OECD Review of Agricultural Policies

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1990-004X (online)
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1990-0058 (print)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/1990004x
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These reviews present a comprehensive overview and assessment of subject countries’ agricultural policies combined with OECD estimates of the level of support provided to their farm sectors. They also examine such issues as welfare impacts of liberalisation; agricultural commodity markets; grain stock estimates; labour and food safety.

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OECD Review of Agricultural Policies: Slovenia 2001

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OECD
11 July 2001
Pages:
186
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9789264188365 (PDF) ;9789264185937(print)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/9789264188365-en

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OECD's 2001 review of Slovenia's agricultural policies. It finds that successful macroeconomic recovery and major progress towards international integration marked Slovenia’s first decade of independence. This should have a positive impact on the domestic agro-food sector, prompting the shift of human and financial resources into more competitive areas and driving down production costs. With EU membership fast approaching and commitments to WTO and CEFTA to be upheld, Slovenia needs to limit price-distorting policies in the agro-food sector and to focus on structural adjustment, especially to reduce farm fragmentation, enlarge the commercially viable farm sector, and restructure and modernise the food industry. Given the high importance of rural areas in Slovenia, an effective rural diversification strategy targeted to generate off-farm incomes for rural people is vital to support the progress towards a more market-oriented agriculture. The Review analyses developments since Slovenia gained independence in 1991. It evaluates key structural issues, examines emerging policy developments and provides detailed estimates of support to agriculture, using the OECD’s Producer and Consumer Support Estimates (PSEs/CSEs). For those involved in central and eastern European agriculture and agro-food policies, markets and trade, the Review offers unique information and analysis. Policy makers, businesses and researchers will find it an indispensable reference for years to come.
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Table of Contents

Summary, Conclusions, and Recommendations
-The Macroeconomic Environment
-Agricultural Situation
-Agricultural Policies
-Overall Budgetary Outlays on Agricultural Policies
-Measuring Support to Agriculture
-Conclusions and Recommendations
Part 1: Macroeconomic Environment
-General Aspects
-Macroeconomic Developments
Part II. Situation of the Agro-Food Sector
-Role of the Agro-Food Sector in the Economy
-Agricultural Sector
-Agricultural Trade and Trade Relations
-Agricultural Privatisation and Farm Restructuring
-Upstrem and Downstream Sectors
-Agriculture and the Environment
Part III. Agricultural and Food Policies: Objectives and Measures
-Agricultural Policy Framework
-Domestic Support of Market Prices
-Area and Headage Payments
-Reduction of Input Costs
-Trade Measures
-Structural and Rural Development Measures
-Agro-Environmental Indicators
-General Services
-Tax Policies and Social Security Measures
-Commodity Specific Measures
-Overall Budgetary Outlays on Agro-Food Policies
Part IV. Evaluation of Support to Agriculture
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Aggregate Results
-Commodity Profile of Producer Support
Annex: Assistance to Slovenian Agriculture
-Introduction
-Concepts and Methodology
-Estimation of Slovenian PSEs and PSEs from 1992 to 1999
-Supporting Tables
Bibliography

 
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