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Horticulture in the EEC: policy from first principles

, : Horticulture in the EEC: policy from first principles. Acta Horticulturae (40): 79-85

The twin objectives of (a) a reasonable standard of living for producers and (b) a level of prices involving no social transfer payments to producers, are unlikely to be realized without intervention by government. This is the long-term aspect of policy; its short-term aspects tend to show political expediency. Welfare and price instruments of policy are separate: governments tend to confuse long-term issues by using price as a welfare instrument, for short-term advantage.

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