Economic Impact of EU Membership on Agriculture in Turkey Hiroshi Kameyama*, Erol H. Cakmak**, and Yong Shou Lu* *Faculty of Agriculture, Kagawa University **Department of Economics, Middle East Technical University, Turkey E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Introduction
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Economic Impact of EU Membership on Agriculture in TurkeyHiroshi Kameyama*, Erol H. Cakmak**, and Yong Shou Lu**Faculty of Agriculture, Kagawa University**Department of Economics, Middle East Technical University, TurkeyE-mail: email@example.com
BP : Base Period, three years average of 1997-1999.
Out-EU : without membership in 2005
In-EU1 : with membership of EU
In-EU2 : with membership of EU and compensated payment
depend on negotiation.
Exogenous parameter value: the increment of population 1.5%, income 1.5% annually. Technical innovation, irrigation area increase 210,000 ha (GAP 150,000 ha), exchange rate 1999 USD1=TL422.
Table 1 Deficiency Payment in Base Period
US $ per ton
Results and Discussions
Producer surplus decrease and Consumer surplus increase.
Agricultural policy in Turkey has strong tendency as income transfer for winning election.
So for farmers it has been the main unstable factors . It takes time by harmonizing the policy instrument by adjusting to EU framework.
This study is one common economic application of nonlinear programming which involves price endogenous nonlinear model of Agriculture in Turkey for 50- commodities in 4 Turkey regions, which is called Agricultural Sector Model (ASM) as well.
As the second progress, Positive Mathematical Programming (PMP) is incorporated to make smooth calibration[2,3]. Calibration is performed for activity level of crops acre and livestock.
Table 2 General Results of TASM-EU Scenarios
Million US dollar, %
State Static Bureau, State Planning Agency, Directorate of Village Services, and FAO and World bank data for cross checking.
Output of crops section includes i) yield,
ii) animal consumption, iii) byproduct (feeding crops, forage, wheat straws, etc).
Input resources are land, labor hours, tractor hours, fertilizers and seeds.
Land are classified into rain fed land, irrigated land, forest land and meadows.
 Erol H. Cakmak and Haluk Kasnakoglu (2002) Assessment of Agricultural Policy , Report of the Par-Paa Project draft, Ankara.
 Howitt, E. Richard (1995) Positive mathematical programming. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 2. 77:329-342.
 Torben Wiborg, Bruce A. McCarl, Svend Rasmussen, and Uwe A. Schneider (2005) Aggregation and Calibration of Agricultural Sector Models Through Crop Mix Restrictions and Marginal Profit Adjustments, Paper prepared for presentation at the PMP, Extensions and Alternative Methods Organized Session of the XIth EAAE Congress (European Association of Agricultural Economists).