By: Adrian Kay
186 pages, Figs, tabs
The main objective of this book is to analyse why, when and how the MacSharry reforms were enacted. The author adopts an interdisciplinary approach, examining alternatives to the standard neo-classical agricultural economics analyses. The approach adopted considers the public choice framework and recognises that agricultural policy is made by governments and therefore affected by economic and political pressures.
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