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The stock of capital in European Community agriculture

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  • V.E. Ball
  • J.C. Bureau

    (ECO-PUB - Economie Publique - INRA - Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique - AgroParisTech)

  • J.P. Butault

    (LEF - Laboratoire d'Economie Forestière - INRA - Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique - AgroParisTech)

  • H.P. Witzke

Abstract

Les stocks de capital en équipements et en bâtiments de la branche agricole sont estimés pour dix pays de l'Union européenne. L'originalité de ce travail est que les séries sont construites en utilisant la même méthodologie entre pays, ainsi que les mêmes lois et hypothèses. Les stocks productifs sont dérivés du flux d'investissement passé, moins les sorties et la perte d'efficacité (dépréciation physique). Les sorties sont calculées en utilisant une durée de vie moyenne et une distribution d'âge normale tronquée. La perte d'efficience est représentée par une fonction hyperbolique de l'âge des biens, concave vers l'origine. L'hypothèse d'une hyperbole rectangulaire paramètrée incorpore toutes les lois de dépréciation habituelles comme des cas particuliers. Les stocks productifs sont ceux qui doivent être utilisés dans la modélisation de la production. Ils ne doivent pas être confondus avec les stocks à leur valeur de remplacement, bien que des relations de dualité existent entre les deux. Des séries de stocks bruts, d'investissement, d'amortissement, et de stocks à la valeur de remplacement sont également disponibles.

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  • V.E. Ball & J.C. Bureau & J.P. Butault & H.P. Witzke, 1993. "The stock of capital in European Community agriculture," Post-Print hal-01072680, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-01072680
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