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EAAE-Seminar

21. bis 23. April 2004
87. EAAE-Seminar: "Assessing rural development policies of the CAP"
Organisation: Bundesanstalt für Agrarwirtschaft

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87th EAAE-Seminar: Assessing rural development policies of the CAP

Accepted papers and programme 

Wednesday 21st April 2004

09:00-10:00

Registration

10:00-10:15

Welcome

10:15-11:15

1. Invited Speakers

 

Chair: Anna Bandlerova

 

Franco Sotte

From CAP to CARPE: the state of the question
abstract

 

Dirk Ahner

Rural development and the new financial perspective
 

11:30-12:30

2. Policy Objectives

 

Chair: Michael Cuddy

 

Thomas Dax, Ingrid Machold
and Deborah Roberts

The CAP, rural development policy and territorial cohesion: findings from an EU wide analysis
abstract

 

Roberto Henke, Maria Carmela
Macri and Daniela Storti

The new European rural policy: a comparative analysis across regions in the EU
abstract

 

Sabine Baum, C. Trapp and
Peter Weingarten

Typology of rural areas in the CEE new member states
abstract

14:00-15:40

3. Sectoral and Territorial Approaches

 

Chair: Helena Johansson

 

Stefania Bussoletti and
Roberto Esposti

Structural funds and regional convergence in the enlarged EU: a panel data approach
abstract

 

Alessandro Monteleone and
Daniela Storti

Rural development policy in Italy after Agenda 2000: first results for the period 2000-2003
abstract

 

Peter Hardi

Assessing rural development in North America
abstract

 

Regina Grajewski and
Helmut Schrader

Design, preliminary results and lessons of programme evaluation: evidence from the analysis of six rural development programmes in Germany
abstract

 

Ida J. Terluin and
Gabe S. Venema

Second pillar of the CAP: What can we learn from the experiences with the menu approach?
abstract

16:00-17:20

4. CAP-Reform

 

Chair: Rainer Wichern

 

Roberto Henke and
Daniela Storti

CAP reform and EU enlargement: effects on the second pillar endowments
abstract

 

Martin Petrick

Governing structural change and externalities in agriculture: toward a normative institutional economics of rural development
abstract

 

Erwin Schmid and
Franz Sinabell

Implications of the CAP Reform 2003 for rural development in Austria
abstract

 

Michela Ascani and
Gaetano Martino

Institutional complementarities and patterns of collective action in some cases of rural development policies
abstract

 

Thursday 22nd April 2004

09:00-10:00

5. Methodology I

 

Chair: Thomas Dax

 

Lutz Laschewski, Bettina Matzdorf
and Christian Schleyer

Implementation of Article 16 (habitat) measures under Regulation (EC) 1257/99 in the German federal state of Brandenburg
abstract

 

Luka Juvancic, Morten Kvistgaard,
Emil Erjavec and Jens P. Olsson

Problems in adoption of 'evaluation paradigm' in rural development policies - evaluating SAPARD in Slovenia
abstract

 

Heinz Wendt, Inge Uetrecht,
Josef Efken and Regine Albert

How to generate an appropriate data base in food processing and marketing - the case of Germany
abstract

10:15-11:15

6. Invited Speakers

 

Chair: Franz Göltl

 

Elmar Ritzinger

The rural development program of Austria
 

 

Bruno Vindel

Implementation of EU rural development regulation in France : insights from the mid-term evaluation
abstract

11:30-12:30

7. Environment I

 

Chair: Helmut Schrader

 

Thilo Glebe and
Klaus Salhofer

National differences in the uptake of EU agri-environmental schemes: An explanation
abstract

 

Annette Piorr and
Bettina Matzdorf

The assessment of environmental effectiveness and efficiency of agri-environmental measures regarding intensity impacts and spatial equivalence
abstract

 

Larisa Lupini

Policies that work in a context of the integrated catchment management for sustainable use of water to enhance rural development
abstract

14:00-15:40

8. Methodology II

 

Chair: Deborah Roberts

 

Franz Sinabell and
Gerhard Streicher

Programme evaluation with micro-data: the use of FADN data to evaluate effects on the market situation of programme participants
abstract

 

Andrea Bonfiglio and
E. Chiodo

A regional impact analysis of European policies in rural areas
abstract

 

Demetrios Psaltopoulos,
Eudokia Balamou and
Kenneth J. Thomson

Rural development policy and economic benefits diffusing to neighbouring rural-urban areas in Greece: An interregional SAM approach
abstract

 

F. Bartolini, V. Gallerani,
M. Raggi and D. Viaggi

A methodology for evaluating agri-environmental schemes for policy design purposes
abstract

 

