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The Effects of the 1992 Reform of the Common Agricultural Policy on the Countryside of Great Britain

The objects of the report are: to study the reported effects of the implementation of the CAP reform package on the countryside; to analyse the nature and content of farm decision-making processes on selected farms; to consider the relative importance of CAP reform measures and other factors in decision-making processes; to assess the impact of decisions on farm management, again seeking to isolate CAP reform impacts from other effects; and to assess the implications of identified farm management changes on the countryside.