dc.creatorArguello, Ricardo 
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dc.identifier.citationArgüello C., R. (2005). Sector agrícola y política de competencia. Bogotá: Centro editorial Universidad del Rosario.
dc.identifier.urihttp://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/10798
dc.descriptionLos procesos de integración económica han puesto en evidencia que la separación tradicionalmente hecha entre las políticas comercial y de competencia no sólo es ficticia, sino que mantenerla es simplemente contradictorio con la realidad de la economía internacional. En la medida en que los mercados domésticos se han abierto al comercio internacional, se ha considerado que las políticas de competencia pueden hacerse redundantes, ya que la competencia extranjera tiende a garantizar que dichos mercados tienen un nivel adecuado de contestabilidad. Sin embargo, como se muestra en este documento para el caso del sector agrícola, en estas circunstancias, la política de competencia adquiere un nuevo e importante papel que cumplir. Acá se discute la relación general entre el sector agrícola y la política de competencia, en un contexto de relativa liberalización comercial. Se sostiene que es necesario aplicar la política de competencia al sector, ya que esto garantiza las mejores condiciones posibles para incentivar los procesos de cambio tecnológico, indispensables para desarrollar una agricultura dinámica. Igualmente, se afirma que es indispensable una aplicación rigurosa de la política de competencia que, teniendo en cuenta las particularidades de la estructura de mercado de los sectores vinculados a la agricultura hacia adelante y hacia atrás, garantice que el más competitivo sector agrícola no sea sujeto de prácticas anticompetitivas por otros agentes. Esto puede incluir la instauración de algunas excepciones puntuales para el sector, con relación a la política de competencia,
dc.description.abstractGlobalization has made it evident that the traditional separation between trade and competition policies is not only artificial but in overt contradiction with the international economy., It has been argued that, as the economy becomes more open, competition policy becomes useless since foreign competition would guarantee market contestability. However, as it is shown in this paper for the case of the agricultural sector, in this environment competition policy acquires a new and important role to play. This paper discuses the relationship between the agricultural sector and competition policy in a freer trade context. It is argued that it is convenient to apply competition policy to this sector, as it ensures the best possible conditions for enhancing technological change processes that are vital for agricultural development. In the same vein, it also argues that rigorous competition policy enforcement for regulating the relationship between the, more competitive, agricultural sector and the sectors with which it relates up and down stream, as well as the latter’s markets themselves, is necessary to avoid potential use of anticompetitive practices against the former. Market structure particularities must be taken into account in enforcing competition law. This may include considering well defined flexibilities and exclusions for the agricultural sector so that it can strengthen its bargaining power vis a vis other sectors in the economy.
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dc.relation.ispartofBorradores de investigación. Serie documentos. No.61 (Abril de 2005)
dc.relation.urihttps://ideas.repec.org/p/col/000091/003484.html
dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.subjectSector Agrícola
dc.subjectPolítica de competencia
dc.subjectLibre comercio
dc.subject.ddc338.13
dc.subject.lembEconomía
dc.subject.lembAgricultura::Aspectos Económicos
dc.subject.lembAgricultura::Política gubernamental
dc.subject.lembTratados económicos
dc.subject.lembPlanificación económica
dc.subject.lembPolítica de precios agrícolas
dc.subject.lembIntegración económica internacional
dc.titleSector agrícola y política de competencia
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dc.publisherEditorial Universidad del Rosario
dc.publisher.departmentUniversidad del Rosario. Facultad de Economía
dc.identifier.editorialCentro Editorial Universidad del Rosario
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