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AGRILIFE - Agriculture and life sciences in the economy

 

AGENDA

 

Expert workshop

Income and factor markets

under the 2003 CAP reform

 

 

June 28-29, 2007 Seville

 

 

 

 

Venue:

 

IPTS Room

c/Inca Garcilaso s/n Edificio Expo, 41092

Seville (Spain)

 

Tel.: (+34-95) 4488 405 Fax: (+34-95) 4488 434

Internet: http://www.jrc.es; http://safh.jrc.es/s_home.html


THURSDAY, 28 JUNE

 

 

 

 

9:00-9:15

Registration

Introduction Session

 

 

 

9:15-11:00

Chair:

 Tomas Ratinger

IPTS

9:15-9:20

Welcome and Opening

 

 Tomas Ratinger

IPTS

9:20-9:35

The Enlargement & Integration Action: Focus on Agriculture

 

 Ole Ostermann

DG JRC

9:35-9:55

Income and Factor Markets under the 2003 CAP Reform: Background Issues and Relevant IPTS work

 

 Adriana Cristoiu

IPTS

9:55-10:15

Income and Factor Markets – The Policy Context

 

 Pierre Bascou

DG AGRI

10:15-10:35

Impact of Agricultural Policies on Farm Household Time Allocation

 

 Ashok Mishra

USDA-ERS

10:35-11:00

Questions and Discussion

   
       

11:00-11:30

Coffee/Tea break

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Income Session

 

   
 

Chair:

 

 Ashok Mishra

USDSA-ERS

11:30-11:50

Agricultural Incomes in the EU and Public Policies

 

 Hervé Guyomard

INRA-Rennes

11:50-12:10

Income Effects of 2003 CAP Reform – Review of Modelling Approaches and Recommendations

 

 Werner Kleinhanss

FAL

12:10-12:30

Historical Distributions of Direct Payments in the EU and Modelled Consequences of Alternative Implementations of the Single Farm Payment

 

 Erwin Schmid

Uni. of Vienna

12:30-13:00

Questions and Discussion

   

 

 

 

 

13:00-14:30

Lunch

 

 

 

 

   
 

Land Market Session

 

   
 

Chair:

 

 Tomas Doucha

VUZE

14:30-14:50

Land Markets & Agricultural Policy

 

 Jo Swinnen

Uni. of Leuven

14:50-15:10

Using the OECD PEM to Investigate Land Market Changes Resulting from the Introduction of the SFP

 

 Roger Martini

OECD

15:10-15:30

Implementing the CAP Land  Market Aspects in the Polish Context

 Edward Majewski

Uni. of Warsaw

15:30-16:00

Questions and Discussion

   
       

16:00-16:30

Coffee/Tea break

 

 


 

 

   
 

Labour Market Session

 

   
 

Chair:

 

 Jo Swinnen

Uni. of Leuven

16:30-16:50

Impacts of the CAP Reform on Pluriactivity and Labour Markets

 

 Alessandro Corsi

Uni. of Turin

16:50-17:10

SCENAR2020: The Impact on Land and Labour Markets

 

 Hans van Mejil
  Martin Banse

LEI

17:10-17:30

Investment Behaviour of Corporate Farms  – Evidence from the Czech Republic 

 

 Jarmila Curtiss

IPTS

17:30-18:00

Questions and Discussion

   
       

FRIDAY, 29 JUNE

 

 

   

 

Farmers’ Behaviour /Capital Market Session

 

 

 

Chair:

 

 Ewa Rabinowicz

SLI

9:30-9:50

Investment Behaviour and Capital Market under the 2003 CAP Reform – Some General Considerations

 

 Martin Odening

Humboldt Uni. of Berlin

9:50-10:10

Intended Farmers’ Responses to Decoupled CAP Payments in Selected EU-15 and New Member States: What Are the Policy Lessons

 

 Sophia Davidova

Uni. of Kent

10:10-10:30

Effect of CAP and Market Scenarios on Farm Income and Investment Behaviour. Case Studies from Selected EU Countries

 

 Davide Viaggi

 Sergio Gomez

 y Paloma

Uni. of Bologna
IPTS

10:30-11:00

Questions and Discussion

   

 

 

   

11:00-11:30

Coffee/Tea break

 

 

 

 

   

11:30-12:45

Round Table

 

Chair:

 

 Tomas Ratinger

IPTS

 

Statement 1: Income

 

 Ashok Mishra

USDA-ERS

 

Statement 2: Land Market

 

 Tomas Doucha

VUZE

 

Statement 3: Labour Market

 

 Jo Swinnen

Uni. of Leuven

 

Statement 4: Behaviour /Capital Market

 

 Ewa Rabinowicz

SLI

 

Statement 5: Policy view

 Pierre Bascou

 Wolfgang Munch

DG AGRI

12:45-13:00

Short break

 

 

13:00-13:50

Questions and Discussion

 

   

13:50-14:00

Closing Statement

 Tomas Ratinger

IPTS

 

 

   

14:00

Lunch

 

 

 

IPTS