The economics of regulation in agriculture : compliance with public and private standards

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Abstract

This volume investigates the cost implications and competitiveness effects resulting from regulations and standards in the fields of environment, human health and animal welfare and production-linked rules of "good agricultural conditions" for a range of agricultural products in the EU, USA, Canada and New Zealand. Part I of the book (chapters 2-6) highlights changes taking place in developed country agricultures. Part II (chapters 7-11) offers a commodity approach linking public concerns with trade and competitiveness. Emerging policy perspectives are identified in Part III (chapters 12-16).
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWallingford [etc.]
PublisherCABI
Number of pages278
ISBN (Print)9781845935573
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

Keywords

  • agricultural policy
  • agricultural economics
  • regulations
  • agriculture
  • environmental policy
  • health
  • animal welfare
  • european union
  • usa
  • canada
  • new zealand

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