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Intervento pubblico, distretti Ogm free e accordi negoziali

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  • Francesco Adornato
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    La globalizzazione dei mercati ha dato luogo a rilevanti effetti istituzionali a partire dalla perdita di sovranità da parte degli Stati nazionali per via dell’asimmetria tra la forma degli Stati tradizionali e la dimensione internazionale dei mercati. Al contempo, per quanto riguarda la specifica situazione italiana, sono intervenute, quasi contemporaneamente, a livello comunitario, la riforma della Pac ed, a livello interno, la riforma del Titolo V, parte II, della Costituzione, che assegna la competenza in materia agricola alle Regioni. Di qui la necessità di rimodulare l’intervento pubblico in agricoltura attraverso l’impiego di modelli negoziali, i quali consentano di superare le difficoltà applicative di norme non diffusamente condivise e di plurima competenza, come quelle sugli Ogm.

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    Article provided by FrancoAngeli Editore in its journal AGRICOLTURA ISTITUZIONI MERCATI.

    Volume (Year): 2009/1,2 (2009)
    Issue (Month): 1,2 ()
    Pages: 19-32

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    Handle: RePEc:fan:aimaim:v:html10.3280/aim2009-001002
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