Rather than simply cataloging the various interpretations of
European regulations by Member States, this international team
examines the economic priorities, the legal bases, the social norms
and cultural patterns which come into play, presenting an
analytical approach to the study of production rights in European
This work traces the emergence and the economic and legal content
of the different income support tools for agricultural producers,
collectively termed 'production rights' and it looks at the
foundations of the specific national conceptions underlying the
methods of organising agricultural activity.
The book is intended for a varied readership: farmers themselves,
of course, but also economic, legal and tax consultants, experts,
lawyers, notaries, as well as students, teachers and researchers.
It has been set out in such a way as to allow readers to move
freely from one subject to another, depending on whether their
interest lies in economic aspects or legal developments, or whether
they are more concerned by certain production rights or by certain
features of their own organisation.
The goal of the book is to enable the reader to grasp the special
features and the significance of the forces which have shaped the
current income support instruments for producers in the various
Member States of the EU, and which will unquestionably continue to
influence the measures which flow from reforms to the Common
Agricultural Policy in the years to come.
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