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Az agrárpolitika politikai gazdaságtana I. A kormányzati politikák modellezése a mezőgazdaságban
[The political economy of agrarian politics. Part I. Modeling of governmental policies in agriculture. Modeling of governmental policies in agriculture]

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  • Fertő, Imre

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Az állami beavatkozás a mezőgazdaságban általános jelenségnek tekinthető. A tradicionális agrárpolitikai modellek a jóléti közgazdaságtan eszközeivel arra a kérdésre keresik a választ, hogy a különféle bel- és külpiaci intervenciók alkalmazása mekkora holtteher-veszteségekkel jár a társadalom szempontjából. Az agrárpolitika politikai gazdaságtana viszont az új intézményi közgazdaságtan eredményeit felhasználva, a ténylegesen működő agrárpolitikai gyakorlatot, valamint annak döntéshozatali folyamatait igyekszik megérteni. A tanulmány első részében bemutatjuk, hogy az érdekcsoportok tevékenységének bekapcsolása a hagyományos agrárpolitikai modellekbe miképpen változtatja meg annak korábbi pozitív és normatív eredményeit. Megvizsgáljuk továbbá, hogy a kormányzati politikák modellezésére alkalmazott új elemzési eszközök - a többlettranszformációs görbe, a politikaipreferencia-függvény - miként járulnak hozzá a valóságban működő agrárpolitika jobb megértéséhez, illetve a normatív ajánlások megalapozásához.

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Article provided by Közgazdasági Szemle Alapítvány (Economic Review Foundation) in its journal Közgazdasági Szemle (Economic Review - monthly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences).

Volume (Year): XLV (1998)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 223-246

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