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Le bilan de santé de la PAC et son application en France. Simulations et réflexions sur les décisions du 23 février 2009 du Ministre français de l’agriculture et de la pêche

Abstract : The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), in continuous process of reform since 1992, has some new rules since November 20, 2008. This latest evolution of the CAP is the result of political compromise that leaves substantial leeway to member states. In France, the first decisions were defined by the Minister of Agriculture February 23, 2009. This report presents, first, an analysis of the distribution of subisidies (and single payment) to French farms and on the other hand, the results of a simulation of the impact of these decisions on the farm income. These simulations are conducted with the Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN) to measure the impact of budget reallocations for several types of production and for the twenty-two administrative regions. The report stresses that decisions are economically unfavorable for crop farms and intensive cattle farms. Conversely, they are favorable for sheep farms and for extensive livestock located in mountains.
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Vincent Chatellier, Herve Guyomard. Le bilan de santé de la PAC et son application en France. Simulations et réflexions sur les décisions du 23 février 2009 du Ministre français de l’agriculture et de la pêche. 2009. ⟨hal-02815325⟩

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