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Instruments de soutien interne des revenus agricoles et effets de distorsion sur les échanges. Un modèle avec libre entrée et endogénéisation du prix de la terre

  • Hervé Guyomard
  • Chantal Le Mouël
  • Alexandre Gohin

[fre] Nous étudions les effets de distorsion sur les échanges de différents instruments de soutien des revenus agricoles dans un modèle où il y a libre entrée et sortie. Les agriculteurs diffèrent en fonction d'un paramètre d'efficacité et il y a échanges de terres des producteurs à faible efficacité vers ceux à efficacité plus élevée. Les implications politiques de l'analyse sont dérivées dans le contexte des négociations agricoles à l'OMC sur le volet du soutien interne. [eng] Agricultural income support and trade distortion effects: a model with free entry and land price endogeneity. . This paper analyses trade distortion effects of various agricultural income support instruments. There is free entry and exit. Farmers are heterogeneous and the land market explicitly entails trades of land from low ability to high ability producers. Policy implications are derived in the context of WTO agricultural negotiations on the internal support dossier.

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Volume (Year): 52 (2001)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
Pages: 673-682

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Note: DOI:10.2307/3502880
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