijke markten - vs - landen van de europese unie - Nederland - trade agreements - international agreements - government policy - agricultural policy - agricultural law - international trade - economic policy - trade policy - europe - european union - common markets - usa - european union countries - Netherlands
Het EG-landbouwbeleid en de handelsrelaties met derde landen
Berkum, S. van - \ 1992
Den Haag : LEI-DLO (Onderzoekverslag / Landbouw-Economisch Instituut, Afdeling Algemeen Economisch Onderzoek en Statistiek 95) - ISBN 9789052421452 - 190
landbouwbeleid - groene revolutie - economie - overheidsbeleid - agrarisch recht - internationale handel - economisch beleid - handelspolitiek - voedingsmiddelen - voedselproducten - landbouwproducten - landbouw - vs - australië - nieuw-zeeland - japan - landen van de europese unie - Nederland - agricultural policy - green revolution - economics - government policy - agricultural law - international trade - economic policy - trade policy - foods - food products - agricultural products - agriculture - usa - australia - new zealand - european union countries - Netherlands
Het technologisch Europa: geschift : beschouwingen over de Europese Technologische Gemeenschap
Tromm, J.J.M. - \ 1991
Wageningen : Landbouwuniversiteit Wageningen - 34
samenwerking - verspreiding van onderzoek - informatieverspreiding - internationale handel - economisch beleid - handelspolitiek - landen van de europese unie - wetenschap - wetenschappelijke samenwerking - openbare redes - cooperation - diffusion of research - diffusion of information - international trade - economic policy - trade policy - european union countries - science - scientific cooperation - public speeches
Internationale aspecten van het EG - landbouwbeleid : de relaties met de VS
Silvis, H.J. ; Jagt, C.M.N. van der; Sonneveld, E.J. - \ 1989
Den Haag : L.E.I. (Onderzoekverslag / Landbouw-Economisch Instituut, Afdeling Algemeen Economisch Onderzoek en Statistiek 50) - ISBN 9789052420219 - 103
landbouwbeleid - groene revolutie - economie - overheidsbeleid - agrarisch recht - landbouwsituatie - economische situatie - landbouw - internationale handel - economisch beleid - handelspolitiek - vs - landen van de europese unie - agricultural policy - green revolution - economics - government policy - agricultural law - agricultural situation - economic situation - agriculture - international trade - economic policy - trade policy - usa - european union countries
Internationale aspecten van het EG - landbouwbeleid : de relatie met vier ontwikkelingslanden
Berkum, S. van - \ 1988
Den Haag : L.E.I. (Onderzoekverslag / Landbouw-Economisch Instituut 41) - 102
landbouwbeleid - groene revolutie - economie - overheidsbeleid - agrarisch recht - landbouwsituatie - economische situatie - landbouw - internationale handel - economisch beleid - handelspolitiek - ontwikkelingslanden - landen van de europese unie - Nederland - agricultural policy - green revolution - economics - government policy - agricultural law - agricultural situation - economic situation - agriculture - international trade - economic policy - trade policy - developing countries - european union countries - Netherlands
Onderdeel van het LEI-onderzoek naar de gevolgen van het EG-landbouwbeleid voor derde landen, in dit geval: Thailand, Malawi, Egypte en Burkino Faso
Internationale aspecten van het EG - landbouwbeleid : de relatie met Japan
Voorbergen, M.P. - \ 1988
Den Haag : L.E.I. (Onderzoekverslag / Landbouw-Economisch Instituut 42) - 70
landbouwbeleid - groene revolutie - economie - overheidsbeleid - agrarisch recht - landbouwsituatie - economische situatie - landbouw - internationale handel - economisch beleid - handelspolitiek - japan - landen van de europese unie - agricultural policy - green revolution - economics - government policy - agricultural law - agricultural situation - economic situation - agriculture - international trade - economic policy - trade policy - european union countries
Onderdeel van het onderzoek naar de gevolgen van het EG-landbouwbeleid voor derde landen. Na een schets van de landbouw en het landbouwbeleid in Japan sinds de jaren 60 volgt een overzicht van de Japanse handel in landbouwprodukten. Vervolgens wordt aandacht besteed aan het Japanse handelsbeleid. Tot slot wordt stilgestaan bij de handelspolitieke relatie met de EG en de gevolgen van het EG-landbouwbeleid voor Japan
Terminologie en werking EEG - heffingsysteem
Vries, K.J. de - \ 1965
Wageningen : [s.n.] (Rapport / Proefstation voor de akker- en weidebouw no. 191) - 18
handelsakkoorden - internationale verdragen - gatt - prijzen - prijsvorming - kosten - internationale handel - economisch beleid - handelspolitiek - europa - landbouw - trade agreements - international agreements - prices - price formation - costs - international trade - economic policy - trade policy - europe - agriculture
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