While one of the main agricultural policy objectives of formerly planned economies is the maximization of agricultural output under a variety of domestic and international constraints, the current changes in incentive structures may be having a mitigating impact on environmental degradation. Using the case of Poland, we examine the state of current environmental policy and how it is affected by the process of transition to a market economy.
Bouzaher, Aziz and Jensen, Helen H., "Environmental Impacts of Changes in Incentive Structures in Formerly Planned Economies" (1992). CARD Working Papers. 135.