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The importance of the territorial diversity. Employment effects of the first and second pillar of the CAP in rural areas

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  • Francesco Mantino

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The main objectives of this paper are as follows: a) Study of the CAP impact on agricultural labour in Italian agriculture in 2007-14 period; b) Explore the diversity of impacts in different territorial settings; c) Consider also other determinants of labour within an econometric model. This research was funded by the National Rural Network and aimed ultimately at defining the Italian position within the debate on CAP post-2014.

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  • Francesco Mantino, 2017. "The importance of the territorial diversity. Employment effects of the first and second pillar of the CAP in rural areas," Working Papers 263222, National Institute of Agricultural Economics, Italy - INEA, Rural Development Policies.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:inerdw:263222
    DOI: 10.22004/ag.econ.263222
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