OECD Agriculture Statistics

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2074-4048 (online)
DOI :
10.1787/agr-data-en
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The OECD databases on agriculture constitute a unique collection of agricultural statistics and provide a framework for quantifying and analysing the agricultural economy. This includes forecasts regarding the evolution of the main agricultural markets and commodities, detailed estimates of policy support, as well as indicators of environmental performance of agriculture. Data concern both OECD countries and non-member economies.

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Keywords: Agriculture
 

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DOI :
10.1787/agr-pcse-data-en

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The OECD Agricultural Databases provides a unique collection of policy-relevant agricultural statistics, detailed support estimates for both OECD and transition economies and a detailed framework for quantifying the economics of agriculture.

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    Agricultural support estimates 2013

    This dataset is a complement to the "Agricultural Policy Monitoring and Evaluation 2013" publication. It shows estimates of agricultural support for OECD countries as well as some non-member economies. These summary tables, designed specifically to monitor and evaluate the level and composition of agricultural policy support, focus on:

    - Producer Support Estimate (PSE), representing transfers granted to producers individually;

    - General Service Support Estimate (GSSE), representing transfers granted to producers collectively, i.e. services that benefit agriculture but whose initial incidence is not at the level of individual farmers;

    - Consumer Support Estimate (CSE), representing transfers granted to consumers. The CSE is almost always negative because transfers from consumers due to market price support policies outweigh any consumption subsidies from taxpayers that might be granted to consumers.

    - Total Support Estimate (TSE), representing the sum of the three above-mentioned components, adjusted for double-counting given that some market price transfers are accounted for in both the PSE and CSE.

    The value of those transfers are further analyzed by looking at their relative share in agricultural support, in agricultural economy and in the economy as a whole, together with other indicators such as Nominal Assistance Coefficient (NAC) and Nominal Protection Coefficient (NPC).

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    Total support estimate OECD 2010

    These tables are a complement to the report Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries: At a Glance 2010. They comprise the summary of agricultural support estimates for OECD countries.
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    Producer support estimate and related indicators by country 2010

    This table is a complement to the report Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries: At a Glance 2010. This dataset comprises statistics on the Producer Support Estimate (PSE), designed specifically to monitor and evaluate the level and composition of this support represents transfers to producers individually.These transfers to producers are further analyzed with indicators by country such as Producer NAC, PSE USD, Producer NPC, or Percentage PSE.
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    Producer support estimate composition 2010

    This table is a complement to the report Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries: At a Glance 2010. This dataset comprises statistics on the Producer Support Estimate (PSE) composition for 2010, designed specifically to monitor and evaluate the level and composition of this support represents transfers to producers individually.These transfers to producers are further analyzed by looking at the percentage PSE and other relevant indicators.
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    Consumer support estimate and related indicators by country 2010

    This table is a complement to the report Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries: At a Glance 2010. This dataset comprises statistics on the Consumer Support Estimate (CSE) indicators by country 2010, designed specifically to monitor and captures the value of transfers to consumers.The CSE is almost always negative because transfers from consumers due to market price support policies outweigh any consumption subsidies from taxpayers that might be provided to consumers. The value of transfers to consumers are further analyzed by looking at the percentage CSE and other relevant indicators.
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    General services support estimate by country 2010

    This table is a complement to the report Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries: At a Glance 2010. General Service Support Estimate (GSSE) includes transfers to producers collectively, i.e. services that benefit agriculture but whose initial incidence is not at the level of individual farmers. The value of those transfers are further analyzed by looking at the percentage of TSE and other relevant indicators.
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    Total support estimate by country 2010

    This table is a complement to the report Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries: At a Glance 2010. This dataset comprises statistics on the Total Support Estimate (TSE) indicators by country 2010, which represents the sum of all three components, adjusting for double-counting given that some market price transfers are accounted for in both the PSE and CSE. The value of those transfers are further analyzed by looking at the percentage of GDP and other relevant indicators.
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    Total support estimate by country 2009

    This table is a complement to the report Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries: At a Glance 2009. This dataset comprises statistics on the Total Support Estimate (TSE) indicators by country 2009, which represents the sum of all three components, adjusting for double-counting given that some market price transfers are accounted for in both the PSE and CSE. The value of those transfers are further analyzed by looking at the percentage of GDP and other relevant indicators.
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