Publications

décembre 2017 Revue d’Economie du Développement 2017/1 (vol. 25) : Migration et développement

Sommaire   Introduction (page 5 à 12) Stephan Klasen   La migration en faveur du développement : des défis aux opportunités (page 13 à 30) Klaus F. Zimmermann   Migration et développement : les externalités de la diaspora (page 31 à 61) Hillel Rapoport   Commentaires sur « Migration et développement : les externalités de la diaspora » (page 63 […]

décembre 2017 Revue d’Economie du Développement 2016/3-4 (vol. 24) : Le développement au prisme des communs

Sommaire   Introduction : Le développement au prisme des communs (page 5 à 7) Gaël Giraud, Stéphanie Leyronas, Grégoire Rota-Graziosi   Biens publics mondiaux et institutions internationales : quel avenir pour la Banque mondiale ? (page 9 à 24) Ravi Kanbur   L’entreprise, lieu commun (page 25 à 53) Jean-Michel Severino   Un survol de la théorie des […]

décembre 2017 Non-Tariff Measures and other Trade Measures for the Environment in ASEAN Jaime DE MELO, Jean-marc SOLLEDER

An open world trading system with low barriers to trade in Environmental Goods (EGs) and Environmental Services (ESs) accompanied by corrective SPS and TBT measures is necessary for the World Trading System to be compatible with the environmental objectives in the SDGs. So far, the political process and technical difficulties in defining EGs and ESs […]

décembre 2017 Going beyond analysis of internal data to support customs modernization: A case study in Gabon Joel CARIOLLE, Cyril CHALENDARD, Anne-Marie GEOURJON, Bertrand LAPORTE

Customs administrations in developing countries increasingly use risk-based techniques relying on data mining and statistical scoring. By demonstrating the value of using data analysis techniques to orient frontline controls so as to facilitate legal trade and combat fraud more effectively, these projects have helped promote a cultural change in these organizations. However, these risk management […]

décembre 2017 [2017-22]Décloisonner l’analyse des données pour appuyer la modernisation des douanes : une illustration à partir du Gabon Joel CARIOLLE, Cyril CHALENDARD, Anne-Marie GEOURJON, Bertrand LAPORTE

Customs administrations in developing countries increasingly use risk-based techniques relying on data mining and statistical scoring. By demonstrating the value of using data analysis techniques to orient frontline controls so as to facilitate legal trade and combat fraud more effectively, these projects have helped promote a cultural change in these organizations. However, these risk management […]

décembre 2017 Record high fertility in sub-Saharan Africa in a comparative perspective Michel GARENNE

The study documents cases of extremely high fertility in sub-Saharan Africa. The DHS surveys were used for the analysis, with straightforward calculations of period and cohort fertility. Two case studies were further analysed: Kenya (1965-69) and Niger (1982-86). In both cases, total fertility in rural areas reached 9 children per woman, as high as among […]

novembre 2017 Improving Aid Allocation for Small Developing States Patrick GUILLAUMONT

   

novembre 2017 Flourish or Fail? The Risky Reward of Elite High School Admission in Mexico City Andrew DUSTAN, Alain de JANVRY, Elisabeth SADOULET

Admission to an elite school imposes substantial risks on many students while offering modest academic benefits relative to admission in their most preferred nonelite school. Using variation in school assignment generated by the allocation mechanism, we find that admission to a system of elite public high schools in Mexico City increases the probability of high […]

novembre 2017 Is there a strategy in China’s health official development assistance to African countries? Marlène GUILLON, Jacky MATHONNAT

Chinese health official development assistance (ODA) to Africa has largely increased since the third Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in 2006. Even if China now ranks among the top ten bilateral donors for health aid in Africa few studies have assessed the determinants of Chinese health ODA to African countries. Our objective is to study […]

novembre 2017 Vers quelle transformation structurelle en Afrique? Jaime DE MELO

L’Afrique subsaharienne a renoué avec la croissance. Pour poursuivre sa transformation structurelle nonobstant le faible tissu industriel et les côuts élevés de sa main d’œuvre, l’adoption de politiques visant  à faciliter l’entrepreneuriat dans les secteurs de services prometteurs est crucial. Ces politiques devraient aider à confronter le défi d’absorber les millions de jeunes qui vont […]