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  • ISBN 0754611329
  • ISBN13 978-0754611325
  • Language English
  • Author Berkeley Hill
  • Publisher Routledge; 3 edition (April 28, 2000)
  • Pages 392
  • Formats lit mobi azw lrf
  • Category Different
  • Subcategory Social Sciences
  • Size ePub 1372 kb
  • Size Fb2 1555 kb
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This title was first published in 2000: The central aim of the Common Agricultural Policy is to support the incomes of farmers, yet reliable information on the overall incomes of farmers and their households is scarce. In general, farmers in the EU are not a low-income or poor sector of society and much of the present CAP income support goes to those that are relatively well-off. This book, the 3rd edition to address these issues, has been updated and expanded to include: updated coverage of statistics and references; the major changes in methodology of income measurement flowing from the 1995 revision of the European System of Accounts; a critical examination of wealth and balance sheets for the agricultural industry as currently calculated; incorporation of material from Japan and countries in Central and Eastern Europe that are candidates for EU membership.

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The agricultural income aggregates do not represent the disposable income of farm households, because the latter, in addition to their purely agricultural incomes, may also have income from other sources (non-agricultural activities, remuneration, social benefits, income from property). Comparing agricultural income to average wages in the economy nonetheless provides an estimate for the opportunity cost of agricultural family labour, . the average income opportunities that a person would have outside of agriculture.

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The central aim of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is to support the incomes of farmers. Yet reliable information on the overall incomes of farmers and their households is scarce.

Contents: Introduction; Incomes and agricultural policy; Conceptual issues; Indicators of income from agricultural production; Incomes of agricultural households; Wealth; Information and policy; Bibliography; Index.

Farm incomes, wealth and agricultural policy. The Common Agricultural Policy is critically examined in the light of empirical evidence on the incomes and wealth of farmers, which shows that they are generally among the wealthiest members of society. Farmers as a whole often appear to be a privileged group for which a continued policy of support is hard to justify.

This title was first published in 2000: The central aim of the Common Agricultural Policy is to support the incomes of farmers, yet reliable information on the overall incomes of farmers and their households is scarce. In general, farmers in the EU are not a low-income or poor sector of societ.

Contents: Introduction; Incomes and agricultural policy; Conceptual issues; Indicators of income from .