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Multilateral agricultural trade liberalisation : the contrasting fortunes of developing countries in the Doha round

  • Antoine Bouët


  • Jean-Christophe Bureau


    (Unité mixte de recherche économie publique, INRA)

  • Yvan Decreux


  • Sébastien Jean


Le modèle MIRAGE-Agri, construit dans le cadre d'une collaboration entre le Centre d'études prospectives et d'informations internationales et l'Inra permet de simuler les effets d'un accord agricole dans le cadre du Cycle de Doha. Il s'agit d'un modèle d'équilibre général appliqué centré tout particulièrement sur l'agriculture, qui comprend une représentation détaillée des politiques agricoles, et repose sur des données intégrant l'ensemble des accords préférentiels. Les simulations d'un accord agricole à Doha, sur la base du projet de compromis dit "Harbinson" montrent des gains relativement faibles, par rapport à la plupart des études reposant sur des données moins sophistiquées. En particulier, les conséquences d'une libéralisation multilatérale sur certains pays en développement apparaissent négatifs, du fait de l'érosion des préférences dont ils bénéficient.

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Paper provided by Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, France in its series Working Papers with number 156783.

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Length: 1329-1345
Date of creation: 2005
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Publication status: Published in World Economy
Handle: RePEc:inr:wpaper:156783
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