By: K Lynggaard
The Common Agricultural Policy and Organic Farming covers how ideational change came about to enhance the understanding of change within the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and to plan and implement change in European agriculture policy. The contents cover institutional change within the CAP and focus on the institutional construction policy concerned with organic farming.
* The Common Agricultural Policy and Institutional Change; * Institutional Change: Rational Choice, Historical and Sociological Perspectives; * A Discursive Institutional Approach and its Analytical Implications; * The Translation and Institutionalisation of the World Problematique (1968-1977); * The Translation and Institutionalisation of Environmental Ideas within the CAP (1978-1985); * Conflicts over Meaning and Policy Entrepreneurship within the CAP (1986-1992); * The Formation of a Policy Field: Organic Farming within the CAP (1993-2005); * Conclusions.
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