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THE POLICY

DEPARTMENT
STUDY
DETAILS
STUDY
in a nutshell
We provide Committees of the AUTHORS DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR INTERNAL POLICIES

European Parliament in the area of Simone STERLY, Roel JONGENEEL, Holger PABST, Huib SILVIS , POLICY DEPARTMENT
with contributions from Jeff CONNOR STRUCTURAL AND COHESION POLICIES
Structural & Cohesion Policies with a (Australia), David FRESHWATER (US), Mikitaro SHOBAYASHI
dedicated research service. (Japan), Yukio KINOSHITA (Japan), Cornelis VAN KOOTEN
As a Policy Department we do our own (Canada), and Alexander ZORN (Switzerland)
research but also contract external
experts to deliver studies and briefings
for the Committees.
Lessons for the
future Common
Agricultural Policy
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IP/B/AGRI/IC/2018-032
A comparative analysis
PE 629.183 December 2018
of global agricultural
policies

A study commissioned by the Committee


for Agriculture and Rural Development
MAIN
ABSTRACT FOCUS ON
CONCLUSIONS

The EU has in several respects obtained an The study aims to show how the future The characteristics of the agricultural sector vary
advanced position in agricultural policy by CAP can, in the medium to long term, widely from country to country but the main
challenges are broadly similar: lagging farm
pursuing a comprehensive set of policy learn from the level and nature of incomes, increasing resource constraints and
goals and the availability of a rich set of assistance to agriculture in third environmental concerns, plus a rapidly
instruments. countries. increasing demand for food in the future. In
order to meet these challenges, economic
The EU could still learn from other viability and resource use efficiency of the sector
Against the background of the main require continuing attention. Major changes
countries, particularly to achieve farm trends in agricultural support as well as have been made to the content of agricultural
income resilience through risk recent changes and new initiatives in policies with regard to environmental aspects,
management tools and to achieve climate global agricultural policies, an in-depth especially through regulations and requirements
and other environmental objectives. analysis is made of selected instruments for land management; climate change action is
expected to receive increasing priority in the
in five countries (Australia, Canada, Japan, future.
Risk retention measures represent Switzerland, US).
savings and could be further considered
for adoption in the CAP, as both in the
current and the proposed CAP
precautionary savings measures are Comments on this study are welcome at:
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measures could be beneficial to the EU to the above address mentioning which
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assistance to local groups consisting of REGI

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farmers and other rural actors for the costs TRAN
concomitant with preserving agricultural
and commonly managed resources. The full study is available here:
http://bit.ly/2AYpkj7