Agrarumweltpolitik nach dem Subsidiaritätsprinzip – Föderalismustheoretische Grundlagen zur Politikgestaltung

BETTINA RUDLOFF

Published: 21.06.2002  〉 Heft 5 (von 8) 2002  〉 Resort: Articles 
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ABSTRACT

Agri-environmental Policy and the Principle of Subsidiarity - Introduction into the Concept of Fiscal Federalism The Theory of Fiscal Federalism offers a normative framework to evaluate the existing allocation of competences. To derive an actual relevant scope for reforms supporting an efficient Agri-environmental Policy the general theoretical criteria have to be specified. Thus, the parameters defining theoretically the optimal degree of centralisation will be applied to sectoral characteristics. Additional agri-environmental sub-competencies will be differentiated to identify deficits regarding the Principle of Equivalence. Based on this existing infringements with respect to agri-environmental measures are noticeable what requires a changed allocation of competences.
CONTACT AUTHOR
BETTINA RUDLOFF,
Lecturer und Projektleiterin für die Bereiche Agrarpolitik und Lebensmittelqualität am Europäischen Institut für öffentliche Verwaltung (EIPA),
Onze Liewe Vrouweplein 22, P.O. Box 1229,
NL-6201 BE Maastricht
(E-Mail: rudloff@eipa-nl.com)
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