CROSS-COMPLIANCE Facilitating the CAP reform: Compliance and competitiveness of European agriculture : Specific Targeted Research or Innovation Project (STREP) Integrating and Strengthening the European Research Area

R.A. Jongeneel, I. Bezlepkina, J. Winsten, G. Fox

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    Abstract

    The prime aim or the project was on assessing the impacts of compliance with standards, more specifically those part of cross-compliance, on EU’s external competitiveness. This is why in several deliverables and also in the main text of this Deliverable 13 a lot of attention is given to the EU and EU regulations. However, also an extensive analysis was made of some key competitors to the EU, notably New Zealand, the US and Canada. This annex integrates the elements of this comparative analysis, in particular to the extent choices about these countries have been included in the competitiveness assessment (expected percentage cost increases for farmers and sectors due to regulations which have a certain degree of equivalency with the ones analysed for the EU). Also a separate discussion of the Polish case was added in order to more in detail highlight the challenges new member states face from implementing and monitoring cross-compliance
    Original languageEnglish
    Place of PublicationDen Haag
    PublisherLEI
    Number of pages169
    Publication statusPublished - 2008

    Keywords

    • european union countries
    • eu regulations
    • international economy
    • international finance

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