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Reform of the Common Agricultural Policy

  • Alec Cairncross
  • Herbert Giersch
  • Alexandre Lamfalussy
  • Giuseppe Petrilli
  • Pierre Uri

Abstract

Agriculture is probably the best example of a sector affected by the problems of ‘growing maturity’. An unfavourable income elasticity of demand for many farm commodities has meant over the years a deterioration in agriculture’s terms of trade as compared with manufacturing industry’s terms of trade.1

Keywords

European Community Agricultural Policy Relative Prex Common Agricultural Policy Rural Poverty 
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Notes and References

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alec Cairncross
  • Herbert Giersch
  • Alexandre Lamfalussy
  • Giuseppe Petrilli
  • Pierre Uri

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