Common Agricultural Policy Regionalised Impact - The Rural Development Dimension, Deliverable: D5.2 - New Methodologies to Calculate CMEF or Alternative Indicators. Terres, J. M.; Allen, B.; Britz, W.; Bulgheroni, C.; Dwyer, J.; and Paracchini, M. L. .
Common Agricultural Policy Regionalised Impact - The Rural Development Dimension, Deliverable: D5.2 - New Methodologies to Calculate CMEF or Alternative Indicators [pdf]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
In order to monitor and assess Rural Development (RD) programmes, the European Commission established the Common Monitoring and Evaluation Framework (CMEF ) for the programming period 2007-2013. This framework includes families of indicators aiming at assessing the performance of the EU Rural Development policy of the Council Regulation EC (1698)2005 which reflect the core objectives of the Strategic Guidelines for Rural Development according to 3 thematic axes (competitiveness, environment, quality of life/diversification). Consequently, EU member states shall use the CMEF as a tool to report on the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the RD policy in their respective regions/country. The different CMEF indicators are related to three levels of policy objectives (overall, specific, operational) and are divided into common baseline, output, result and impact indicators for each of the three thematic axes. Many of the baseline indicators are already available into the CAPRI modelling system (see Annex of the CAPRI-RD Document of Work). For those not already included, the findings of the CAPRI-RD deliverable 5.1 ” Systematic review of CMEF indicators” provide indications for indicators to be developed. The objective of the current report is to conceive and design new methodologies for those new indicators. While the overall objective of the indicators development in CAPRI-RD is to provide as much as possible information on similar baseline and impacts indicators as described in the CMEF, there are 2 cases when new methodologies need to be developed to implement indicators into the CAPRI modelling system. These cases are: I. When the conceptual analysis showed that the strict definition of the CMEF indicator cannot be developed within the CAPRI system; then a proxy will be sought or an alternative indicator will be searched for. II. When the previous analysis carried-out in the CAPRI-RD deliverable 5.1 has shown a gap in the CMEF list of indicators. Then a newly suggested indicator should be sought within this research project to improve policy impact assessment capabilities of the CAPRI system. This report is subdivided into 4 sections which describe: - This introduction and objectives; - The context for developing new methods and specificities of related indicators - A section describing the new methodologies proposed detailed for each indicator under the form of factsheets following a common template; - Some conclusions and next steps for the research.
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  title = {Common {{Agricultural Policy Regionalised Impact}} - {{The}} Rural Development Dimension, {{Deliverable}}: {{D5}}.2 - {{New}} Methodologies to Calculate {{CMEF}} or Alternative Indicators},
  author = {Terres, J. M. and Allen, B. and Britz, W. and Bulgheroni, C. and Dwyer, J. and Paracchini, M. L.},
  date = {2012-03},
  pages = {1--38},
  url = {http://www.ilr.uni-bonn.de/agpo/rsrch/capri-rd/docs/d5.2.pdf},
  abstract = {In order to monitor and assess Rural Development (RD) programmes, the European Commission established the Common Monitoring and Evaluation Framework (CMEF ) for the programming period 2007-2013. This framework includes families of indicators aiming at assessing the performance of the EU Rural Development policy of the Council Regulation EC (1698)2005 which reflect the core objectives of the Strategic Guidelines for Rural Development according to 3 thematic axes (competitiveness, environment, quality of life/diversification). Consequently, EU member states shall use the CMEF as a tool to report on the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the RD policy in their respective regions/country. The different CMEF indicators are related to three levels of policy objectives (overall, specific, operational) and are divided into common baseline, output, result and impact indicators for each of the three thematic axes. Many of the baseline indicators are already available into the CAPRI modelling system (see Annex of the CAPRI-RD Document of Work). For those not already included, the findings of the CAPRI-RD deliverable 5.1 ” Systematic review of CMEF indicators” provide indications for indicators to be developed. The objective of the current report is to conceive and design new methodologies for those new indicators. While the overall objective of the indicators development in CAPRI-RD is to provide as much as possible information on similar baseline and impacts indicators as described in the CMEF, there are 2 cases when new methodologies need to be developed to implement indicators into the CAPRI modelling system. These cases are: I. When the conceptual analysis showed that the strict definition of the CMEF indicator cannot be developed within the CAPRI system; then a proxy will be sought or an alternative indicator will be searched for. II. When the previous analysis carried-out in the CAPRI-RD deliverable 5.1 has shown a gap in the CMEF list of indicators. Then a newly suggested indicator should be sought within this research project to improve policy impact assessment capabilities of the CAPRI system. This report is subdivided into 4 sections which describe: - This introduction and objectives; - The context for developing new methods and specificities of related indicators - A section describing the new methodologies proposed detailed for each indicator under the form of factsheets following a common template; - Some conclusions and next steps for the research.},
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