5

rezultāts(-i)

Vārds(-i)
Publikācijas veids
Politikas joma
Jautājuma autors
Datums

Research for AGRI Committee - State of Play of Risk Management Tools Implemented by Member States During the Period 2014-2020: National and European Framework

15-03-2016

The study aims at reviewing the implementing arrangements adopted recently by the EU Member States with regard to the risk management provisions in the agricultural sector. The study develops a general overview of the state of play of risk management in 2014/2020 Rural Development Programmes submitted by Member States (or Regions); examines similarities and differences in risk management tools implemented in order to gain a better understanding of their scope, their design, their limits and their ...

The study aims at reviewing the implementing arrangements adopted recently by the EU Member States with regard to the risk management provisions in the agricultural sector. The study develops a general overview of the state of play of risk management in 2014/2020 Rural Development Programmes submitted by Member States (or Regions); examines similarities and differences in risk management tools implemented in order to gain a better understanding of their scope, their design, their limits and their potential efficiency; and suggests future CAP developments related to risk management in order to deal more effectively with income uncertainties and market volatility.

Ārējais autors

Isabel Bardají and Alberto Garrido (Coordinators ; Research Centre for the Management of Agricultural and Environmental Risks - CEIGRAM) ; Irene Blanco, Ana Felis and José María Sumpsi (Research Centre for the Management of Agricultural and Environmental Risks - CEIGRAM, France) ; Tomás García-Azcárate (Institute of Economics, Geography and Demography - CSIC, France) ; with the collaboration of: Geoffroy Enjolras (University Grenoble Alpes, France) ; Fabian Capitanio (University of Naples Federico II, Italy)

Research for AGRI Committee - Agriculture and the EU's Common Agricultural Policy in the Netherlands

15-01-2016

This in-depth analysis is intended for MEPs of the European Parliament's Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development visiting the Netherlands in March 2016. The document provides a very concise overview of the country, describes its farming sector and details the implementation of the new EU’s Common Agricultural Policy for the 2014-2020 period. The Netherlands has a high-income, open, knowledge-based economy, which is gradually recovering from a protracted recession. As regards its agricultural ...

This in-depth analysis is intended for MEPs of the European Parliament's Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development visiting the Netherlands in March 2016. The document provides a very concise overview of the country, describes its farming sector and details the implementation of the new EU’s Common Agricultural Policy for the 2014-2020 period. The Netherlands has a high-income, open, knowledge-based economy, which is gradually recovering from a protracted recession. As regards its agricultural sector, the main challenge for the coming years will be to reconcile the continuous growth of agricultural outputs and productivity with the preservation of the environment.

Implementation of the First Pillar of the CAP 2014–2020 in the EU Member States

15-07-2015

TThe 2014-2020 reform introduced many relevant changes in the tool box of the CAP. Within Pillar I, one of the most relevant issues has been that of direct payments, which became more targeted at specific goals than they have been in the past. Another key issue is the role of Member States in tailoring the new CAP according to the needs of their primary sector. Consequently, what we face today in the EU28 is a multifaceted form of agricultural support under a common EU framework.

TThe 2014-2020 reform introduced many relevant changes in the tool box of the CAP. Within Pillar I, one of the most relevant issues has been that of direct payments, which became more targeted at specific goals than they have been in the past. Another key issue is the role of Member States in tailoring the new CAP according to the needs of their primary sector. Consequently, what we face today in the EU28 is a multifaceted form of agricultural support under a common EU framework.

Ārējais autors

Roberto Henke (project leader), Maria Rosaria Pupo D’Andrea (scientific editor), Theodoros Benos (consultant), Tatiana Castellotti, Fabio Pierangeli and Simona Romeo Lironcurti (Consiglio per la ricerca in agricoltura e l’analisi dell’economia agraria - CRA-INEA, Council for Agricultural Reseach and Economics, Roma, Italy) ; Fabrizio De Filippis, Mara Giua and Laura Rosatelli (Università di Roma Tre, Roma, Italy) ; Thomas Resl and Karin Heinschink (Bundesanstalt für Agrarwirtschaft - AWI, Federal Institute of Agricultural Economics, Vienna, Austria)

Producer organisations in the EU fruit and vegetable sector

29-06-2015

The contribution of producer organisations (POs) in the fruit and vegetable sector (F&V) is highlighted in various pieces of EU legislation. The 2007 reform of the common agricultural policy (CAP) brought a new range of tools aimed at strengthening their role in the F&V sector. For the first time, POs could receive EU support in the form of a contribution to finance their operational programmes. EU financial assistance to POs is limited to 50% of the total operational fund, but in specific cases ...

The contribution of producer organisations (POs) in the fruit and vegetable sector (F&V) is highlighted in various pieces of EU legislation. The 2007 reform of the common agricultural policy (CAP) brought a new range of tools aimed at strengthening their role in the F&V sector. For the first time, POs could receive EU support in the form of a contribution to finance their operational programmes. EU financial assistance to POs is limited to 50% of the total operational fund, but in specific cases it may be increased at 60%. Member States had to establish national strategies for sustainable operational programmes, in which the role of POs is further underlined. The EP is due to adopt a report in plenary, which aims to encourage the Commission to present a legislative proposal aimed at the revision of the aid scheme for the F&V sector.

Agriculture in Brazil and Relations with the EU

14-03-2014

This study consists of: 1) an introductory section setting out the main physical and demographic data; 2) a general chapter on the Brazilian economy; 3) an in-depth analysis of the agricultural sector in terms of both production and commercial aspects; 4) an overview of conflicts and potentially conflictive issues in EU-Brazil relations; 5) and finally, some general comments on the new CAP 2014/2020.

This study consists of: 1) an introductory section setting out the main physical and demographic data; 2) a general chapter on the Brazilian economy; 3) an in-depth analysis of the agricultural sector in terms of both production and commercial aspects; 4) an overview of conflicts and potentially conflictive issues in EU-Brazil relations; 5) and finally, some general comments on the new CAP 2014/2020.

Gaidāmie notikumi

25-01-2021
Public Hearing on "Gender aspects of precarious work"
Uzklausīšana -
FEMM
26-01-2021
Public hearing on Co-management of EU fisheries at local level
Uzklausīšana -
PECH
26-01-2021
The impact of Brexit on the level playing field in the area of taxation
Uzklausīšana -
FISC

Partneri