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GTAP Resource #3140

"The impact of modulation; modeling first and second pillar CAP policies "
by van Meijl, Hans, Torbjörn Jansson, Martin Banse and Geert Woltjer


Abstract
This paper aims to provide a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the impacts of this transfer of funds from Pillar One to Pillar Two of the CAP through the use of the compulsory modulation mechanisms on the social and economic performance of the agriculture sector and rural areas. More specifically, it studies the impact on the environment, the competitiveness of the agriculture sector, on rural communities and national rural development budgets. The study also considers the re-distribution effects of modulation, within and between Member States, between economic sectors and types of holdings. This study is innovative as it is the first that models explicitly the various measures (all three axis) of the second pillar of the CAP in a quantitative way.


Resource Details (Export Citation) GTAP Keywords
Category: 2009 Conference Paper
Status: Published
By/In: Presented at the 12th Annual Conference on Global Economic Analysis, Santiago, Chile
Date: 2009
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Created: van Meijl, H. (4/16/2009)
Updated: van Meijl, H. (4/16/2009)
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- Domestic policy analysis
- Agricultural policies
- European Union


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Posted by: van Meijl, Hans   4/16/2009 11:36:00 AM
Results are still only very limited in the paper as they are not declassified yet.