OECD Home › Trade and Agriculture Directorate › Agricultural policies and support › Publications & Documents
Publications & Documents
This review measures the level and composition of support to Brazilian agriculture, and evaluates the effectiveness of current measures in attaining their objectives. The study finds that Brazil provides much lower support to its agricultural sector than most OECD countries. However, a large and increasing share of that support is provided in the form of credit subsidies; support which could be more productively oriented to areas such
Workshop on Environment, Resources and Agricultural Policies in China - Beijing, China 19-21 June 2006
Support to farmers in OECD countries accounted for 30% of farm receipts in 2004. While support has fallen since the mid-1980s, the current level was first reached almost a decade ago. It continues to vary widely across countries and commodities...
This study provides a review of the food and agricultural sector in Ukraine and was prepared as a joint undertaking of the World Bank, the OECD and the Government of Ukraine.
The OECD/Baltic Workshop on "Enhancing Competitiveness in the Agro-Food Sector: Making Policies Work", brought together about 80 participants.
This report contains an analysis of changes to the Common Agricultural Policy agreed by European Member States in June 2003.
The agricultural sector in many OECD countries continues to be characterised by high levels of support and protection. Support to agricultural producers accounted for 32% of total farm receipts -- a slight increase from 2002, but down from 37% from the late 1980s.
China’s rural economy has made enormous progress over the last twenty-five years. But rural finance and institutional reforms are still lagging behind, thus creating the risk of slowing down further rural development.
Establishing a comprehensive and efficient rural credit system providing finance for both the commercial (agricultural and non-agricultural) sector of the rural economy and small-scale farming, is among the most pressing issues on China’s reform agenda today.
Low incomes and high unemployment in rural areas are issues of concern to policy makers in all countries.