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Guest Post: Against the “More-Is-Better” Principle in Corruption Survey Design Frédéric LESNÉ

A series of recent posts on this blog have addressed a persistent difficulty with corruption experience surveys: the reticence problem–in other words, the reluctance of respondents to give honest answers to questions about sensitive behaviors–which may be caused by fear of retaliation or by “social desirability” bias (fear of “looking bad” to an interviewer) Various […]

The Elasticity of the Migrant Labour Supply: Evidence from Temporary Filipino Migrants Simone BERTOLI, Jesús FERNÁNDEZ-HUERTAS MORAGA, Sekou KEITA

The effect of immigration on host and origin countries is mediated by the way migrants take their labour supply decisions. We propose a simple way of integrating the traditional random utility maximisation model used to analyse location decisions with a classical labour demand function at destination. Our setup allows us to estimate a general upper […]

Microeconomic mechanisms behind export spillovers from FDI: evidence from Bulgaria Andrea CIANI, Michele IMBRUNO

This paper studies how the presence of multinational enterprises affects the export performance of Bulgarian manufacturing firms—export spillovers from FDI. Using export data at the firm/product/destination level for the period 2004–2006, it finds positive forward spillover on export value and quantity, related to quality upgrading. Conversely, it finds negative (or insignificant) backward and horizontal spillover […]

How a Results-Based Financing approach can contribute to the health Sustainable Development Goals – Policy-oriented lessons: what we know, what we need to know and don’t yet know Jacky MATHONNAT, Aurore PELISSIER

The ‘results-based financing’ (RBF) approach, an umbrella term, occupies a particularly important place in the debates regarding meeting the challenge of ‘better health for all at all ages’ as stated in the Sustainable Development Goals 3. Our analysis of the RBF schemes results published in the literature underlines five major points. 1. The RBF approach […]

Vulnerability and Resilience: A Conceptual Framework Applied to Three Asian Countries—Bhutan, Maldives, and Nepal Patrick GUILLAUMONT

This paper presents a conceptual framework for the study of the vulnerability of Bhutan, Maldives, and Nepal with a particular focus on the structural vulnerability. Three kinds of vulnerability have been considered for each country: economic, climatic, and political. Comparative assessment of countries is likewise undertaken using available and comparable indicators, e.g., economic vulnerability index […]

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14 novembre 2017 - François Maréchal (Université de Franche-Comté)

 The Impact of a Right of First Refusal Clause in a First-Price Auction with Unknown Heterogeneous Risk-AversionAbstract: We consider that a seller wishes to sell an asset by means of a first-price auction to two potential buyers. One of them ma be granted a Right of First Refusal (ROFR) clause which gives him the opportunity to […]

13 novembre 2017 - Florence Workshop : Transnational Governance?

Participation de Jaime de Melo à cet atelier organisé par la « School of Transnational Governance » (European University Institute)

19 octobre 2017 - Conférence internationale sur l’économie de la Chine

Clermont-FerrandLe CERDI-IDREC organise tous les deux ans une conférence internationale sur l’économie de la Chine. Cette conférence réunit des participants venant du monde entier autour des problématiques économiques majeures relatives à l’économie chinoise. Le thème de la 11e conférence porte sur “The "new normal growth" and the future of the China’s economy”. Elle est organisée […]

19 octobre 2017 - 11e conférence internationale sur l’économie de la Chine

Appel à communicationLe CERDI-IDREC organise tous les deux ans une conférence internationale sur l’économie de la Chine. Cette conférence réunit des participants venant du monde entier autour des problématiques économiques majeures relatives à l’économie chinoise. Le thème de la 11e conférence porte sur “The "new normal growth" and the future of the China’s economy”. Elle […]

05 octobre 2017 - Paris Quelles assurances contre les risques liés aux catastrophes naturelles dans les pays en développement ?

Atelier animé par Alain de Janvry, Professeur à l’Université de Californie à Berkeley et Senior Fellow Ferdi

26 septembre 2017 - Paris Comment renforcer la compétitivité durable en Afrique ?

L’Observatoire de la compétitivité durable, un instrument au service de l’émergence continentale

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