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Coping with Risks in the Mediterranean Countries? Let the experts explain

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  • Santeramo, Fabio Gaetano
  • Adinolfi, Felice
  • Capitanio, Fabian
  • Contò, Francesco
  • Sasala, Piero

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A decade of major political, institutional, economic and societal changes is challenging the Mediterranean Area: in a more and more globalized Europe the primary sectors of Mediterranean Partner Countries (MPCs) are largely influenced by recent trends. The resulting exposure of Mediterranean Countries’ agriculture to risks has called great attention on risk management strategies and public intervention. We explore their role in three selected Countries, namely Syria, Tunisia and Turkey with a view to a unified policy framework. The analysis is conducted through a field activity that has allowed to understand the key issues. The experts’ opinions draw a clear picture of retrospect and prospects and stimulate a comparative analysis that widens the current knowledge of risk management in the Mediterranean Countries.

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Paper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 49852.

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Keywords: Agricultural Policy; Delphi; Mediterranean Countries; Risk Management;

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  1. Santeramo, Fabio Gaetano & Di Pasquale, Jorgelina & Contò, Francesco & Tudisca, Salvatore & Sgroi, Filippo, 2012. "Analyzing risk management in Mediterranean Countries: The Syrian perspective," MPRA Paper 49851, University Library of Munich, Germany.

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