Abstract

This study looks at the 1992 MacSharry Reform to the EU's Common Agricultural Policy. Through researching reform proposals and statements from officials, I try to answer the question "how did policy preferences change, and what impact did this have on the reform?" My findings are that policy preferences did not change significantly, but they did have an impact on the reform.

Advisor

Gamble, Harry

Second Advisor

Kille, Kent

Department

French and Francophone Studies; International Relations

Disciplines

Agricultural and Resource Economics

Publication Date

2013

Degree Granted

Bachelor of Arts

Document Type

Senior Independent Study Thesis

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