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Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Volume 3, Number 1, Spring 2007


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Content: (1) Fuller, Frank H. and John C. Beghin. "Enlargement, Structural Change, CAP Reform, and Trade Liberalization in European Agriculture: Highlights of the Special Issue." (pp.1-4); (2) Rungsuriyaviboon, Supawat, and Alexsej Lissitsa. "Agricultural Productivity Growth in the European Union and Transition Countries." (pp. 5-22); (3) Swinnen, Johan F.M. "European Integration, Reforms, and Governance of Food Supply Chains in Eastern Europe." (pp. 23-38); (4) Rau, Marie-Luise, and Frank van Tongeren. "Differentiated Food Quality Standards and Industry Structure in the Enlarged EU: The Polish Meat Sector." (pp. 39-56); (5) Fabiosa, Jacinto F., John C. Beghin, Fengxia Dong, Amani Elobeid, Frank H. Fuller, Holger Matthey, Simla Tokgoz, and Eric Wailes. "The Impact of the European Enlargement and CAP Reforms on Agricultural Markets: Much Ado about Nothing." (pp. 57-70); (6) Dixon, Janine, and Alan Matthews. "The 2003 Mid-Term Review of the Common Agricultural Policy: A Computable General Equilibrium Analysis for Ireland." (pp.71-86); (7) Arriaza, Manual and Jose A. Gomez-Limon. "Policy Implications of the Decoupling of the EU Cotton Subsidies." (pp. 87-104); (8) Conforti, Piero, and George Rapsomanikis. "Preferences Erosion and Trade Costs in the Sugar Market: The Impact of the "Everything but Arms" Initiative and the Reform of the EU Policy." (pp. 105-120); (9) Gotz, Linde, and Harald Grethe. "The EU Import Regime for Oranges-Much Ado About Nothing?" (pp. 121-134)

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  • Anonymous, 2007. "Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Volume 3, Number 1, Spring 2007," Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, Journal of International Agricultural Trade and Development, vol. 3(1).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:joiatd:49168

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