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CAP ? pengaslukande monster eller effektiv jordbrukspolitik EU:s gemensamma jordbrukspolitik sedd ur tre olika teoretiska perspektiv

Arvidsson, Henrik; Dahl, Staffan and Junesjö, Olof (2006)
Department of Political Science
Abstract
The Common Agricultural Policy has been a burning topic for debate for several

decades. According to the CAP:s opponents it's effects include pollution, market distortions

and not least a huge expense for the European union.

In this study we seek to explain why the CAP has remained almost

unreformed since it's constitution in the 1950:s. The means by which we do so is

a case study where we analyze the CAP by using three different theories; liberal

inter-governmentalism, realistic trade theory and new institutionalism.

In the final chapter we conclude that the theories complement each other. New

institutionalism explains the rigidity of the CAP. The liberal perspective explains

the origin and the logic behind the policy whereas the... (More)
The Common Agricultural Policy has been a burning topic for debate for several

decades. According to the CAP:s opponents it's effects include pollution, market distortions

and not least a huge expense for the European union.

In this study we seek to explain why the CAP has remained almost

unreformed since it's constitution in the 1950:s. The means by which we do so is

a case study where we analyze the CAP by using three different theories; liberal

inter-governmentalism, realistic trade theory and new institutionalism.

In the final chapter we conclude that the theories complement each other. New

institutionalism explains the rigidity of the CAP. The liberal perspective explains

the origin and the logic behind the policy whereas the realistic point of view puts

the policy in the light of an international economic theory and recognizes national

policy makers roll in the inflexibility of the CAP. (Less)
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author
Arvidsson, Henrik; Dahl, Staffan and Junesjö, Olof
supervisor
organization
year
type
L2 - 2nd term paper (old degree order)
subject
keywords
CAP (Common Agriculture Policy), European Union, Realism, Liberalism, Institutionalism, CAP (EU:s gemensamma jordbrukspolitik), EU, Social sciences, Samhällsvetenskaper
language
Swedish
id
1325768
date added to LUP
2006-06-19
date last changed
2006-06-19
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  abstract     = {The Common Agricultural Policy has been a burning topic for debate for several

decades. According to the CAP:s opponents it's effects include pollution, market distortions

and not least a huge expense for the European union.

In this study we seek to explain why the CAP has remained almost

unreformed since it's constitution in the 1950:s. The means by which we do so is

a case study where we analyze the CAP by using three different theories; liberal

inter-governmentalism, realistic trade theory and new institutionalism.

In the final chapter we conclude that the theories complement each other. New

institutionalism explains the rigidity of the CAP. The liberal perspective explains

the origin and the logic behind the policy whereas the realistic point of view puts

the policy in the light of an international economic theory and recognizes national

policy makers roll in the inflexibility of the CAP.},
  author       = {Arvidsson, Henrik and Dahl, Staffan and Junesjö, Olof},
  keyword      = {CAP (Common Agriculture Policy),European Union,Realism,Liberalism,Institutionalism,CAP (EU:s gemensamma jordbrukspolitik),EU,Social sciences,Samhällsvetenskaper},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {CAP ? pengaslukande monster eller effektiv jordbrukspolitik EU:s gemensamma jordbrukspolitik sedd ur tre olika teoretiska perspektiv},
  year         = {2006},
}