OECD’s work on agricultural policy:
A bridge between research and government

Carmel Cahill

Published: 30.11.2010  〉 Volume 59 (2010), Supplement, 10-18  〉 Resort: Articles supplement 
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ABSTRACT

The role of the OECD in linking the research and policy communities is described as well as the processes whereby OECD member countries scrutinize the work undertaken. A major project on decoupling of agricultural policy measures is used to illustrate the approaches and processes used. Attention is drawn to gaps in data or analysis, from the point of view of the needs of policy-makers. Areas of priority interest for policy research in the future are explored.
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CARMEL CAHILL, M.A. M.SC.
Directorate for Trade and Agriculture
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
2 rue André-Pascal, Paris 75016, France
e-mail: carmel.cahill@oecd.org
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