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Title (Primary) BESTMAP: behavioural, Ecological and Socio-economic Tools for Modelling Agricultural Policy
Author Ziv, G.; Beckmann, M.; Bullock, J.; Cord, A.; Delzeit, R.; Domingo, C.; Dreßler, G.; Hagemann, N.; Masó, J.; Müller, B.; Neteler, M.; Sapundzhieva, A.; Stoev, P.; Stenning, J.; Trajković, M.; Václavík, T.;
Journal Research Ideas and Outcomes
Year 2020
Department OEKON; CLE; OESA;
Volume 6
Language englisch;
POF III (all) T12;
Keywords Behavioral change theory; ecosystem services; agricultural economics; rural policy impact assessment; agent-based modelling; biophysical modelling; farming systems archetypes
Abstract Half of the European Union (EU) land and the livelihood of 10 million farmers is threatened by unsustainable land-use intensification, land abandonment and climate change. Policy instruments, including the EU Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) have so far failed to stop this environmental degradation. BESTMAP will: 1) Develop a behavioural theoretical modelling framework to take into account complexity of farmers’ decision-making; 2) Develop, adapt and customize a suite of opensource, flexible, interoperable and customisable computer models linked to existing data e.g. LPIS/IACS and remote sensing e.g. Sentinel-2; 3) Link economic, individual-farm agent-based, biophysical ecosystem services and biodiversity and geostatistical socio-economic models; 4) Produce a simple-to-use dashboard to compare scenarios of Agri-Environmental Schemes adoption; 5) Improve the effectiveness of future EU rural policies’ design, monitoring and implementation.
ID 23383
Persistent UFZ Identifier https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=20939&ufzPublicationIdentifier=23383
Ziv, G., Beckmann, M., Bullock, J., Cord, A., Delzeit, R., Domingo, C., Dreßler, G., Hagemann, N., Masó, J., Müller, B., Neteler, M., Sapundzhieva, A., Stoev, P., Stenning, J., Trajković, M., Václavík, T. (2020):
BESTMAP: behavioural, Ecological and Socio-economic Tools for Modelling Agricultural Policy
Research Ideas and Outcomes 6 , e52052