Einkommenswirkungen unterschiedlicher agrarpolitischer Szenarien auf landwirtschaftliche Betriebe in ausgewählten MOE- und EU-Ländern

Ernst Berg, Simon Davies, Edward Majewski

Published: 01.08.1999  〉 Heft 8/9/1999  〉 Resort: Articles 
Submitted: N. A.   〉 Feedback to authors after first review: N. A.   〉 Accepted: N. A.

ABSTRACT

Income effects of different policy scenarios on farms in selected CEE and EU countries

The paper is based on the results of the PHARE-ACE research project "Evaluation of farm level impacts of Agricultural Policy developments in the process of further EU integration in selected Visegrad and EU countries". The objective of the project was to ex amine the possible implications of EU enlargement for farms in the existing Member States (Germany and Scotland in the UK) and selected Central and Eastern European (CEE) Countries (Poland, Hungary and the Slovak Republic). The analysis is based on a common methodology, which guarantees the comparability of results across farm types and countries.
The results of the study reflect country specific problems and show that alternative policy scenarios substantially would influence farm incomes. The adoption of the European agricultural Policy including direct payments would generally increase farm incomes in the applicant countries relative to a continuation of existing policies. Without direct payments farm incomes would be 25 to 35 % lower than under full extension of the reformed European agricultural policy. For the EU countries financial results are comparable under the Agenda 2000 and the existing policy regime, with a noticeable increase of direct payments for some of the modelled farms.
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Prof. Dr. Ernst Berg, Institut für Landwirtschaftliche Betriebslehre der Universität Bonn, Meckenheimer Allee 174, D-53115 Bonn; Dr. Simon Davies, Scottish Agricultural College (SAC), Craibstone Estate, Bucksburn, Aberdeen AB21 9YA, UK; Dr. Edward Majewski, Agraruniversität Warschau (SGGW), ul. Nowoursynowska 166, 02-787 Warschau, Polen
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