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Le financement et l'efficacité des dépenses à l'agriculture

Abstract : This text presents a critical analysis on the financial and effectiveness of public expenditure allocated to European agriculture. It deals with the proposals made by the European Commission under the health check of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). To provide some answers to the questions raised by his interlocutors (European parliament), the author draws on his analysis of agricultural policy and simulations applied to the French Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN). The first part deals with the model of farm support. After recalling the good efficiency of previous CAP reforms to control agricultural expenditure, it presents how the decoupling is applied in various EU member states. The second part deals with the role, present and future, of the various intervention instruments of the CAP. The third part and the conclusion invite to change substantially the terms of the CAP support in a long term (after 2015). The segmentation between the first and second pillar could be modified, as well as the issue of the modalities of co-financing. The proposal to allow member states to move towards a flatter rate of the single payment scheme, the Article 68 and the modulation are temporarily useful before 2015. They do not, however, sufficient to legitimate decoupled support over the long term. It is therefore important that direct payments become more directly related to environmental and territorial services.
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Vincent Chatellier. Le financement et l'efficacité des dépenses à l'agriculture. The financing and effectiveness of agricultural expenditure, Feb 2008, Belgique. 19 p. ⟨hal-02816991⟩



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