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Les grandes exploitations agricoles dans les nouveaux Länder allemands

Abstract : Despite their small number, big farms occupy the major part of the cultivated land in the new german Länder. Resulting from the dismantling of the production structures of agrarian collectivism, they were quickly integrated into the system of market economy, while profiting from the advantages of the common agricultural policy and adapting to its constraints. Althrough the members of the economic elite consider this model of production to be rational, profitable and competitive, the majority of the rural population regards the bigs farms as a social constraint. The ambiguities of the relationship of society to this dominating structures of production can undoubtedly be explained by the weight of the economic and social heritage stemming from the collectivist and precollectivist periods.
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Guillaume Lacquement. Les grandes exploitations agricoles dans les nouveaux Länder allemands. Mosella : revue du Centre d'études géographiques de Metz, Université de Metz, 1999, XXIV (1-2), p. 85-94. ⟨hal-02462170⟩



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