Le Rapport Industrie - Agriculture Et Le Developpement Economique
[Industry-Agriculture Relationship and Economic Development]
The structure of a national economy is generally correlated with the stage of economic development. In economic history, it was demonstrated a trend from a first stage when agriculture predominated to last stage when the sector of services is the largest. In this context, the complex relationship between industry and agriculture is analysed. Moreover, a set of models to simulate the structural changes and to quantify their impact on the general process of economic development are proposed. For Romania, as an eastern country prepared to enter in a long transition period, the impact of structural changes could be in the same time profitably but also dramatically. In this way, a number of variants regarding the future impact of structural changes on efficiency, energy and food consumption, quality of life, environment, etc. are comparatively analysed and few measures to be considered by policy makers are proposed.
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[A model to analyse structural changes of investment by economic development stages]," MPRA Paper 13919, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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