Agriculture and European Union Enlargement
by Tim Josling, David Kelch, Peter Liapis, and Stefan Tangermann
Technical Bulletin No. (TB-1865) 53 pp, February 1998
This report documents the modeling framework (European Simulation Model, ESIM) used to analyze the 1992 CAP reform and discusses possible effects of EU enlargement. Potential accession of a number of eastern and central European countries into the European Union (EU) seems destined to lead to further reforms of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). The financial costs of absorbing these countries may be extreme.
Keywords: CAP Reform, European Union, EU, European Union Enlargement
In this publication...
- Front Matter, 17 kb
- Background and Scope of the Study, 15 kb
- The ESIM Model, 24 kb
- EU-12 Market Balances Under 1992 CAP Reform and EU Enlargement, 27 kb
- The Impact of EFTA Accession, 58 kb
- Accession Impacts: Central and Eastern Europe, 71 kb
- Forecast Balances for an EU-19, 9 kb
- Conclusions, 12 kb
- References, 11 kb
- Entire Report, 243 kb
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