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First, it turns out that the meaning of 'political economy' is a very complex one and, secondly, that there has been a substantial change of it over time. I learned that analytical political economy is something like 'analysing the behavioural forces behind the economic process'. What are the 'behavioural forces behind' and to which extent are economists needed to analyse them? What is the optimal division of labour between economists, priests, sociologists, politicians and technicians? In my opinion the answers to these questions must be different for the various stages of development since Ricardo and Say.

Zerby (1973), What Economists do about Values - Case Studies of their Answers to Questions they don't Dare Ask (East Lansing: Michigan State University). Josling, T. E. (1969), 'A Formal Approach to Agricultural Policy', Journal of Agricultural Economics. Vol. XX, No. 2. May. pp. 175-191. Malthus, T. R. (1836), Principes d'economie politique. 2nd edition (Paris: Guillaumin, 1946) French translation reprint (Paris: Calmann-Levy. 1969). Marsh, J. (1979), 'UK Attitudes to the CAP', in: M. Tracy and I.

In spite of its attractive character, I surmise that such a choice would not be possible because the consequences for many marginal areas could be disastrous and thus politically unacceptable; and because it is very difficult to imagine the political process through which could be defined a common position, at the Community level. reconciling the conflicting interests of many different groups having significant political leverage. By contrast. the 'buyer of raw materials' position which, according to Josling, would probably imply a greater degree of planning in European agriculture' (presumably in the form of quota distributions) and a series of 'bilateral and multilateral accords on agricultural trade' suggests a more plausible scenario, given in particular the present pressures for changes in the CAP and this author's judgement of what kinds of adjust~ents may be acceptable to those who stand to lose and what kinds they will have the power to oppose.

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