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European Agriculture : Policies, Production, and Trade - Brian Gardner

European Agriculture

Policies, Production, and Trade

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"European Agriculture" is a comprehensive analysis of the economic, environmental and political implications of present agricultural policy. It presents a provocative commentary on the future of European agriculture and its role in world food production in the next century, attempting to explain the changes that are being forced on agricultural policy in Europe by environmental legislation, biotechnology and political change, including the complexities of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the General Agreement of Tariffs and Trade (GATT).

1. Why Support Farmers? Why agriculture is still the most protected industry -- 2. Development of the CAP: Farmers and European politics -- 3. How the European Union Supports Agriculture -- 4. The Agricultural Revolution: Peasants into tycoons -- 5. Going to the Trade Wars: Over-production, surpluses and international politics -- 6. The Great Reform? Fitting European agriculture into the world system -- 7. Impact of CAP Reform and the GATT Uruguay Round Agreement on Agricultural Trade -- 8. European Farming and the Environment: A sustainable agriculture? -- 9. The 'Biotech Revolution': Producing more from less -- 10. European Agriculture in the Twenty-First Century.

ISBN: 9780203195956
ISBN-10: 0203195957
Format: PDF
Language: English
Published: 17th October 1996