This paper proposes to look at the legal implications of the proposals outlined in the Cork Declaration, the implications on the Common Agricultural Policy on GATT 1994 accession, the impact of the European Regional Policy, and to examine possible avenues for development of a coherent legal structure for the European Rural Policy.
|Title of host publication||European Rural Policy at the Crossroads|
|Subtitle of host publication||King's College, University of Aberdeen Thursday 29 June - Saturday 1 July 2000: selected papers|
|Editors||Graham Dalton, John Bryden|
|Place of Publication||Aberdeen|
|Publisher||Arkleton Centre for Rural Development Research|
|Number of pages||15|
|ISBN (Print)||0902604988, 9780902604988|
|Publication status||Published - 2003|
|Event||European Rural Policy at the Crossroads - The Arkleton Centre for Rural Development Research, King's College, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, United Kingdom|
Duration: 29 Jun 2000 → 1 Jul 2000
|Conference||European Rural Policy at the Crossroads|
|Period||29/06/00 → 1/07/00|
O'Neill, M. (2003). From Cork to GATT and beyond: an analysis of the legal framework and constraints of the evolving European Rural Policy. In G. Dalton, & J. Bryden (Eds.), European Rural Policy at the Crossroads: King's College, University of Aberdeen Thursday 29 June - Saturday 1 July 2000: selected papers Arkleton Centre for Rural Development Research.