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A mezőgazdasági árak stabilizálásának problémáiról
[On the problems of stabilizing agricultural prices]

  • Fertő, Imre

A mezőgazdasági árak stabilizálása az egyik legfontosabb agrárpolitikai törekvés. A közgazdasági elmélet mikroökonómiai és makroökonómiai szinten vizsgálja az árstabilizálás hatásait. Az elméleti eredmények azt mutatják, hogy nincsenek megnyugtató érvek az árstabilizálás mellett. A fejlődő országok tapasztalatai is azt támasztják alá, hogy a mezőgazdasági árak stabilizálásának gyakorlata idáig korlátozott sikerrel járt.

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Volume (Year): XLII (1995)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 256-269

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