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At the same time w e m u s t be aware first, that these CGEM's are the object of m a n y criticisms from m a n y m a c r o economists, on account of their very naive representation of macro economic relationships and, second, that the interest of agricultural economists in these models results from the need to assess the impact of policy changes at sectoral levels, a preoccupation which, t h o u g h per­ fectly legitimate, is not in the front rank of macro economists' concerns. Thus agricultural economists are basically micro economists, although of course n o true economist can avoid getting involved in macro economics considerations at one time or another.

It is also important, even crucial, for the deter­ mination of aggregate agricultural production a n d sectoral o u t p u t , as well as for the generation of quasi r a n d o m cycle, the importance of which has been stressed in pre­ vious sections. 4. C o n c l u d i n g r e m a r k s Thus, micro a n d macro economics are so deeply intermixed that it is o u t of ques­ tion that one should investigate one of these fields of knowledge without assistance from the other. This is something which is interesting from a purely intellectual point of view, and it m a y have some significance for the philosophy of science.

9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Cf. Machlup (1967). The original Machlup's distinguo w a s between dynamics a n d statics. Cf. Lerner (1960). CGEM's are generally derived from closed Leontieff models, a n d represent an at­ tempt to proactically investigate intersectoral relationships: for instance, to eval­ uate the consequences of a change in agriculture or non-agricultural sectors. , a m o n g m a n y others, Allais (1953) or Binswanger (1982). Recall Keynes' famous remark that "millionaires are often fortunate fools w h o have thriven on unfortunate ones" (Keynes, 1920, p .

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