ISSN 2284-7995, ISSN Online 2285-3952


Published in Scientific Papers. Series "Management, Economic Engineering in Agriculture and rural development", Vol. 20 ISSUE 4
Written by Andrea FEHER, Sorin STANCIU, Gabriela POPESCU, Tabita ADAMOV

The reason of this study stems from the need to know how to shape the future common agricultural policy to be valid for the next seven years, between 2021 and 2027. The article examines the reform package of post-2020 Common Agricultural Policy, the proposed objectives, the directions of action, the financial support for the two pillars (agriculture and rural development), and the payment schemes that Member States will be able to implement starting with 2021. A comparative situation is also presented to EU Member States regarding the level of direct payments related to one hectare of utilized agricultural area during three financial years, the present one, the past and the future one, in order to draw conclusions regarding the level of support and its possible effects. The primary data used in the elaboration of this paper were taken from national and international statistics, communications of European Union Council, releases of the European Commission and the ministries of resort, various national and international publications in the field, on the basis of which the authors formulated conclusions and recommendations in the field. The main conclusions of the study relate to the need to simplify the CAP, to make it more efficient and to achieve convergence between Member States, so that the distribution of payments is made fairly without further distorting the market for agricultural products with public money.

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