Analogously to the typology of economic markets, the typology corresponds to the social organization of political exchange in policy networks. Further, it is demonstrated that in contrast to conclusions found in the literature no general correspondence of specific types of interest mediation and policy-outcomes in terms of weak versus strong states, efficient versus inefficient economic policies and biased versus unbiased mediation of societies interests can be expected.
In particular, a block model analysis is applied aggregating a set of multiple network relations among a multitude of public and private actors operating in the CAP to identify whether the overall social macro structure corresponds to national clientelism or supranational pluralism.
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Why and how Europe’s food systems need to change
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Bentley, Arthur F. Carrington, Peter J. Levels of NCDs are growing and have a huge negative impact on both lives and health budgets. Additionally, as the number of suppliers and buyers has decreased, and marketing strategies have become more aggressive, high-quality food has become accessible mostly by the most literate and affluent consumers, adding to existing health inequalities.
It is clear that the CAP is not fit for modern challenges in the context of climate change, rising obesity prevalence and social inequalities.
CAP 2021: "Fit, fair and sustainable"
Recognition that solutions lie in integrated actions is growing. Policy coherence between health, social, environmental and economic goals is vital. Some countries are integrating health and sustainability in national nutrition guidelines, and there is an increasing number of innovative actions to shorten food supply chains and bring together relevant stakeholders.
However, more needs to be done. Additionally, stronger regulatory measures to discourage excessive market consolidation and enable smaller economic actors and innovators to compete and survive are needed. See general information about how to correct material in RePEc.
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