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La structure financière des exploitations agricoles dans les pays de la CEE

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  • J. Loyat

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[fre] Les exploitations agricoles des différents pays de la Communauté Européenne sont analysées sur la base de leur situation financière, à partir du Réseau d'Information Comptable Agricole. Sont examinés, successivement, la structure du capital, la production et les résultats, le financement, pour des exploitations moyennes extraites d'une classification ascendante hiérarchique. . L'analyse financière permet de différencier : des exploitations à haut niveau de rentabilité de la main-d'œuvre et du capital (orientées vers l'horticulture et les productions végétales dans le nord de l'Europe) ; des exploitations danoises à haute intensité capitalistique, et présentant une situation financière difficile ; des élevages (français, allemands et néerlandais) à rotation lente du capital ; des élevages extensifs irlandais ; des exploitations italiennes et grecques de petite dimension. [eng] The present study deals with the financial situation of the holdings in the E.C. The purpose is to compare the Capital, the Profitability and the Resources of average holdings, issued from an ascendant classification. The data are extracted from the Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN). . The analysis contributes to differenciate : holdings with a high ratio of labour profitability, specialized in the crop productions in Northern Europe ; Danish farms, with a high level of total assets and financial difficulties ; holdings with animal products, having a high ratio of total assets to output ; extensive farm types in Ireland ; small holdings in Italy and Greece.

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  • J. Loyat, 1987. "La structure financière des exploitations agricoles dans les pays de la CEE," Économie rurale, Programme National Persée, vol. 181(1), pages 73-79.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recoru:ecoru_0013-0559_1987_num_181_1_3854
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecoru.1987.3854
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    1. Josep M. Argilés, 1999. "Regional diversity in the fruit sector in the European Union," Economics Working Papers 379, Department of Economics and Business, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

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