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000044783 270__ $$malan.renwick@sac.ac.uk$$pRenwick,   Alan
000044783 336__ $$aConference Paper/ Presentation
000044783 490__ $$a1.1.1
000044783 520__ $$aThe specific purpose of this paper is to estimate the extent to which decoupled payments
under the Single Payments Scheme (SPS) are being used (either explicitly or implicitly) in
England to support the continuation of activities that were previously supported by area and
headage payments. In the absence of a farm survey, the methodology consists of using
information on farm accounts collected through England’s Farm Business Survey (FBS), to
estimate a multi-output cost function differentiated by farm size and farm type. This cost
function, calibrated to match regional prices in England, is used to estimate the level of cross-subsidisation
in the first full year after implementation of the SPS (2005/06). Results indicate
that cross-subsidisation was occurring, which might infer that many farmers across England
are coupling their payments. Whilst, these results are for the first year, and in that sense may
reflect a transitional situation, they are nevertheless important because they provide empirical
evidence to inform the discussion concerning the impact and future development of the SPS.
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000044783 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000044783 650__ $$aResearch Methods/ Statistical Methods
000044783 6531_ $$aEnglish agriculture
000044783 6531_ $$asingle farm payment
000044783 6531_ $$amicro-econometric models.
000044783 700__ $$aRenwick, Alan W.
000044783 700__ $$aRevoredo-Giha, Cesar
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000044783 982__ $$gEuropean Association of Agricultural Economists>109th Seminar, November 20-21, 2008, Viterbo, Italy
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