The study " Study on risk management in EU agriculture", financed by the European Commission, was carried out by:
- Stichting Wageningen Research
- Different experts
The conclusions, recommendations and opinions presented in this report reflect the opinion of the consultant and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Commission.
Case study 1 - Transition from single-peril to multi-peril crop insurance with or without public support under Article 37
Case study 2 - How to enhance the participation of small-scale and non-specialised farms in crop insurance schemes?
Case study 3 - Consequential losses due to sanitary risks in the livestock sector: from insurance to mutual funds
Case study 4 - Multiannual price risk management
Case study 5 - Critical issues for the implementation of a mutual fund compensating for production loss under Article 38 of EU regulation 1305/2013
Case study 6 - Critical issues for the implementation of a mutual fund (IST) under Article 39 of the EU regulation 1305/2013
Case study 7 - What could EU Policymakers learn from agricultural risk management policy in the United States?
Case study 8 - What could EU policymakers learn from agricultural risk management institutions available in Canada?