Disaggregated impacts of CAP reforms : proceedings of an OECD workshop.

OverviewI The Impact of Decoupling on Agricultural Markets and Farm PerformanceThe impact of decoupling and modulation in the European Union: a sectoral and farm level assessmentThe IDEMA2 projectSurvey-based analysis of farmers’ intentionsFarm survival and growthFarmers’ adjustment to decoupling in the EU15Impacts in the EU10Farmers’ attitudes and expectationsAgent-based regional modellingThe AgriPoliS modelEvaluated policy scenariosNew member states (EU10)Impacts of decoupling on farming in EU15Farm structureFarm income and land rental pricesLand useConclusionsFarmers’ attitudesImpacts of the 2003 CAP reformContinued reform?NotesReferencesThe economic impact of allowing partial decoupling under the 2003 Common Agricultural Policy reformsPartial decouplingSimulation exerciseQuantifying the impact of partial decouplingCAPRI modelScenariosResultsPricesProductionCAP Health CheckConclusionsNotesReferencesII The Impact of the Single Payment Scheme on Land Markets and Farm StructureEuropean Union land markets and the Common Agricultural PolicyThe basic modelCoupled subsidiesDecoupled subsidiesEmpirical insights from literatureEvidence from EU accessionEvidence from the 2003 CAP reformsHypothesesData and country coverageLand market developments in the EU study countriesRegulations and taxesSPS entitlements: activation, trade and valuationImpact of SPS implementationDistribution of SPS benefitsNotesReferencesThe impact of the Health Check on structural change and farm efficiency: a comparative assessment of three European agricultural regionsMethodologyThe PMP modelThe cluster analysisThe scenariosImpact on land allocation and farm revenueImpact on farm strategiesConclusionsNotesReferencesIII The Impact of Dairy ReformEuropean Union dairy policy reform: impact and challengesAnalytical framework of analysis Policy objectivesImpact assessment of the 2003 reform and 2009 Health Check on the milk marketCAP reformHealth Check reformRecent market developmentsSelected impacts at dairy farm levelEvaluationOutlook and challengesConclusionsNotesReferencesThe impact of decoupling and price variation on dairy farmers’ strategy: overview of theoretical and real effectsMaterials and methodBio-economic model: a farm-level approachThe constraintsCalibration: one model for four types of farmingResultsThe CAP reform: a stable incomeDecoupling: an incentive to produce with more grassland?The decoupling: cessation of the fattening activity?DiscussionConclusionsNoteReferencesIV The Impact of CAP Reform on the Agro-Food IndustryScenar 2020-II: Decomposition analysis to understand policy impacts on agricultural primary production and related processing sectorsImportance of identifying individual policy effectsEconomic modellingCAP policy implementation in the economic modellingDecomposition technique for estimating individual policy impactPolicy effects upon aggregated commodity productionPolicy effects on separate agricultural sector commodity productionAgricultural land useConclusionsNotesThe impact of the European Union sugar reform on the beet processing sectorThe EU sugar beet policy in the pre-reform periodGoals of the European Union sugar reformMajor features of the reformWhat has been achieved by 2010?New-look EU sugar balance sheetInternational implicationsNoteV The Impact of CAP Reform on the Distribution of Support and IncomeThe impact of SPS implementation options on the distribution of supportImpacts of national implementations of SPSImplementation and impacts of SPS in GermanyLevel and change of the payment claimsAnalysis of the effects of the SPS on base of FADN dataAlternative direct payment arrangement optionsNotesReferencesThe CAP Health Check in France: A significant redistribution of payments?The Health Check of the CAPEU regulations resulting from the decisions of 20 November 2008An increase in the decoupling rateAn invitation to greater harmonization of per-hectare decoupled payment levelsA mandatory increase in modulationElimination of dairy quotas by 2015Latitude of the member states in applying the regulationsFrench decisions handed down on 23 February 2009Reallocation of credits under Articles 63 and 68, and modulationA method for simulating measures resulting from the CAP Health CheckData source and farm classificationMain assumptions retained in the simulationRedistribution resulting from the CAP Health CheckConclusionsNotesReferencesDistribution of agricultural direct payments: the case of FranceDirect payment distribution: an institutional approachCompulsory and voluntary redistributing toolsThe hybrid status of the French historical decoupling schemeA new coupling rationaleConclusionsNotesReferencesVI The Impact of CAP Reform on the EnvironmentThe impact of CAP reform on the environment: some regional resultsTheoretical insights on decoupling and environmentAgent-based approach to environmental assessmentOverview of the AgriPoliS modelModel assumptions and drivers of land use changeEnvironmental indicatorsLandscape mosaicBiodiversity valueResults of environmental impact assessmentCase-study regionsPolicy scenarios evaluatedImpacts of decoupling on farm structureImpact on land useImpacts on landscape mosaicImpacts on biodiversityImpact on pollution riskConclusionsDecoupling and implications for the environmentEnvironmental public goods from agriculture: what to pay for?NotesReferencesEnvironmental consequences in Austria of the 2003 CAP reformCAP measures, subsidies and the environmentA brief description of recent CAP reformsAgriculture and environmental indicatorsModelling the implementation of the 2003 CAP reform in AustriaModelling agri-environmental policies at sector levelModel implementationEx ante model results and indicators before and after the CAP 2003 reformDescription of modelled scenariosModel results of the 2003 CAP reform versus continuation of Agenda 2000Agri-environmental indicators before and after the CAP reformConclusionsNotesVII The Impact of CAP Reform on Rural DevelopmentThe impact of the CAP on regional employment: a multi-modelling cross-country approachMethodological backgroundAnalysis of documentary evidence and representative in-depth interviewsThe case study regionsA cross-regional assessmentQualitative assessment of the CAP impactsPositive Mathematical Programming - changes on farming activities and employmentInput-output analysis: economic and employment effectsConclusionsNoteReferencesThe impact of modulation as a policy instrumentModulation as a policy instrumentMethodology of the study on the impact of modulation4ScenariosHealth Check scenarioResultsBudgetFarm structureProductionFarm incomeChanges in farm income according to farm sizeChanges in farm income according to farm typeGross Value AddedEnvironment / land useThe impact of modulationNotesReferencesSpatial structure of agricultural production in France: the role of the Common Agricultural PolicyRegional specialisationSectoral concentrationSpatial autocorrelationSpatial regression modelsVariable descriptionConclusionsNotesReferences
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