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Agricultural policy for farm businesses or for farm households?


, : Agricultural policy for farm businesses or for farm households?. Schriftenreihe der Forschungsgesellschaft fur Agrarpolitik und Agrarsoziologie eV Bonn ( 286): 19-33

The allocative effects of current GFR agricultural policies are examined. The extent to which government support measures for agriculture actually improve household incomes and rural living standards is analysed. Distinctions are made between the effects of various policies on individuals, households and farm businesses and the position and the net household income from all sources of average, high and low earning full time farms, part and spare time farms is compared.

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