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Caractérisation socio-économique des formes d’agriculture durable

Abstract : Analyses of transition toward a more sustainable agriculture often identify two different pathways, that can be linked to either strong or weak sustainability. In this interdisciplinary work, we aim at overcoming this narrow choice between two alternatives, by offering a socio-agronomic characterization of multiple agriculture models that currently coexist in western economies. We use an agronomical typology of farming systems according to the role of exogenous inputs and endogenous ecosystem services in agricultural production and the degree of embeddedness of farming systems within local and global food systems. This typology identiies six agriculture models that we analyze in socio-economics terms. We then clarify the structuring principles that organize these models, and the social values that provide ground for their justiication. This analysis enables us to discuss the eficiency conditions of political instruments.
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Gaël Plumecocq, Thomas Debril, Michel Duru, Marie-Benoît Magrini, Jean-Pierre Sarthou, et al.. Caractérisation socio-économique des formes d’agriculture durable. Economie Rurale, 2018, 363, pp.99-120. ⟨10.4000/economierurale.5430⟩. ⟨hal-02620900⟩



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