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Mise en oeuvre de la politique des structures roumaines : une nécessaire définition de l'activité agricole pour un ciblage des mesures

  • Marie-Luce Ghib
  • Marielle Berriet-Solliec
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    Like the former member States of the EU in 1962 at the beginning of the CAP, today Romania focuses mainly on the restructuration and the modernisation of its agriculture. In a general context in which OECD advocates the targeting of farm holdings to achieve a better efficiency of agricultural policies, we analyse in this paper the difficulties for a definition for targeting the units in the romanian context. The draws parallels between different types of production structures in Romania, as they can be defined with the current statistical apparatus, and the objectives aimed by the principal measures of the rural development policy. It concludes with an analysis of the adequacy of the system chosen in Romania to accompany the modernisation, the restructuration and the re orientation of farm holdings. - Comme les Etats-membres de l'Union Européenne, lors de la mise en place PAC en 1962, la Roumanie est aujourd'hui principalement préoccupée par la restructuration et la modernisation de son agriculture. Dans un contexte où l'OCDE prône le recours au ciblage des exploitations agricoles pour une plus grande efficacité des politiques agricoles, nous revenons, dans cet article sur les difficultés de définition de telles cibles dans le contexte roumain. L'article met en parallèle d'un côté les différents types de structures de production en Roumanie, telles qu'elles peuvent être définies dans l'état actuel de l'appareil statistique, et de l'autre les objectifs visés par les principales mesures de la politique de développement rural. Il conclut sur une analyse de l'adéquation des dispositifs retenus en Roumanie pour accompagner la modernisation et la restructuration des exploitations agricoles.

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    Date of creation: 15 Apr 2010
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    1. Luca, Lucian, 2007. "Romania: Large Semi-subsistence Farm Sector, Result of Wrong Strategic Approach?," 104th Seminar, September 5-8, 2007, Budapest, Hungary 7806, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
    2. Daniel Verger & Viorica Duma & Maria Molnar & Filofteia Panduru, 2005. "Roumanie : une agriculture de survie, après l'industrialisation forcée," Économie et Statistique, Programme National Persée, vol. 383(1), pages 193-217.
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