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Agricultural Subsidies in the WTO Green Box

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  • Page extent: 706 pages
  • Size: 228 x 152 mm
  • Weight: 1.22 kg

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  • LC Classification: HD1401 .A343 2009
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Agricultural subsidies
    • Agricultural laws and legislation
    • Sustainable development

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AGRICULTURAL SUBSIDIES IN THE WTO GREEN BOX
Cambridge University Press
9780521519694 - AGRICULTURAL SUBSIDIES IN THE WTO GREEN BOX - Ensuring Coherence with Sustainable Development Goals - Edited by RICARDO MELÉNDEZ-ORTIZ, CHRISTOPHE BELLMANN and JONATHAN HEPBURN
Table of Contents

Contents

List of contributors
viii
Preface
xvii
Acknowledgements
xxiii
List of abbreviations
xxv
1             Overview
CHRISTOPHE BELLMANN AND JONATHAN HEPBURN
1
PART I        The recent evolution of agricultural trade policy reform
17
2             The historical context of the green box
NÉSTOR STANCANELLI
19
3             Doha Round negotiations on the green box and beyond
JONATHAN HEPBURN AND CHRISTOPHE BELLMANN
36
4             The reform of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy
ALAN SWINBANK
70
5             Farm policy reform in the United States: past progress and future direction
DAVID ORDEN
86
6             Agricultural trade policy reform in Japan
MASAYOSHI HONMA
121
PART II       The focus, extent and economic impact of green box subsidies
135
7             An analysis of EU, US and Japanese green box spending
JESÚS ANTÓN
137
8             Green box subsidies and trade-distorting support: is there a cumulative impact?
CARLOS GALPERÍN AND IVANA DOPORTO MIGUEZ
239
9             The distributional structure of green box subsidies in the European Union and France
VINCENT CHATELLIER
258
10            The distributional structure of US green box subsidies
HARRY DE GORTER
304
PART III      Green box subsidies and developing countries
327
11            Agricultural subsidies in the WTO green box: opportunities and challenges for developing countries
ANDRÉ NASSAR, MARIA ELBA RODRIGUEZ-ALCALÁ, CINTHIA COSTA AND SAULO NOGUEIRA
329
12            Use of green box measures by developing countries: an assessment
BISWAJIT DHAR
369
13            A Chinese perspective on the green box
JIANMIN XIE
399
14            African countries and the green box
ABENA ODURO
412
PART IV       Green box subsidies and the environment
425
15            The environmental impact of green box subsidies: exploring the linkages
RONALD STEENBLIK AND CHARLES TSAI
427
16            The environmental impact of EU green box subsidies
ARIEL BRUNNER AND HARRY HUYTON
468
17            The environmental impact of US green box subsidies
JANE EARLEY
496
18            Biofuels subsidies and the green box
TIMOTHY JOSLING AND DAVID BLANDFORD
530
PART V        Looking forward: how can change take place?
569
19            Improving monitoring and surveillance of green box subsidies
ANDREA CERDA
571
20            EU subsidy reform: options for achieving change
TERESA CAVERO
583
21            Subsidy reform in the US context: deviating from decoupling
ANN TUTWILER
604
22            Agricultural trade policy reform in Japan: options for achieving change
KAZUHITO YAMASHITA
618
23            Towards a green box subsidy regime that promotes sustainable development: strategies for achieving change
PEDRO DE CAMARGO NETO AND RENATO HENZ
633
Appendix:     Text of Annex 2 of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture (“the green box”)
647
Index
654



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