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From CAP to CARPE: the state of the question /доклад на 87 семинаре ЕААЕ, Assessing Rural Development Policies of the CAP, Vienna, Austria, 21-23 April 2004

Опубликовано на портале: 29-03-2005
There is a contradiction in Europe affecting the design of an efficient and effective rural development policy. It depends by the fact that the discussion on rural development is, as a matter of fact, an issue discussed prevalently in the agricultural circles and influenced by sectorial interests. The outcome is that the CAP reform proceeds too slowly and concentrates prevalently on agricultural aspects, neglecting to take in due consideration the wider complexity of rurality. Scarce is thus the integration with the other European structural policies. The paper presents first an analysis of the role reserved to rural areas in the elaboration of non-agricultural specialists and in the definition of a sustainable development and cohesion policy across Europe. In the following it examines how the CAP reform process has still only partially converged towards an integrated rural policy, maintaining substantially a sectorial character and a redistributive role. The MTR and the Salzburg Conference should be considered as very important steps in the right direction, but much remains still to be done.

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