UNE MATRICE DE COMPTABILITÉ SOCIALE DU SÉNÉGAL POUR 2014 AVEC LA BRANCHE ET LE PRODUIT DE L’ÉLEVAGE DÉSAGRÉGÉS

Mamadou Abdoulaye DIALLO

Résumé


Abstract - The purpose of this paper is to build a social accounting matrix (MCS) for Senegal for the year 2014, by disaggregating the branch and the livestock product. The livestock sector has therefore been broken down into seven branches of activity and nine products. The description of this SAM demonstrates that the livestock production consists of raw milk (27.7%), live cattle (20%), poultry (17%) and live sheep (10, 9%). Together, these products constitute about 76% of livestock products in Senegal. Also, about 81% of the added value of livestock is produced by three branches: cattle (37.5%), poultry (25.8%) and sheep (19.5%). Factor income paid by the livestock branches is made up of capital income (57.6%) and labor income (43.4%) with 27.9% for skilled labor and 14.5% for unskilled labor. In addition, the payment of tax by the livestock activity is almost non-existent and foreign trade in livestock products is still very low.


Mots-clés


Livestock, Social accounting matrix, Cross entropy method, RAS method. JEL Classification: Q19, C68, C82

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.48382/IMIST.PRSM/regs-v1i35.30698



ISSN : 2458-6250

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