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Impacts of agricultural trade liberalization
between the EU and Mediterranean countries
The 3-year research project (2004-2007) EU-MED Agpol, financed by the EU under the 6th framework program, aims at analyzing impacts of agricultural trade liberalization between the EU and Mediterranean countries. Read more on the project's web page ..
Contribution of ILR to the project
ILR extends and applies the CAPRI model in the project to analyze impact of global and bi-lateral agricultural trade scenarios on eonomic and environmental indicators, specifically
Extension of CAPRI's global market model to individual Mediterrean countries
Extension of CAPRI's global market model to fruit and vegetables
Inclusion of specific EU trade policy instruments for fruits and vegetables such as minimum import prices
Analysis of bi-lateral trade agreements between the EU and Mediterrean partner countries
Staff at ILR working on the project
Project deliverables and related publications
Britz, W., Junker, F., Weissleder, L., Adenäuer, M. (2007): Quantitative assessment of EU-Mediterranean trade liberalization using the CAPRI modelling system. EU-Med Agpol Report No. 24, EU 6th Framework Programme, Contract No. 502457.
Britz W. and Jacquet, F. (2006):
EU-MED Agpol: Impacts of Agricultural Trade Liberalisation between the EU and Mediterranean countries
Proceedings of the Workshop on Euro-Med Association Agreements Agricultural Trade - Regional Impacts in the EU, Jointly organised by DG RTD and DG JRC With the collaboration of DG AGRI, Held in Brussels on 14 February 2006
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