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Les effets indirects des monopoles en matière de protection et de subvention


  • Véronique Borzeix
  • Stéphan Marette


[fre] Cet article analyse l'influence du commerce d'état sur les échanges mondiaux. Après la présentation de différentes statistiques concernant les importations ou les exportations de produits agricoles, le rôle de la Commission canadienne du blé est plus particulièrement détaillé. Les principaux effets des entreprises d'État à l'exportation sont par la suite introduits en insistant sur le mécanisme de détermination des prix tant à l'exportation que sur le marché domestique. L'équivalence entre le système de péréquation des prix lié à ce type d'organisation et des subventions à l'exportation est tout particulièrement étudié. [eng] This article analyses the State Trading influence on international trade. After the presentation of some data regarding both imports and exports, the Canadian Wheat Board role is detailed. Then, the main effects of State Trading enterprises for the exports are introduced. We insist on mechanisms that determine both export and domestic prices. The equivalence between the pooling price promoted by these organizations and the export subsidies are underlined.

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  • Véronique Borzeix & Stéphan Marette, 2002. "Les effets indirects des monopoles en matière de protection et de subvention," Économie rurale, Programme National Persée, vol. 267(1), pages 19-28.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recoru:ecoru_0013-0559_2002_num_267_1_5291 Note: DOI:10.3406/ecoru.2002.5291

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