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Costs of production and competition: the case of viticulture in the south of France

Costs of production and competition: the case of viticulture in the south of France

Economie Meridionale (84): 12

The article sets out to show how competitive are various categories of farms engaged in viticulture. Part I describes the methodology used: construction of models and norms and conventions used in calculations.

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