Family farms americane. Status e metodi di supporto

Titolo Rivista: AGRICOLTURA ISTITUZIONI MERCATI
Autori/Curatori: Pawel Blajer
Anno di pubblicazione: 2014 Fascicolo: 1 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 30 P. 53-82 Dimensione file: 132 KB
DOI: 10.3280/AIM2014-001004
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Nell’articolo vengono analizzate le problematiche collegate alla concezione americana dell’azienda agricola familiare: la sua genesi storica e l’approccio moderno delle istituzioni americane e della dottrina. In questo contesto l’Autore cerca di verificare la posizione tradizionale secondo cui le aziende agricole familiari costituiscono la base dell’agricoltura americana. Nella prima parte l’Autore descrive la nozione americana di "family farm" e analizza le varie definizioni di essa nell’ambito delle regolazioni legali statali e federali, nonché delle posizioni della dottrina. La seconda parte dell’analisi riguarda l’importanza delle piccole aziende agricole familiari per l’economia americana e il ruolo di esse nell’agricoltura americana. Nella seguente parte l’Autore indica i problemi delle piccole aziende agricole familiari correntemente più significativi negli Usa. Nell’ultima parte l’Autore cerca di descrivere i metodi del supporto delle piccole aziende agricole familiari prestato da varie istituzioni pubbliche, in particolare dal Dipartimento dell’Agricoltura americano e dai suoi organi statali, nonché dai tribunali (case-law).

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Pawel Blajer, Family farms americane. Status e metodi di supporto in "AGRICOLTURA ISTITUZIONI MERCATI " 1/2014, pp 53-82, DOI: 10.3280/AIM2014-001004