Freer Trade, Sustainability, and the Primary Production Sector in the Southern EU: Unraveling the Evidence from Greece

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This book addresses conceptual, methodological, and policy aspects of agriculture, fisheries and forests, from a 'trade and environment' perspective in a Southern European context. It contains contributions by experienced professors and researchers, which provide an in depth analysis of the likely impacts of free trade on the economic and environmental sustainability of a typical Southern EU country, following the recent CAP reform and WTO agreement. The evidence will be useful to professional researchers and ...

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Overview

This book addresses conceptual, methodological, and policy aspects of agriculture, fisheries and forests, from a 'trade and environment' perspective in a Southern European context. It contains contributions by experienced professors and researchers, which provide an in depth analysis of the likely impacts of free trade on the economic and environmental sustainability of a typical Southern EU country, following the recent CAP reform and WTO agreement. The evidence will be useful to professional researchers and research-oriented policy analysts. This is the first book to deal with trade and environment with an analytic focus on the primary production sector of a Southern European Country.

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Thirteen articles assess the impact of trade liberalization and other European Union policy initiatives upon Greece, as a representative southern EU nation. Policy results are assessed in the context of the agricultural sector, fisheries and forests, and the future. Topics include the role of public infrastructure in agriculture, the sustainability of aquaculture, and the evolution from the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) to Common Agricultural Planning and Management (CAPLAM). Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789048150601
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/9/2010
  • Series: Economy & Environment Series , #16
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1998
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 213
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.48 (d)

Table of Contents

Figures. Tables. Preface. Introduction: Trade, Sustainability and the Primary Production Sector: A Southern EU Perspective; J.N. Lekakis. Part I: The Agricultural Sector. 1. The Organization of Primary Agricultural Production in Greece: Evolution and New Challenges for Re-Orientation; C.M. Zioganas. 2. The Role of Public Infrastructure in the Agricultural Sector; C. Pantzios, P. Fousekis. 3. Crop Production under Risk-Uncertainty Conditions; G. Vaphiades. 4. Farm Household Adjustment to the Increasingly Competitive Conditions in European Agriculture; S. Efstratoglou. 5. Environmental Sustainability and Price Support under Production Uncertainty; G. Karagiannis. 6. Supply Response for Soil Erosive and Chemical Intensive Crops; J.N. Lekakis. 7. Economic Implications of Fertilizer Limitation Policies; E. Papanagiotou. 8. Towards a More Competitive and Sustainable Cotton Production; S. Galanopoulou-Sendouca. Part II: Fisheries and Forests. 9. Shastic Trends in Productivity Analysis: An Application to the Fleet of Bottom Trawlers; P. Fousekis, C. Pantzios. 10. Exploring the Sustainability of Aquaculture; G. Karagiannis, et al. 11. Trade, Sustainability, and the Forest Sector; N. Stamou. Part III: The Future. 12. Greek Agriculture at the Crossroads: Competition and Sustainability; G.A. Daoutopoulos, M. Pyrovetsi. 13. From Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) to Common Agricultural Planning and Management (CAPLAM); S.M. Theofanides. Author Index. Subject Index.

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