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Master thesis

La rémunération du travail par des systèmes laitiers biologiques, autonomes et économes

Abstract : Autonomous and inputs-saving production systems are known for their environmental virtues through the maximizing of grazing and the economy of inputs, and thus represent an interesting alternative to the intensive dominant model, which is strongly challenged. Such systems have been designed on the experimental INRA- ASTER unit in Mirecourt (Vosges) in a perspective of environmental sustainability: a grassland system (SH) and a mixed crop dairy system (SPCE). This internship aims to assess the economic performances of those two systems in relation to the work aspects. The analysis of the economic data of the facility highlighted the economic efficiency and the wealth-creating potential of both systems. This wealth is shared between investments and remuneration of work. The SPCE shows a clear advantage for investment at the expense of labor remuneration. In terms of work, interviews with each agent and a schedule database showed a significant workload. Though significant, the added value does not enable to remunerate this work up to the level of the autonomous and efficient reference systems. These results support the economic reference frame of autonomous and inputs-saving systems, and bring original elements on the quantification of work.
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Clémentine Franck. La rémunération du travail par des systèmes laitiers biologiques, autonomes et économes. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2016. ⟨hal-01767274⟩



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