Agricultural policy for the future: a synthesis of competing concerns

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Series Details Volume 1, Number 2, Pages 7-11
Publication Date 2002
ISSN 1478-0917
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There has hardly ever heen such a widespread public interest in agricultural policy than in the last few years. In principle, this is a positive thing, since more involvement by the public can mean more ideas for the future. Unfortunately, though, the new interest was triggered mainly by crises such as BSE and FMD. But it is very important to keep two things apart: crisis management on the one side and the making of sustainable policy on the other. In this article, I want to focus on the latter question.

Guest Editorial by Franz Fischler.

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