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Europeanisation and New Patterns of Governance in Ireland$
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Nicholas Rees, Brid Quinn, and Bernadette Connaughton

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780719076206

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: July 2012

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9780719076206.001.0001

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Does the CAP fit? Agriculture policy in Ireland and the EU

Does the CAP fit? Agriculture policy in Ireland and the EU

(p.145) 8 Does the CAP fit? Agriculture policy in Ireland and the EU
Europeanisation and New Patterns of Governance in Ireland

Bríd Quinn

Manchester University Press

This chapter examines agricultural issues, which have tended to dominate Ireland's involvement within the European Union. It describes how Ireland's agricultural policy developed and analyses the changes that have affected policy, politics and polity. This chapter traces the influence of policy changes and the significant financial transfers on Irish agricultural policy and practices as well as the social consequences of such change. It also explores the emergence of rural development policies as a feature of changing agricultural policy at both national and European levels.

Keywords:   agricultural issues, Ireland, European Union, agricultural policy, policy changes, social consequences

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