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An assessment of the impact of possible CAP reform scenarios on Romanian agriculture

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  • Alexandri, Cecilia
  • Luca, Lucian

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Using a simplified model, with key-variable the prices of two different possible scenarios of CAP reform after 2013 (moderate and radical), this paper present a comparison between the price effects of implementation of each reform scenario at 2015 horizon on Romanian agriculture. This short analysis shows that, under the presented hypotheses, the net welfare effect, due to the price changes, for the selected products, is positive in both reform scenarios, yet greater in the case of the radical reform. Integrated in the large context of Romanian development, it seems that the influence of CAP reform upon agriculture and rural areas will be most likely a gradual one: an interpenetration between the two scenarios is foreseeable, starting with the moderate reform that will dominate the period around 2013, the reform measures acquiring a more radical character afterwards.

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  • Alexandri, Cecilia & Luca, Lucian, 2008. "An assessment of the impact of possible CAP reform scenarios on Romanian agriculture," 2008 International Congress, August 26-29, 2008, Ghent, Belgium 44022, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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    1. Costin, Lenuța, 2014. "Impact of the National Economy restructuring on the Rural Development," MPRA Paper 61624, University Library of Munich, Germany.

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    CAP reform; Romania; welfare effects; Agricultural and Food Policy;

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