Reforming The Common Agricultural Policy: History of a Paradigm Change

Hardcover | January 23, 2007

byIsabelle Garzon

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Reforming the Common Agricultural Policy provides a comparison of the reforms of the European common agricultural policy. It analyses the determining factors by applying a multi-level (international, European and national), a multi-issue (agricultural and non-agricultural), and a policy network approach (the evolution of the corporatist model). It is demonstrated that the international trade level played a determining role. It discusses whether cumulative changes brought about a paradigm change and argues that policy feedbacks of each reform generated change, up to a change in policy paradigm.

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Reforming the Common Agricultural Policy provides a comparison of the reforms of the European common agricultural policy. It analyses the determining factors by applying a multi-level (international, European and national), a multi-issue (agricultural and non-agricultural), and a policy network approach (the evolution of the corporatis...

ISABELLE GARZON has been at the European Commission for twelve years working in the areas of regional, trade, agriculture and development. She has been an advisor to trade commissioner Lamy for five years, with responsibility for I.A. agriculture.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:224 pages, 8.5 × 5.5 × 0.56 inPublished:January 23, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:023000184X

ISBN - 13:9780230001848

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Table of Contents

Introduction * Analytical Framework * Policy Changes since 1992 * The MacSharry Reform, 1992 * Agenda 2000, 1999 * The Fischler II Reform, 2003 * The Increasing Role of Policy Discourse in Agricultural Policy * The Determinants of Policy Change * Applying Policy Feedback Approach to CAP Reforms * Paradigm Shift in the Common Agricultural Policy * Conclusion