Agri-environmental policy in the European Union

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Ashgate, 2000 - Business & Economics - 291 pages
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This ground-breaking book provides a detailed comparative examination of agri-environmental policy within ten European states. It analyzes the national agricultural and environmental policy contexts and examines the range and significance of agri-environmental policy proposed alongside their spatial and territorial impact, their policy-making implications and their consequences for the structures, institutions and actors of national farming policy both across and within national borders. Taking European legislation as its starting point, the book critically examines how Member States have responded to EU imperatives in their budgetary commitments, in their implementation strategies and in the policy outputs that result. The result is a far reaching and comprehensive text which will be an essential book for researchers, students and policy makers alike.

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