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10 Years of EU Membership: The case of the NMS agri-food sector

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  • Csaki, Csaba
  • Jambor, Attila

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10 years have passed since the 2004 accession round to the European Union. The tenth anniversary provides a good opportunity for stocktaking and assessing the developments of the New Member States in light of the latest data available. The aim of this paper is identify the winners and losers of accession in the agri-food sector of the New Member States by ranking individual country performances. Results suggest Poland, Estonia and Lithuania to be winners of EU accession regarding agricultural, agri-environmental and rural performance, while Slovakia, Latvia and Hungary appear to be the losers in this regard.

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  • Csaki, Csaba & Jambor, Attila, 2015. "10 Years of EU Membership: The case of the NMS agri-food sector," 2015 Conference, August 9-14, 2015, Milan, Italy 211552, International Association of Agricultural Economists.
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    Agribusiness; Food Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety;

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