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Degrés d'utilisation des facteurs et demande d'investissement et de travail

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[fre] Les représentations habituelles clés comportements d'emploi et d'investissement dépendent étroitement de la spécification retenue pour le modèle de production. Ainsi, l'effet attribué aux variations du coût relatif travail-capital sur la technique de production découle des hypothèses de subtilité, ex ante et ex post, des facteurs.. Cet article montre que la prise en compte des degrés d'utilisation du capital et clé travail amène à trouver de fortes similitudes entre les représentations des demandes de facteurs issus des différents modèles de production. On montre en effet que cette prise en compte dans un modèle de production clay-clay débouche sur une relation directe entre la représentation de la substitution du capital au travail et les modifications du coût relatif clés facteurs. [eng] Factors utilisation levels and capital labour demands. Gilbert Cette. Usual representations of labour and capital demands depend strongly on the specification of the production function. Thus the effect of the variations in the relative prices coefficient on the production technique derives from ex-ante and ex-post factors substituability hypothesises.. This paper showes that the integration of capital and labour utilisation levels lead us to strong similarities between factors demand representations obtained from different production models. We show that ihls integration in a clay-clay production model opens to direct relation between capital and labour substitution formalization and factors relative prices modifications.

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  • Gilbert Cette, 1983. "Degrés d'utilisation des facteurs et demande d'investissement et de travail," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 34(4), pages 756-793.
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    1. Florian Pelgrin & Arnaud Sylvain & Eric Heyer, 2003. "Durées d'utilisation des facteurs et fonction de production : une estimation par la méthode des moments généralisés en système," Working Papers hal-00972839, HAL.
    2. Simon Cueva & Éric Heyer, 1997. "Fonction de production et degrés d'utilisation du capital et du travail : une analyse économétrique," Économie et Prévision, Programme National Persée, vol. 131(5), pages 93-111.
    3. Eric Heyer & Florian Pelgrin & Arnaud Sylvain, 2004. "Capital Operating Time and Working Time in the Production Function: An Evaluation on a Panel of French Firms over the Period 1989-2001," Documents de Travail de l'OFCE 2004-09, Observatoire Francais des Conjonctures Economiques (OFCE).
    4. Florian Pelgrin & Arnaud Sylvain & Eric Heyer, 2004. "Capital operating time and working time in the production function : an evaluation on a panel firms over the period 1989-2001," Working Papers hal-00972838, HAL.

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