The Crop Damage Compensation scheme (CDC) is a combination of farm- and area-based scheme covering crop losses in Finland. The scheme is fully financed by the government. It is about to be abolished and a new risk management tool based on public–private partnership will be in place in 2016. In this study, is analysed how government expenditure will change due to the policy shift to public–private farm-based crop insurance.
In the years since its independence, India has made immense progress towards food security. Indian population has tripled and foodgrain production more than quadrupled; there has thus been substantial increase in available foodgrain per capita. However, agriculture has the potential for major productivity and total output gains increase because crop yields in India are still just 30% to 60% of the best sustainable crop yields achievable in the farms of developed as well as other developing countries.
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