Agricultural employment trends in an enlarged European Union: does the CAP reform / introduction matter?

@inproceedings{Baum2006AgriculturalET,
  title={Agricultural employment trends in an enlarged European Union: does the CAP reform / introduction matter?},
  author={Sabine Baum and Peter Michael Cook and Henriette Stange and Peter Weingarten},
  year={2006}
}
In the course of economic development there is a general downward trend of agricultural employment, although structural change in agriculture is often delayed. In the EU-15, agricultural employment decreased by -2.3% p.a. (measured in regular persons) and -3.0% p.a. (measured in annual working units) between 1995 and 2000. In some of the new EU Member States, employment in agriculture plummeted in the early 1990s, whereas in others it increased during the first years of transition and has… CONTINUE READING

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