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Fragmentation du modèle de l’exploitation familiale et nouvelles structurations des relations capital-travail-foncier en agriculture

Abstract : Our objective is to go back over the foundations of farm organisations and their development paths in order to highlight issues involved in the concept of family farm. This is done from three focuses of disciplinary analysis: economics, sociology and law. We show that the family farm, although it remains dominant, is no longer the legal, economic and cultural matrix of a shared model. Its economic weight amassed over the career path makes family farm difficult to pass it on. It is even impossible in some cases. Thus, the dismantling or legal arrangements either preserve the appearance of a family farm or, on the contrary, dissolve it into a larger and more complex whole, making this reality elusive. These observations show that despite repeated injunctions over the decades to perpetuate many farmers everywhere at the head of "human scale" and "personal responsibility" farms, they have not withstood the economic process of expansion made possible by a fruitful collective legal creativity. Cf: https://agronomie.asso.fr/aes-10-2-7
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Philippe Jeanneaux, Luc Bodiguel, François Purseigle, Bertrand Hervieu. Fragmentation du modèle de l’exploitation familiale et nouvelles structurations des relations capital-travail-foncier en agriculture. Agronomie, Environnement & Sociétés, Association Française d'Agronomie (Afa), 2020, 10-2. ⟨hal-03134723⟩

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