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2010 | nr 1 | 67--90
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Jak odbudować legitymizację Wspólnej Polityki Rolnej? : materiał do dyskusji nad przyszłością Wspólnej Polityki Rolnej po 2013 r.

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How to Restore the Legitimacy of the Common Agricultural Policy? : Discussion Paper on the Future of the CAP Beyond 2013
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PL
Abstrakty
Celem niniejszego opracowania jest wykazanie prorozwojowej roli WPR, która przez odejście od redystrybucyjnego charakteru i dzięki umiejętnie przeprowadzonym zmianom może wspomóc UE w walce o zachowanie konkurencyjności na rynkach globalnych. W tym kontekście omówione zostaną główne paradygmaty rolnictwa oraz ich znaczenie i konsekwencje dla prowadzonych polityk rolnych. (fragment tekstu)
EN
The present, article aims to show the potential for increasing the legitimacy and the value-added of the Common Agricultural Policy which - through departure from the redistributive logic and thanks to well-planned and carefully chosen reform paths - could contribute to enhancement of the EU's competitiveness on global markets. It is argued that paradigms on which the CAP has relied do not serve strategic goals of the EU, such as development of a knowledge-based economy or adjustment to dynamically changing external world. The maintenance of the status quo leads to growing marginalisation of this policy in the EU. It is also tantamount to a consent to a hidden re-nationalisation of the CAP Hence, it is necessary to phase-out regressive payments and instead to introduce principles of a targeting policy, allowing for better allocation of resources from the common budget and for deeper integration of the CAP with research and development policies. At present this is one of the most promising courses of action. Only a well-designed policy, directing support to specific groups of beneficiaries, merging the agri-food sector with the world of science and recognising the need for supporting public goods within a precisely defined catalogue, will be able to respond to new challenges facing the EU. (original abstract)
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67--90
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Twórcy
  • Wyższa Szkoła Europejska im. ks. Józefa Tischnera w Krakowie
  • Wyższa Szkoła Europejska im. ks. Józefa Tischnera w Krakowie
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