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Organic Agriculture

Sustainability, Markets and Policies

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The economic performance of organic farms is mixed, with considerable variation in the yields achieved and the premiums received for products within and across OECD countries. This publication reveals that organic agriculture is disadvantaged by current agricultural support policies, and the proliferation of standards and labels has sometimes confused consumers and impeded trade. A key policy challenge is to ensure that both the positive and negative externalities of different agricultural production systems are taken into account.

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Research, Information and Communication

The role of research, information and communication; New Zealand's organic agriculture: the government's role; INRA and organic farming: towards a research programme; Dutch policy on organic agriculture: a market-oriented approach; Ways to improve the organic food chain: a consumer-oriented approach; Organic food for public institutions...

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