By Francesco Vanni
The debate at the destiny orientation of the european universal Agricultural coverage (CAP) is more and more formed by means of the function of agriculture in supplying public items, and there's a extensive consensus that this process could be quite proper in legitimating the coverage intervention in agriculture within the future.
In the context of this debate, it's not transparent to what volume collective motion may be considered as a beneficial substitute to industry or nation legislation in contributing to the availability of public items, and to what volume it's attainable to layout and enforce agricultural guidelines that contain a collective and collaborative technique among various stakeholders in rural areas.
Through a detailed research case stories in Italy, the booklet offers insights to either the coverage and the theoretical debate at the position of collective motion for the general public items linked to agriculture.
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