Agricultural Subsidy in UK Law

  • Economic Integration in North America—An Agreement of Limited Dimensions but Unlimited Expectations
    • Núm. 56-2, March 1993
    • The Modern Law Review
    ...... Agricultural subsidy has been one of the most difficult obstacles to resolution ......
  • Majoritarian systems, rural groups, and (arrested) welfare state development
    • Núm. 41-2, March 2020
    • International Political Science Review / Revue internationale de science politique
    While some scholars suggest that rural groups contribute to welfare state expansion, we highlight their incentives to restrain it. The ability of rural groups to achieve this preference hinges on t...
    ...... in rural areas are predominantly tied to some form of agricultural production— indeed, given their strong correspondence in most countries, ..., we mainly use agricultural income as share of GDP (agricultural subsidy growth (ASG) from Miller (2015). The mean in our sample is 31%, the ......
  • THE CONTROL OF SUBSIDY EXPENDITURE: AGRICULTRUE
    • Núm. 10-1, February 1963
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    ...... THE CONTROL OF SUBSIDY EXPENDITURE: AGRICULTURE GEORGE HOUSTON AGRICULTURAL subsidies provide the outstanding British example of an open-ended scheme of public support for an industry of private ......
  • Post-Hegemonic Climate Politics?
    • Núm. 11-1, February 2009
    • British Journal of Politics and International Relations
    The article argues that the effects of a new US president on global climate politics will be rather less than might be expected. This is partly because the rhetorical differences between Bush, his ...
    ...... change (albeit ones mediated heavily by the traditions of agricultural subsidy, especially in the US) have already started to have an effect on ......
  • The Political Power of British Agriculture
    • Núm. 7-3, September 1959
    • Political Studies
    ...... may be called, how- ever, to the extent of agricultural subsidies in Great Britain, ranging between 65 and 100 per ... the latter course.: 1 The Government discontinued its subsidy on feedingstuffs and decreased that on ferti- lizers, but it ......
  • Good governance and market-based reforms: a study of Bangladesh
    • Núm. 71-4, December 2005
    • International Review of Administrative Sciences
    ‘Good governance’ is increasingly regarded as pivotal to development in developing countries. The six indicators recognized as the most effective measurement tools o...
    ...... food security conditions and easy access by farmers to agricultural inputs. However, a significant problem has arisen recently: the sale of ... to that degree, but this provides an idea of the extent of subsidy of the agricultural input sector at that time. In addition to the fact ......
  • WAGES POLICY IN NORWAY
    • Núm. 17-3, November 1979
    • British Journal of Industrial Relations
    ...... policy to keep the trend of receipts to agricultural producers and fishermen in line with industrial earnings, and is has been reflected in the subsidy and price-fixing arrangements for agriculture and in assistance ......
  • Agrarian Politics in Eastern Europe in the Shadow of EU Accession
    • Núm. 4-4, December 2003
    • European Union Politics
    This article surveys the political underpinnings of agricultural policy in Poland, Romania and Bulgaria. Fundamentally divergent agricultural policies in each country ...
    ...... ABSTRACT This article surveys the political underpinnings of agricultural policy in Poland, Romania and Bulgaria. Fundamentally divergent ...’s major agricultural policy aspiration was to introduce a subsidy scheme for small private farmers, generally slighted by earlier ......
  • THE CASE FOR STRUCTURAL IMPROVEMENT IN BRITISH AGRICULTURE*
    • Núm. 12-2, June 1965
    • Scottish Journal of Political Economy
    The purpose of this short article is to argue that measures likely to promote structural reform should be given a higher priority in British agricultural policy, and in particular that Government e...
    ...... reform should be given a higher priority in British agricultural policy, and in particular that Government expenditure should ... The Subsidy System and the Objectives of Policy If income support is the ......
  • The Globalization and Re‐localization of Material Flows: Four Phases of Food Regulation
    • Núm. 36-1, March 2009
    • Journal of Law and Society
    Over three phases of regulation, the paper traces a narrow range of regulatory interest in food, focusing largely on food safety and the handling of periodic food crises. We suggest that these cris...
    ...... Redfern, `What Price Cheap Food' (2003) 16 J. of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 395. . against the strains of the technocratic ... does not operate in true markets because of the persistence of subsidy and the quasi-monopolistic position of the dominant major retailers. ......
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