ABSTRACT. Maier claims that Member States are responsible for setting up a system of ongoing evaluation and for providing the human and financial resources necessary to carry out the respective evaluations. Thompson holds that agricultural policy is a central factor in determining land management regimes on common land. Vidican explains that the post-socialist countries underwent dramatic changes in agricultural land ownership and production system. EGA looks at the current status of farm animal welfare as a consequence of EU agricultural policies and shows the place of animal welfare in EU citizens’ lives. (pp. 107–110) JEL Classification: I38, Q18, R00

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