Documents de travail

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5 derniers documents de travail publiés dans REPEC

2019-16 "Exchange rate pass-through to import prices: Accounting for changes in the Eurozone trade structure"
Valérie Mignon, Antonia Lopez Villavicencio
2019-15 "Local Whittle Analysis of Stationary Unbalanced Fractional Cointegration Systems"
Gilles de Truchis, Elena Ivona Dumitrescu, Florent Dubois
2019-14 "Narrow-band Weighted Nonlinear Least Squares Estimation of Unbalanced Cointegration Systems"
Gilles de Truchis, Elena Ivona Dumitrescu
2019-13 "Having a child? Here is the bill - Parenthood, Earnings and Careers in an Internal Labor"
Dominique Meurs, Elena Vilar, Claudio Lucifora
2019-12 "Lower bank capital requirements as a policy tool to support credit to SMEs: evidence from a policy experiment"
Sandrine Lecarpentier, Mathias Lé, Henri Fraisse, Michel Dietsch


Selon la classification du CNRS de juin 2018 (v. 5.03). Site de la section 37 du Comité National de la Recherche Scientifique

3 dernières publications dans des revues de rang 1 et rang 2

Coulibaly Dramane, Omgba Luc-Désiré, (2019), « Why are some African countries succeeding in their democratic transitions while others are failing? », Oxford Economic Papers, (A paraître).
Souam Saïd, Charléty Patricia, Fagart Marie-Cécile, (2019), « Mandatory Voting, Large Shareholder Power, and Wolf Packs », Finance, (A paraître).
Morvillier Florian, (2019), « Do currency undervaluations affect the impact of inflation on growth? », Economic Modelling, (A paraître).
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