Volume 11, Number 4-5, Juillet-Octobre 2004
|Page(s)||292 - 300|
|Section||Caractéristiques de la réforme|
|Published online||15 July 2004|
Le deuxième pilier de la PAC : enjeux et perspectives
CETIOM Centre de Grignon BP4 78450 Thiverval Grignon
Since Agenda 2000, rural development is considered as “the second pilar” of the CAP, accompagning the agricultural price and market policy (“the first pilar”). This paper analyses the successive evolutions of the rural policy of the UE since the first socio-structural measures in the seventies and compares its implementation in the 15 members states of the UE. Without denying the agricultural basement of the rural policy of the UE, a debate is now open to more integrate the principles announced by the Cork Conference in 1996, particularly “simplicity”, “subsidiarity” and “an integrated approach” with non agricultural actors.
Key words: rural policy of the UE / Commun agricultural policy / The second pilar
© John Libbey Eurotext 2004
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