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Post 2013 EU Common Agricultural Policy, Trade and Development: A Review of Legislative Proposals

Post 2013 EU Common Agricultural Policy, Trade and Development: A Review of Legislative Proposals

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Proposed ‘greening’ measures could constrain post-2013 EU farm output capacity, potentially benefiting some developing country farmers, Prof. Matthews finds in this new study. His paper explains what the European Commission’s planned reform of the Common Agricultural Policy could mean in practice, and how it could affect trade and development.
Proposed ‘greening’ measures could constrain post-2013 EU farm output capacity, potentially benefiting some developing country farmers, Prof. Matthews finds in this new study. His paper explains what the European Commission’s planned reform of the Common Agricultural Policy could mean in practice, and how it could affect trade and development.

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By Alan Matthews
Professor Emeritus of European Agricultural Policy, Trinity College Dublin
Issue Paper No. 39
ICTSD Programme on Agricultural Trade and Sustainable Development
October 2011
Post-2013 EU CommonAgricultural Policy, Tradeand Development
A Review of Legislative Proposals
 
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ICTSD Programme on Agricultural Trade and Sustainable Development
By Alan Matthews
Professor Emeritus of European Agricultural Policy, Trinity College Dublin
Post-2013 EU Common AgriculturalPolicy, Trade and Development
A Review of Legislative Proposals
Issue Paper No. 39
October 2011
 
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A. Matthews - Post-2013 EU Common Agricultural Policy, Trade and Development: A Reviewof Legislative Proposals
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International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD)International Environment House 27 Chemin de Balexert, 1219 Geneva, SwitzerlandTel: +41 22 917 8492 Fax: +41 22 917 8093E-mail: ictsd@ictsd.org Internet: www.ictsd.orgChief Executive: Ricardo Meléndez-OrtizProgrammes Director: Christophe BellmannProgramme Team: Jonathan Hepburn, Ammad Bahalim,Malena Sell and Anne-Claire Adet
Acknowledgments
This paper has been produced under the ICTSD Programme on Agricultural Trade and SustainableDevelopment. ICTSD wishes gratefully to acknowledge the support of its core and thematicdonors, including: the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the SwedishInternational Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA); the Netherlands Directorate-Generalof Development Cooperation (DGIS); the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Danida; theMinistry for Foreign Affairs of Finland; the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Norway; Australia’sAusAID; the Inter American Development Bank (IADB); and Oxfam Novib.Christophe Bellmann, Alexander Gocht, Jonathan Hepburn, Hans Grinsted Jensen, Trees Robijnsand Stefan Tangermann provided helpful comments on earlier drafts of this paper. This paperdraws on research that Prof. Matthews undertook for the German Marshall Fund of the UnitedStates on Europe’s Common Agricultural Policy and Developing Countries. The author is gratefulto the German Marshall Fund for its support, and wishes to clarify that any opinions expressedin the paper are entirely his own.For more information about ICTSD’s Programme on Agricultural Trade and SustainableDevelopment, visit our website at http://ictsd.net/programmes/agriculture/ICTSD welcomes feedback and comments on this document. These can be forwarded to JonathanHepburn at jhepburn [at] ictsd.chCitation: Mathews, Alan; (2011);
“Post-2013 EU Common Agricultural Policy, Trade and Development: A Review of Legislative Proposals”
; ICTSD Programme on Agricultural Trade and SustainableDevelopment; Issue Paper No.39; International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development,Geneva, Switzerland, www.ictsd.org.Copyright ICTSD, 2011. Readers are encouraged to quote and reproduce this material foreducational, non-profit purposes, provided the source is acknowledged.This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No-DerivativeWorks 3.0 License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 171 Second Street, Suite 300, San Francisco,California, 94105, USA.The views expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflectthe views of ICTSD or the funding institutions.ISSN 1817 356X

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