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Assisting less favoured areas by direct income transfers



Assisting less favoured areas by direct income transfers



Bayerisches Landwirtschaftliches Jahrbuch 64(2): 131-152



In view of the failure of prices policies to achieve either parity or minimum incomes for all GFR farmers, the possibility of using direct income transfers to help those in less favoured areas is explored with particular reference to past experience in Bavaria. Transfers related to personal income on social grounds are not politically possible unless they are also applied to all other low income sectors of the economy.

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