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Le modèle de développement agricole des années 1960

  • Gilles Allaire
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    [fre] La modernisation d'Après-Guerre, durant les Trente Glorieuses, prend place dans un régime de croissance dont la description est reprise des approches économiques de la période en termes de « régulation ». Problématique et méthodologie « régulationnistes » sont convoquées pour « revisiter » des thèses d'économie rurale sur cette agriculture de croissance et proposer un ensemble méthodologique et conceptuel, autour de la notion de « modèle de développement », tentant de rendre compte de la dynamique générale des formes de production et de travail agricoles et de leurs ambivalences. Ainsi sont mis en évidence un régime « d'accumulation forcée » et des « formes de régulation » des systèmes productifs, des carrières et des identités professionnelles. [eng] During the last thirty years, the postwar agricultural modernization takes place in a growth pattern, the description of which is inspired by the economic approaches of the period in terms of « regulation ». The problematics and methodology of the « regulation » are summoned to revisit the rural economics theses about the agricultural growth, and to propose a conceptual and methodological framework, around the notion of « model of development », trying to give an interpretation of the global dynamics of the social forms and agricultural labour and their ambivalences. A « forced accumulation pattern » and « forms of regulation » of the productive systems, of professionnal walks and identities are showed up.

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    Volume (Year): 184 (1988)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 171-181

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