The CAP post-2020: ideas for a Reform

Evidence-based (Common Agricultural) Policy - Virtual Issue


The new challenges faced by agricultural and food systems as well as the several opinions, stakes and ideologies around the CAP make complex the CAP reform process with a demand for evidence-based policy, which represents a new opportunity for scientific communities to provide robust and validated facts to support effective policy-making process. The scope of subjects in this virtual issue illustrates a contribution on CAP reform by addressing a broad range of topics including setting out of CAP priorities and impact on innovation and new technology adoption, structural and land uses changes as well as provision of public goods.


AIEAA - Discussion Paper on the CAP after 2020

 

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Matthew A. (2013) Greening agricultural payments in the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy

 

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Dwyer J. (2013) Transformation for sustainable agriculture: what role for the second Pillar of CAP?

 

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Camaioni B., Esposti R., Lobianco A., Pagliacci F., Sotte F. (2013) How rural is the EU RDP? An analysis through spatial fund allocation

 

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Floridi M., Bartolini F., Peerlings J., Polman N., Viaggi D. (2013)  Modelling the adoption of automatic milking systems in Noord-Holland

 

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Kahil M.T., Albiac J. (2013) Greenhouse gases mitigation policies in the agriculture of Aragon, Spain

 

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Mack G., Möhring A., Ferjani A., Zimmermann A., Mann S. (2013) Transfer of single farm payment entitlements to farm successors: impact on structural change and rental prices in Switzerland

 

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Romano S., Cozzi M., Giglio P. Catullo C. (2013) Post-2013 EU Common Agricultural Policy: predictive models of land use change

 

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Fastelli L, Landi C., Rovai M., Andreoli M. (2017) A spatial analysis of terrain features and farming styles in a disadvantaged area of Tuscany (Mugello): implications for the evaluation and the design of CAP payments

 

 

 

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