OBJECTIVE To assess the impact of the 2003 CAP Reform - with special focus on the Single Farm Payment - on producers’ investment behaviour, and to evaluate the consequences of the investment behaviour on the sustainability of farming systems. CONTENTS The last CAP reform of 2003 is based on de-linking farm subsidies from production and concentrates the previous in a Single Farm Payment (SFP) supporting producers’ income. Little is known about how farmers will use their new income; accordingly the impact of SFP on farmers’ investment strategies – including both on- and off-farm activities – deserves further analysis, as well as the consequences of the observed behaviour on farming systems’ sustainability. The study includes: a review of literature associated to farmers’ investment behaviour and a database of studies on methodologies/tools used, and research gaps identified. An empirical analysis of conventional and emerging farming systems in terms of socio-economic sustainability, and investment activities. An agricultural policy scenarios analysis evaluating the impact of policy instruments on the identified selected farming systems.

Investment behaviour in conventional and emerging farming systems under different policy scenarios, CONTRACT 150369-2005 F1SC IT, call for tenders J05/13/2005, IPTS JRC Siviglia / D. Viaggi; V. Gallerani. - (2006).

Investment behaviour in conventional and emerging farming systems under different policy scenarios, CONTRACT 150369-2005 F1SC IT, call for tenders J05/13/2005, IPTS JRC Siviglia

VIAGGI, DAVIDE;GALLERANI, VITTORIO ALESSANDRO
2006

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OBJECTIVE To assess the impact of the 2003 CAP Reform - with special focus on the Single Farm Payment - on producers’ investment behaviour, and to evaluate the consequences of the investment behaviour on the sustainability of farming systems. CONTENTS The last CAP reform of 2003 is based on de-linking farm subsidies from production and concentrates the previous in a Single Farm Payment (SFP) supporting producers’ income. Little is known about how farmers will use their new income; accordingly the impact of SFP on farmers’ investment strategies – including both on- and off-farm activities – deserves further analysis, as well as the consequences of the observed behaviour on farming systems’ sustainability. The study includes: a review of literature associated to farmers’ investment behaviour and a database of studies on methodologies/tools used, and research gaps identified. An empirical analysis of conventional and emerging farming systems in terms of socio-economic sustainability, and investment activities. An agricultural policy scenarios analysis evaluating the impact of policy instruments on the identified selected farming systems.
2006
Investment behaviour in conventional and emerging farming systems under different policy scenarios, CONTRACT 150369-2005 F1SC IT, call for tenders J05/13/2005, IPTS JRC Siviglia / D. Viaggi; V. Gallerani. - (2006).
D. Viaggi; V. Gallerani
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