Edited by Alessandro Bonanno and Lawrence Busch
Chapter 9: The European Common Agricultural Policy: A tale of slow adjustment to neoliberal globalization
Trying to give a synthetic appraisal of the history of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) from a political economic perspective requires an understanding of the inner logic of the process. One must look at the changing of the ideological and political views underlying the continuous negotiation process conducted through numerous fora and involving a great number of institutions, often with conflicting views not only at the European Union (EU) level, but also inside each member state. Obviously, all these complex relations are also greatly influenced by the profound world changes within the political, economic and social realms.
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