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Agriculture and economic growth in a market economy : analysis of the French postwar experience

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  • Xavier Irz

    () (ESR - Unité de recherche d'Économie et Sociologie Rurales - INRA - Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique)

  • Terry L. Roe

    (University of Minnesota System)

  • . Iaae,international Association of Agricultural Economists,oak Brook (usa)

    (IAAE - International Association of Agricultural Economists)

Abstract

Les auteurs utilisent un modèle d'équilibre général avec changement structurel et croissance endogène, pour expliquer l'évolution de l'agriculture dans une économie de marché. Les principales originalités du modèle sont la non homothéticité des préférences qui permet de reproduire l'effet d'Engel, et un progrès technique qui se fait à des rythmes différents, dans les trois secteurs considérés, par un effet de "learning-by-doing". Le modèle est calibré pour reproduire la situation française après 1945.

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  • Xavier Irz & Terry L. Roe & . Iaae,international Association of Agricultural Economists,oak Brook (usa), 1997. "Agriculture and economic growth in a market economy : analysis of the French postwar experience," Post-Print hal-02285607, HAL.
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    1. Chenery, Hollis B., 1984. "Economic Structure and Performance," Elsevier Monographs, Elsevier, edition 1, number 9780126800609 edited by Syrquin, Moshe & Taylor, Lance & Westphal, Larry E..
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