Agri-Environmental Policy in Poland: Challenges and Evaluation Approaches
The main objective of the paper is to investigate challenges for the agri-environmental policy in Poland and to detect methodical approaches which can be used for the evaluation and design of agrienvironmental measures to make them more effective. Analysing the development of the agri-environmental policy in the transformation process in Poland, before and after the accession to the European Union, we state that several changes are necessary to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of agri-environmental measures in Poland. The acknowledged methodical approaches can be helpful to evaluate agri-environmental measures and to specify problems to be solved in the following years.
Volume (Year): 40 (2007)
Issue (Month): 1-2 ()
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