My research focuses on the design and implementation of new agri-environment schemes under the Agriculture Bill 2020. I’m interested in how support for an environmentally sensitive but also economically productive farming sector will be implemented following our departure from the EU and its Common Agricultural Policy; especially in how ‘public money for public goods’ will be conceptualised at a policy level and delivered in practice.
Start date:October 2019
Research Topic:Agri environment schemes and the delivery of public goods in the Welsh countryside post Brexit
Research pathway:Empirical Studies in Law
Research Supervisor:Ludivine Petetin
Supervising school:Cardiff University
Primary funding source:ESRC Studentship
Research keywords:agriculture environment brexit law rural farming