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Qui gagne et qui perd au jeu des quotas laitiers ? Une approche à partir de travaux récents conduits en Rhône-Alpes

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  • Michel Buisson
  • Michel Guglielmi

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[eng] Milk quotas have effects on farms which are all the more negative as technical skill are low, the size of the farm is reduced, the needs for growth are not satisfied, diversification is difficult, and the milk buyer exceeds his reference quantity. On local agricultural economies, their effects result from demographic, technical and economic structure of the producers and from the type and situation of the buyer. Besides these observations it has been brought out how local bodies and individuals haved worked together in relation to the quota national compromise, as it is one of the main features of the functioning dairy economy with the quotas. [fre] Les quotas ont sur les exploitations des effets d'autant plus négatifs que leur niveau technique et leur taille sont faibles, que des besoins de croissance ne sont pas assurés, que la diversification est difficile, que l'acheteur de lait est en dépassement. Les effets sur les économies agricoles locales résultent à la fois de la structure démographique et technico-économique des producteurs de lait, du type et de la situation de l'acheteur. Au-delà de ces constats, la façon dont les forces en présence au plan local ont retravaillé socialement dans le cadre du compromis national autour des quotas, est un aspect essentiel du fonctionnement durable sous quotas de l'économie laitière.

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  • Michel Buisson & Michel Guglielmi, 1990. "Qui gagne et qui perd au jeu des quotas laitiers ? Une approche à partir de travaux récents conduits en Rhône-Alpes," Économie rurale, Programme National Persée, vol. 199(1), pages 14-18.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recoru:ecoru_0013-0559_1990_num_199_1_4121
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecoru.1990.4121
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