CAPRI is a success story of an economic model developed by European Commission research funds. Operational since almost a decade, it supports decision making related to the Common Agricultural Policy based on sound scientific quantitative analysis. CAPRI is only viable due to
its Pan-European network of researchers which based on an open source approach tender together for projects, develop and maintain the model, apply it for policy impact assessment, write scientific publications and consult clients based on its results.
General information Global agricultural sector model with focus on EU27, Norway, Turkey and Western Balkans, iteratively linking: Supply module (EU27+Norway+Western Balkans+Turkey): covering about 280 regions (NUTS 2 level) or even up to ten farm types for each region (in total 2,450 farm-regional models, EU27) Market module : spatial, global multi-commodity model for agricultural products, 47 product, 77 countries in 40 trade blocks Regional CGEs : Regionalized CGEs at NUTS 2 level for each European Country with a focus on Rural Development Measures under the second Pillar of the CAP