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Le couplage des modèles agronomiques et économiques : intérêt pour l'analyse des politiques

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  • Guillermo Flichman
  • Florence Jacquet

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  • Guillermo Flichman & Florence Jacquet, 2003. "Le couplage des modèles agronomiques et économiques : intérêt pour l'analyse des politiques," Post-Print hal-01201042, HAL.
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