The new Financial Regulation contains provisions dealing with shared management, as well as direct/centralized management. There are nonetheless many issues posed by shared management that are not touched by the new reforms. This chapter explores these problems in the context of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the Structural Funds. These problems cannot be ignored by anyone seriously interested in law and administration within the EU, both because expenditure in these areas consumes a large part of the Community budget, and because the regime of shared management poses unique problems and challenges.
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