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

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Zee, van der, F.A.;
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  • Subject: participation | agricultural policy | participatie | landbouw | boeren | landbouwbeleid | political economy | begrippen | farmers | european union countries | green revolution | agriculture | groene revolutie | economics | landen van de europese unie | concepts | politieke economie | operations research | operationeel onderzoek | social classes | economic policy | economie | economisch beleid | sociale klassen

<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 ... View more
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