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Impacts of a NoCAP Scenario on Sub-Saharan Africa

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  • Boulanger, P.
  • Dudu, H.
  • Ferrari, E.
  • M'Barek, R.
  • Philippidis, G.

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This paper provides a model-based impact analysis of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) on the four main regional blocks in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). It uses the Modular Agricultural GeNeral Equilibrium Tool (MAGNET), a multi-region computable general equilibrium model. To provide a comprehensive analysis, other key EU policies, such as trade or GHG policies, are modelled as well. A thoroughly prepared reference scenario is contrasted with a counterfactual scenario, where the CAP is removed and ambitious trade agreements with non-African EU trade partners are implemented. Results provide interesting insights into the identification and quantification of - mainly indirect - effects of the CAP in SSA. Acknowledgement :

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  • Boulanger, P. & Dudu, H. & Ferrari, E. & M'Barek, R. & Philippidis, G., 2018. "Impacts of a NoCAP Scenario on Sub-Saharan Africa," 2018 Conference, July 28-August 2, 2018, Vancouver, British Columbia 277427, International Association of Agricultural Economists.
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    1. George Philippidis & Robert M’barek & Emanuele Ferrari, 2016. "Drivers of the European Bioeconomy in Transition (BioEconomy2030): an exploratory, model-based assessment," JRC Working Papers JRC98160, Joint Research Centre (Seville site).
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