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By Francesco Vanni

The debate at the destiny orientation of the european universal Agricultural coverage (CAP) is more and more formed through the position of agriculture in delivering public items, and there's a extensive consensus that this strategy should be really correct in legitimating the coverage intervention in agriculture within the future.

In the context of this debate, it isn't transparent to what volume collective motion may be considered as a invaluable replacement to industry or nation rules in contributing to the availability of public items, and to what volume it truly is attainable to layout and enforce agricultural regulations that include a collective and collaborative technique among varied stakeholders in rural areas.

Through a detailed research case reports in Italy, the e-book offers insights to either the coverage and the theoretical debate at the position of collective motion for the general public items linked to agriculture.

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8 Chapter 2 The Role of Collective Action Abstract This chapter provides an overview of the definitions, role and characteristics of collective action, with a particular focus on the main strategies and dynamics regarding its role in proving public goods through agriculture. It is argued that a very relevant issue to be considered when analyzing the dynamics of collective action is what type of organization develops and manages such action, and this chapter provides a detailed description of the main institutional arrangements that may favour the development of grass roots collective action in rural areas.

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