Edited By: F Brouwer, G Fox and R Jongeneel
This work debates and investigates the the cross-compliance system - whereby farmers comply with certain standards relating to the environment, food safety and animal and plant health.
It discusses cross-compliance in the context of existing standards, on-farm costs and the competitiveness of farm buisnesses. Analysing the economics of regulation both within the internal market of the EU and the broader world market by examining a broad range of agricultural products. This resource will be of value to agriculture and resource economists, policy makers, researchers and students in environmental and agricultural policy and modelling.
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