Effects Of EU Nomination Process Of TR On Rural Areas

Name of Article : Effects Of European Union Nomination Process Of Turkey On Rural Areas
Authors :  Aykut ÖRS, Ender KAYA
Date : Ekim 2019
Conference :

Kayfor 17 – Uluslararası Kamu Yönetim Formu

Host Institution : Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey Üniversitesi – Karaman
Page number : 125
Abstract : Different policies and programs have been implemented in our country for the purpose of rural development. As of 2005, with the start of full membership negotiations with the European Union, rural development policies and supports have started to be shaped according to the EU acquis. The European Union (EU) uses The Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA) to prepare candidate and potential candidate countries for EU membership. IPA consists of five components that are transition assistance and institution building, cross-border cooperation, regional development, human resources development, rural development (Akın, 2008). Rural development component (IPARD) funds provide financing to develop production standards of agricultural establishments in candidate countries for competing with other establishments in EU member states. For this purpose, the IPARD I programme was applied between 2007 – 2013 and IPARD II programme was prepared to be applied from 2014 to 2020 in Turkey. This study focused on the effects of the EU candidacy process on rural areas. In this article, rural area and rural development concepts were summarized first. Then the rural development process in the EU was mentioned. Then the IPARD program implemented within the scope of the EU candidacy process was emphasized.
Keywords : European Union, Agriculture, Rural Development

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