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Political economy models and agricultural policy formation : empirical applicability and relevance for the CAP

Zee, van der, F.A.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 1997
  • Publisher: Van der Zee
  • Country: Netherlands
Abstract
<p>This study explores the relevance and applicability of political economy models for the explanation of agricultural policies. Part I (chapters 4-7) takes a general perspective and evaluates the empirical applicability of voting models and interest group models to agricultural policy formation in industrialised market economics. Part II (chapters 8-11) focuses on the empirical applicability of political economy models to agricultural policy formation and agricultural policy developments in the European Union. Part I is preceded by an overview of arguments and motives for government intervention in the agricultural economy in 'conventional' mainstream (agricult...
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free text keywords: landbouwbeleid, groene revolutie, economie, landbouw, sociale klassen, boeren, economisch beleid, participatie, operationeel onderzoek, landen van de europese unie, begrippen, politieke economie, agricultural policy, green revolution, economics, agriculture, social classes, farmers, economic policy, participation, operations research, european union countries, concepts, political economy
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