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Domestic and International Implications for British Agricultural Policy

  • John Ashton
  • T. E. Josling
  • Alister McFarquhar
Part of the Trade Policy Research Centre book series

Abstract

In this concluding chapter an attempt is made to present an overall qualitative assessment of the efficacy of British policy. Before beginning to draw overall conclusions, however, it would be useful to consider the conclusions of previous chapters in the light of recent developments in the British economy.

Keywords

Agricultural Policy Food Price Real Term Common Agricultural Policy Farm Income 
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Notes and References

  1. 4.
    The weaknesses are briefly stated on pp. 26 and 27 above, quoting Reform of the European Community’s Common Agricultural Policy, Wageningen Memorandum (London and Wageningen: Trade Policy Research Centre and the Agricultural University of Wageningen, 1973).Google Scholar

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© Trade Policy Research Center 1976

Authors and Affiliations

  • John Ashton
  • T. E. Josling
  • Alister McFarquhar

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