New article on acceptance of Randomised Controlled Trials for the evaluation of the CAP

 

Ulrich Morawetz and Christoph Tribl

Our article “Randomised Controlled Trials for the Evaluation of the CAP: Empirical Evidence about Acceptance by Farmers” has been published in the latest issue of the “German Journal of Agricultural Economics”. We discuss how a Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT) could be used to evaluate agri-environment-climate measures of the CAP. Our empirical results are based on a survey among Austrian farmers who have participated in the measure “Refrain from Silage”.


The article is available from the Journal’s webpage https://doi.org/10.30430/69.2020.3.183-199.

 

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Trotz der schwierigen Situation infolge der grassierenden Corona Pandemie setzen wir alles daran, die ÖGA-Jahrestagung, zum Thema „Der „Europäische Grüne Deal“ – Bedeutung für die...



Deadline: Austrian Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Studies

Ulrich Morawetz

 

the deadline for submitting manuscripts to the Austrian Journal of Agricultural Economics and Rural Studies  is on 31 October 2018. It is possible to submit manuscripts based on research presented at the ÖGA annual conference or research not related to the annual conference.

For further information about the journal see https://oega.boku.ac.at/de/journal/journal-informationen.html

 

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Keynote by Florence Buchholzer: Impact assessment supporting the legislative proposals for the Common Agricultural Policy post 2020

Ulrich Morawetz

 

Florence Buchholzer is Adviser for “Foresight and impact assessment” in the DG AGRI directorate C „Strategy, simplification and policy analysis“. We are delighted that she will give a keynote at the ÖGA-REECAP conference 26 to 28 September 2018 in Vienna. The topic of her talk is

Impact assessment supporting the legislative proposals for the Common Agricultural Policy post 2020”.