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Experiences with agricultural policy models for centrally planned economies



Experiences with agricultural policy models for centrally planned economies



Agricultural sector modelling Proceedings of the 16th symposium of the European Association of Agricultural Economists EAAE April 14th-15th, 1988, Bonn, GFR: 193-205



In the centrally planned countries of Europe several models have been developed to describe the agricultural economy. This paper first outlines the descriptive simulation models used to evaluate the dynamic behaviour of centrally planned agricultural systems. HAM-1 and HAM-2 system simulation models of the Hungarian food and agriculture sector, are discussed as examples.

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