A CAP reform in 2017?

On November 13th CEPS will host two panels to discuss the past and the future of the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). The first panel in the morning will discuss the economics and politics of the 2013 CAP reforms. The second panel, in the afternoon, will look at CAP's future in the coming years.

This event will also be the occasion to launch a new CEPS book, The Political Economy of the 2014-2020 Common Agricultural Policy: An Imperfect Storm, co-published jointly with Rowman & Littlefield International. Edited by Professor Johan Swinnen, the book brings together contributions from leading academics from various disciplines and policy-makers, and key participants in the process from both the European Commission and the European Parliament.

To see the full agenda, please click here.

To download the book in a free PDF file, click here.

The book will be available for purchase in print on the day of the event at a 25% discount.

 

Panel 1: The economics and politics of the 2013 CAP reform

10.30-12.30

12:30-13:15 Lunch Break

Panel 2: Will there be a mid-term review in 2017? And, if so, what should it do?

13:15-15:00

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November 2015
Friday
10:30-15:00

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Speakers

Johan Swinnen
Professor, KU Leuven and Associate Senior Research Fellow, CEPS
Tassos Haniotis
Director, DG agriculture and Rural Development, European Commission
Jean-Christophe Bureau
Professor, Paris Institute of Technology
Alan Matthews
Professor Emeritus, Trinity College
Rolf Moehler
Former Deputy Director, DG Agriculture and Rural Development, European Commission
Emil Erjavec
Professor, University of Ljubljana
Allan Buckwell
Senior Research Fellow, IEEP
Paolo De Castro
Member of the Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development, European Parliament

Chair

Johan Swinnen
Professor, KU Leuven and Associate Senior Research Fellow, CEPS
Rolf Moehler
Former Deputy Director, DG Agriculture and Rural Development, European Commission

A CAP reform in 2017?

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13
November 2015
Friday
10:30-15:00
Participation for free in our meetings is a benefit of CEPS membership. Non-members may be admitted for Euro 50, paid in cash at registration. Representatives of the European institutions & members of the press benefit from free entrance, too. A sandwich lunch will be provided from 12:30.

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CEPS Conference room

Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels