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Hauptaussagen zur Schweizer Agrarpolitikstudie der OECD in 2015.
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Livestock Disease Policies: Building Bridges Between Science and Economics
This workshope examined how economics working with animal sciences can contribute to a comprehensive and efficient management of livestock disease risks. The proceedings of this workshop are available at the link indicated below.
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Livestock Diseases Policies: Highlights of OECD June 2013 Workshop
This workshop, organised jointly by the Agricultural Trade Promotion Center of the Ministry of Agriculture (ATPC) of China and the OECD, will discuss the key policy issue of how to ensure that productivity growth in agriculture globally and, in particular, in China is sufficient to meet growing demand and that it is done sustainably.
Le soutien public à l’agriculture dans les principales puissances agricoles a augmenté en 2012, interrompant la longue érosion qui l’avait conduit en 2011 à son niveau le plus bas, selon l’OCDE.
This OECD database is a compilation of policies relating to support within the fertiliser and biofuels sectors of several countries. The data cover the period from 1995 to 2012 for biofuels and from 2000 to 2012 for fertilisers, depending on data availability.
Eliminating global hunger is more about raising the incomes of the poor than an issue of food prices. This study considers how changes to the world’s food and agriculture system can contribute to improvements in food security in developing countries, and the policy recommendations proposed seek to improve the coherence of OECD countries’ policies and contribute to multilateral initiatives towards global food security.
What role can governments play in agricultural innovation? This report reviews recent trends in agricultural innovation systems (AIS) and looks at how governments can contribute to agricultural productivity and sustainability by fostering innovation in the agri-food sector.
How do small farms in developing countries manage risk? This paper assesses farm-level agricultural risk management strategies in Brazil, China and Viet Nam. Farmers in developing countries often rely on community strategies such as crop sharing, or deplete their assets and so perpetuate poverty. Policies to promote investment, such as access to credit and insurance, can help smallholders move out of poverty or into the non-farm sector.