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EU member states have largely chosen to implement Rural Development Programme (RDP) measures that are easier to manage and carry less risk of resulting in fines from the European Commission, according to a new study looking at how CAP Pillar 2 funds for 2014-2020 have been allocated across the bloc.
Women-operated farms are less likely to be beneficiaries of CAP funding than male-operated or corporate farms, according to an analysis of available EU data on CAP funding and gender for the 2007-13 period.
EU member states are tending to stick to established priorities and spending patterns in formulating Rural Development Programmes for the 2015-2020 period, rather than shifting spending significantly into different measures.