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The Impact of the MacSharry Reforms on the Distributional Effects of the Common Agricultural Policy Between Member States

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  • R.W. Ackrill
  • M. Suardi, R.C. Hine
  • A.J. Rayner,

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  • R.W. Ackrill & M. Suardi, R.C. Hine & A.J. Rayner,, "undated". "The Impact of the MacSharry Reforms on the Distributional Effects of the Common Agricultural Policy Between Member States," Discussion Papers 95/16, University of Nottingham, CREDIT.
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