The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) has been supporting the incomes of the European Union's agricultural community for half a century. Despite this, there is still no official system in place to track the economic wellbeing of farmers and their families. This book examines the evidence on the overall wealth of farming households, and concludes that in nearly all member states, they are not generally a poor sector of society, with disposable incomes that are similar to, or exceed, the national average.Geneva 2-4 July, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. p11 ( UNECE website), and in FAO (2011), op. cit. ... Hoppe, R. A. and Banker, D. F. ( 2010), Structure and Finances of U.S. Farms: Family Farm Report, 2010 Edition, EIB-66, Economic Research Service, USDA, Washington ... Hubbard, L. J., Allanson, P. F. and Renwick, A. W. (1998), a#39;Farm Income and Economic Welfare Considerationsa#39;.
|Title||:||Farm Incomes, Wealth and Agricultural Policy Filling the CAP's Core Information Gap, 4th Edition|
|Publisher||:||CABI - 2012-01-01|