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Aspectos generales de la metodología para calculo del Margen Bruto Estándar 2000. Documento de Trabajo de la Cátedra Jean Monnet 3/04. con R. Mora y E. J. de la Torre


  • Ricardo Mora

    (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

  • Carlos San Juan Mesonada

    (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)

  • Jose Eusebio de la Torre

    (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid)


El objetivo de este documento de trabajo es presentar la metodología para el cálculo del Margen Bruto Estándar con periodo de referencia 1999, 2000 y 2001 (MBE 2000) y para el conjunto de categor´ıas agr´ıcolas definidas en el anexo de la Decisi´on de la Comisión 2003/369/CE. En este documento, dichas categorías vienen recogidas en el cuadro 2 del anexo. Este documento de trabajo se divide en tres secciones. En la sección 1 se presenta el marco metodológico general recogido en la legislaci´on comunitaria, prestando especial interés a la definición de MBE. Las secciones 2 y 3 presentan, de forma resumida, la metodología seguida para el cálculo de los coeficientes MBE 2000 de las categorías de cultivos y ganados respectivamente.

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  • Ricardo Mora & Carlos San Juan Mesonada & Jose Eusebio de la Torre, 2005. "Aspectos generales de la metodología para calculo del Margen Bruto Estándar 2000. Documento de Trabajo de la Cátedra Jean Monnet 3/04. con R. Mora y E. J. de la Torre," Others 0512014, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpot:0512014
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    Gross Standar Margin; Farm Accounting Data Network; Land prices; agricultural productivity; irrigated land; regional specialization.;

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