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Environmental Cross Compliance – Panacea Or Placebo?

Environmental Cross Compliance is one policy by means by which government can seek to influence farmers so that they to give greater weight to environmental goods in their decisions. The policy is evaluated from both a theoretical and pragmatic viewpoint and its strengths and weaknesses are discussed. The necessary conditions for the success of environmental cross compliance policies are identified and problems with its implementation are highlighted.

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Author(s): Webster, Paul, Williams, Nigel

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Organizations(s): Imperial College at Wye, (University of London), Kent