publication . Article . 2014

CAP Reform Proposals for Small and Semi‐subsistence Farms

Dwyer, Janet;
Open Access English
  • Published: 09 Apr 2014
  • Country: United Kingdom
Assessing the ‘new’ CAP after 2013 reveals some positive developments encouraging MAs (Managing Authorities) to recognise the particular characteristics of small and SSFs, in designing and implementing appropriate policy options. Because Pillar I aid is unavoidably linked to scale and many small farms cannot or do not claim it, the financial impact of Pillar I on small and SSFs will remain modest. Nevertheless, more options exist for increasing this impact through explicit or implicit tailoring, where Member States so choose. The Small Farmers Scheme, in particular, offers benefits by reducing transaction costs. For Pillar II, the new framework offers more scope...
free text keywords: JN, Geography, Planning and Development, Economics, Financial impact, Rural development, Pillar, Commission, Subsistence agriculture, Transaction cost, International trade, business.industry, business
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