Klaus Salhofer and
Gerhard Streicher

Self-selection as a problem in evaluating agri-environmental programs
abstract

16:00-17:40

9. Sustainable and Organic Agriculture

 

Chair: Bettina Matzdorf

 

Antonella Trisorio

Evaluating the sustainability of Italian agriculture: a pilot project
abstract

 

Irene Tzouramani and
Kostadinos Mattas

Employing real options methodology to evaluate the organic agriculture scheme in Greece
abstract

 

Anna Maria Häring and
Stephan Dabbert

Impact of CAP measures on environmentally friendly farming systems: The case of organic farming
abstract

 

Ernst-August Nuppenau

On the economic modelling of field sizes, landscape patterns, and nature elements for landscape management
abstract

 

Karin Eckstein,
Helmut Hoffmann and
Jutta Gloeckler

Midterm Evaluation of the Bavarian agri-environmental Programme
abstract

 

Friday 23rd April 2004

09:15-10:15

10a. Environment II (parallel session)

 

Chair: Laszlo Kulcsar

 

Klaus Wagner

The evaluation of groundwater effects of the Austrian Environmental Program for Agriculture
abstract

 

Karin Reiter and
Wolfgang Roggendorf

An overview of the current 1257-evaluation-practice with particular reference to agricultural environmental measures in Germany
abstract

 

Detlef Deumlich, J. Kiesel,
J. Thiere, H.I. Reuter,
L. Völker and R. Funk

Site comparison method-a tool for adaptation of site specific maps of administrative use and a basis for the evaluation of spatial equivalence of agri-environmental measures
abstract

09:15-10:15

10b. Rural Development (parallel session)

 

Chair: Hubert Pfingstner

 

Tiiu Ohvril, Jaan Kivistik and
Viktor Jullinen

New opportunities of rural development in Estonia under the conditions of reformed CAP
abstract

 

Sevtap Guler Gumus and
Emin Isikli

An analysis of rural development programs in Turkey with special reference to EU Membership
abstract

 

Barbara Lampic and
Irma Potocnik Slavic

Assessing rural development policies of the CAP in Slovenia
abstract

10:20-10:50

11. Invited Speakers

 

Elena Saraceno

Rural development policies and the second pillar of the Common Agricultural Policy
abstract

11:10-12:30

12. Evaluation Methodology and Results

 

Chair: Ken Thomson

 

Bernhard Forstner and
Reiner Plankl

Mid-term evaluation of single farm assistance under the Regulation (EC) No. 1257/1999: data shortcomings and methodological problems
abstract

 

Bernhard Osterburg

Using farm accounts for assessing long-term impacts of agri-environmental measures
abstract

 

Riccardo Scarpa, Laura Viganó
and Davide Bortolozzo

Explaining structural policy use by farmers with discrete choice models: an evaluation of structural policies supported by the EAGGF
abstract

 

Donatella Privitera

EU policy for rural development. Some implications for agritourism
abstract

14:00-15:20

13. Farmers' Response

 

Chair: Hans-Karl Wytrzens

 

Karl Michael Ortner

Marketing of agricultural quality products: A way to improve living conditions in rural areas?
abstract

 

Pawel Bryla

The response of farmers to SAPARD in the Lodz region
abstract

 

Agata Nicolosi and
Marco Platania

Farm women in the rural areas of Calabria. A case-study in Sila Crotonese (Crotone)
abstract

 

Theresia Oedl-Wieser

How to mainstream 'gender' into the 'gender-neutral' Rural Development Policy? Difficulties and prospects from an evaluators view
abstract

15:40-16:40

14. Combatting Depopulation

 

Chair: Yves Leon

 

Sabrina Pascotto and
Giorgio De Ros

Diversification as a strategy for rural development: a case study in an EU mountain area
abstract

 

Gerhard Hovorka

Evaluation of the compensatory allowances scheme under the EU regulation 1257/99 in Austria and in other EU Member States
abstract

 

Oliver Tamme

Evaluation of the employment effects of rural development under the regulation 1257/99 in comparison with CAP compensatory allowances and premiums
abstract

16:40-17:00

15. Conclusions

17:10-17:40

EAAE General Assembly

19:00

City Walk

 

Saturday 24th April 2004

09:00-19:00

Full Day Excursion

Excursion program:
1. „New Vienna“ on the Danube, and urban sprawl on the river’s Eastern side
2. Residues of peri-urban agriculture and horticulture
3. Villages of Vienna
4. The river March plain – Austria’s granary
5. Agricultural borderland structures between Austria and Slovakia
6. Historical sites – the Marchfeld castles
7. Porta Hungarica – core area of Central Europe
8. „Engineer villages“ and agricultural estates
9. The „Pusta type“ of the West Pannonian plain
10. Visit at the wine growers co-operative in Andau