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An Inside View of the CAP Reform Process: Explaining the MacSharry, Agenda 2000, and Fischler Reforms epub

by Alan Swinbank,Franz Fischler,Arlindo Cunha


An Inside View of the CAP Reform Process: Explaining the MacSharry, Agenda 2000, and Fischler Reforms epub

ISBN: 0199591571

ISBN13: 978-0199591572

Author: Alan Swinbank,Franz Fischler,Arlindo Cunha

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Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (April 1, 2011)

Pages: 256 pages

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The former EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, Franz Fischler, contributes a Foreword.

With the benefit of Arlindo Cunha's intimate insider's knowledge, this book delves into the mysteries of the policy making process by assessing the MacSharry, Agenda 2000, and Fischler reforms, explaining how, and why, CAP reform became part of the political agenda, and the decisions that were taken. It focuses in particular on the role of the Commission and the Commissioner for Agriculture, the Council of Ministers and its Presidency, and the European Parliament. The former EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, Franz Fischler, contributes a Foreword.

The Current Process of CAP Reform Implications for WTO Negotiations. The policies of the EC aim to cope with this surplus and reduce it. The structure of wine production, the price system and the intervention procedures taken by the Community bodies are analysed in the article. 118+ million publications. The success of these efforts to control, reorganize and restructure the production of wine is discussed and evaluated.

Arlindo Cunha and Alan Swinbank. From the outset, the European Union's common agricultural policy (CAP) was subject to scathingly criticism. Despite this, no substantial reform was undertaken until 1992. Then, in little more than a decade, from 1992 to 2003, the CAP experienced three significant reforms: the 1992 MacSharry Reform, the 1999 Agenda 2000 Reform, and the 2003 Fischler Reform, profoundly changing its original design. The objective of the book is to contribute to a better understanding of this process of EU decision-making and policy reform.

This book explains the workings of institutions and describes in detail what went on behind the scenes during the Common Agricultural Policy negotiations, focusing on the reforms that were made between 1992 and 2005. This book explains the workings of institutions and describes in detail what went on behind the scenes during the Common Agricultural Policy negotiations, focusing on the reforms that were made between 1992 and 2005. Jean-Christophe Bureau, 2012.

Explaining the MacSharry, Agenda 2000, and Fischler Reforms

Explaining the MacSharry, Agenda 2000, and Fischler Reforms. Arlindo Cunha and Alan Swinbank. With the benefit of Arlindo Cunha's intimate insider's knowledge, this book delves into the mysteries of the policy making process by assessing the MacSharry, Agenda 2000, and Fischler reforms, explaining how, and why, CAP reform became part of the political agenda, and the decisions that were taken.

Cunha, A. with Swinbank, A. 2011. An inside view of the CAP reform process: Explaining the MacSharry, Agenda 2000, and Fischler reforms. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Daugbjerg, . and A. Swinbank. Ideas, institutions and trade: The WTO and the curious role of EU farm policy in trade liberalization. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Chapter 7 – Agriculture. Enlargement Archives. ves/enlargement process/future ns/eu10 bulgaria p 7 en.

From its formation in the 1960s through to 1992 the CAP was almost immune to change; but from 1992 a series of major reforms took place.

An Inside View of the CAP Reform Process : Explaining the MacSharry, Agenda 2000, and Fischler Reforms. by Arlindo Cunha and Alan Swinbank. From its formation in the 1960s through to 1992 the CAP was almost immune to change; but from 1992 a series of major reforms took place.

The Fischler Reforms of 2003. The CAP has changed since the late 1980s. Franz Fischler, EU Commissioner for Agriculture from 1995 to 2004, took this opportunity to push through a new reform of the CAP (Cunha, 2004; Jotzo, Roberts, Andrews and Warr, 2003). First, in 1992, on a proposal from the then EU Commissioner for Agriculture Ray MacSharry, intervention prices for cereals and beef were reduced, and compensation granted to farmers in the form of arable area payments (when specified arable crops were grown on eligible land) and headage payments on bovines kept (Swinbank and Tanner, 1996: chapter 5). By 2000, 61% of the CAP budget.

An inside view of the CAP Reform Process: explaining the MacSharry, Agenda 2000, and Fischler Reforms. New York: Oxford University Press. 1093/acprof:oso/9780199591572. Czyżewski, . Kryszak, Ł. 2015.

An Inside View of the CAP Reform Process is about EU decision-making, in particular for the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). From its formation in the 1960s through to 1992 the CAP was almost immune to change; but from 1992 a series of major reforms took place. Many authors have asked why and how this change came about, including academics writing from political economy and political science traditions, and EU officials themselves. With the benefit of Arlindo Cunha's intimate insider's knowledge, this book delves into the mysteries of the policy making process by assessing the MacSharry, Agenda 2000, and Fischler reforms, explaining how, and why, CAP reform became part of the political agenda, and the decisions that were taken. It focuses in particular on the role of the Commission and the Commissioner for Agriculture, the Council of Ministers and its Presidency, and the European Parliament. Drawing upon the economics and political science literatures as appropriate, the book adopts a heuristic political economy approach. The MacSharry reform was much influenced by the Uruguay Round of GATT negotiations, and the 2003 Fischler reform by the Doha Round of WTO negotiations. A Delphi survey of key decision-makers, assessing their perception of the drivers of policy reform, and an analysis of subsequent CAP reform, including the Health Check in 2008 and preparations for the post-2013 CAP review, round-off the discussion. The former EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, Franz Fischler, contributes a Foreword.