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1995 annual conference in Grangeneuve: evaluation of agricultural policy measures from the example of the new income and environment policy motivated direct payments


Agrarwirtschaft und Agrarsoziologie ( 2): 6-115
1995 annual conference in Grangeneuve: evaluation of agricultural policy measures from the example of the new income and environment policy motivated direct payments
An introductory article (in French: J.D. Delley, pp.6-11) discusses the methodology for analysing the effects of legal standards and of measures based on these standards. Types of effects to be distinguished include the intentional and unintentional, the expected and unexpected, the beneficial and damaging, the direct and indirect, the immediate and deferred, the substantial or symbolic and the anticipatory and retroactive.

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