Seminars

Seminars

Visiting professors

Working papers

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Last 5 working papers published in REPEC

2020-22 "China’s overseas Sovereign debt relief actions: What insights do recent cases provide?"
Gatien Bon, Gong Cheng
2020-21 "Création du FED : réunir la gestion de la monnaie et de la liquidité"
Anne-Marie Rieu-Foucault
2020-20 "The Contribution of Residential Segregation to Racial Income Gaps: Evidence from South Africa"
Florent Dubois, Christophe Muller
2020-19 "Emissions Trading with Transaction Costs"
Anouk Faure, Marc Baudry, Simon Quemin
2020-18 "Robustness of the Balassa-Samuelson effect: evidence from developing and emerging economies"
Florian Morvillier

Journal

According to the CNRS categorization of journals in economics and management (June 2019, v. 5.05)

Last 3 publications in top-ranked journals

Mignon Valérie, Coulibaly Dramane, Gnimassoun Blaise, (2020), « The tale of two international phenomena: Migration and global imbalances », Journal of Macroeconomics, vol.66.
Pfister Christian, Sahuc Jean-Guillaume, (2020), « Unconventional Monetary Policies: A Stock-Taking Exercise », Revue d'Economie Politique, vol.130, n°2, pp.137-169.
Oddou Rémy, (2020), « The effect of a progressive taxation scheme on the endogenous formation of jurisdictions », Journal of Public Economic Theory, vol.available online, (A paraître).

Medias

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