Publications

mai 2020 Le Covid-19 en Afrique Sub-saharienne, chronique d’un désastre économique annoncé, mais pas assuré. Bruno CABRILLAC

Selon les statistiques de l’OMS au 3 mai, l’Afrique Sub-saharienne (ASS) était, de loin, la région la moins touchée par la pandémie de Covid-19 : moins de 0,8% des cas et de 0,4% des décès enregistrés, bien que le virus ait frappé tous les pays. Même en faisant la part du biais lié à une […]

mai 2020 Civil conflict and firm recovery: Evidence from post-electoral crisis in Côte d’Ivoire Ibrahima DOSSO, Florian LÉON

This paper examines how firms recover after a short, but severe, external shock. Thanks to a rich firm-level database, we follow surviving formal enterprises before, during and after the 2011 post-electoral crisis in Cˆote d’Ivoire. Main findings are summarized as follows. First, recovery was ra…

mai 2020 Financements innovants dans l’éducation : la santé, le bon modèle ? Axel GASTAMBIDE

L’expérience des financements innovants dans le secteur de la santé peut-elle servir d’exemple pour l’éducation ? Axel Gastambide (FERDI) compare les deux modèles, en s’appuyant sur une étude rédigée avec Francesca Marchetta et Matthieu Boussichas pour la Commission européenne.

mai 2020 The provision of long-term credit and firm growth in developing countries Florian LÉON

Do small and young firms benefit from an increase in the provision of long-term loans? By combining firm-level data from 62 countries (over the period 2006–2016) with a new database on short-term and long-term credit provided to the private sector, this article shows a higher provision of long-te…

avril 2020 Rules for Recovery: Impact of Indexed Disaster Funds on Shock Coping in Mexico Alain DE JANVRY, Alejandro DEL VALLE, Elisabeth SADOULET

Government provision of disaster transfers is typically hampered by liquidity constraints and by weak rules and administrative capacity to disburse reconstruction resources. We show that by easing these hurdles, Mexico’s indexed disaster fund (Fonden) considerably accelerates economic recovery af…

avril 2020 Rules for Recovery: Impact of Indexed Disaster Funds on Shock Coping in Mexico Alain DE JANVRY, Alejandro DEL VALLE, Elisabeth SADOULET

Government provision of disaster transfers is typically hampered by liquidity constraints and by weak rules and administrative capacity to disburse reconstruction resources. We show that by easing these hurdles, Mexico’s indexed disaster fund (Fonden) considerably accelerates economic recovery af…

avril 2020 Rules for Recovery: Impact of Indexed Disaster Funds on Shock Coping in Mexico Alain DE JANVRY, Alejandro DEL VALLE, Elisabeth SADOULET

Government provision of disaster transfers is typically hampered by liquidity constraints and by weak rules and administrative capacity to disburse reconstruction resources. We show that by easing these hurdles, Mexico’s indexed disaster fund (Fonden) considerably accelerates economic recovery af…

avril 2020 Rules for Recovery: Impact of Indexed Disaster Funds on Shock Coping in Mexico Alain DE JANVRY, Alejandro DEL VALLE, Elisabeth SADOULET

Government provision of disaster transfers is typically hampered by liquidity constraints and by weak rules and administrative capacity to disburse reconstruction resources. We show that by easing these hurdles, Mexico’s indexed disaster fund (Fonden) considerably accelerates economic recovery af…

avril 2020 Rules for Recovery: Impact of Indexed Disaster Funds on Shock Coping in Mexico Alain DE JANVRY, Alejandro DEL VALLE, Elisabeth SADOULET

Government provision of disaster transfers is typically hampered by liquidity constraints and by weak rules and administrative capacity to disburse reconstruction resources. We show that by easing these hurdles, Mexico’s indexed disaster fund (Fonden) considerably accelerates economic recovery af…

avril 2020 Rules for Recovery: Impact of Indexed Disaster Funds on Shock Coping in Mexico Alain DE JANVRY, Alejandro DEL VALLE, Elisabeth SADOULET

Government provision of disaster transfers is typically hampered by liquidity constraints and by weak rules and administrative capacity to disburse reconstruction resources. We show that by easing these hurdles, Mexico’s indexed disaster fund (Fonden) considerably accelerates economic recovery af…