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  1. papier ou publication CERDI » Sovereign debt risk in emerging market economies: Does inflation targeting adoption make any difference? (100%) auteurs BALIMA [WH] , COMBES [J-L] , MINEA [A]

    ...time span. Finally, the measure of sovereign risk (sovereign debt ratings or government bond yield spreads) and the IT form (full-fledged or partial) equally influence the effect of IT adoption on sov...

  2. papier ou publication CERDI » Bond Markets Initiation and Tax Revenue Mobilization in Developing Countries (4%) auteurs BALIMA [WH] , COMBES [J-L] , MINEA [A]

    We analyze the relationship between the introduction of a sovereign bond market (BM) and tax revenue mobilization behavior, using a large sample of 119 developing countries. Propensity Scores Matchi...

  3. papier ou publication CERDI » Debt, seigniorage, and the Growth Laffer Curve in developing countries (2%) auteurs EHRHART [HE] , MINEA [A] , VILLIEU [P]

    ...on this relationship in developing countries is rather limited. Given that seigniorage and public debt are also important means of financing public spending in these countries, we take into account...

  4. papier ou publication CERDI » Heterogeneous Aid Effects on Tax Revenues: Accounting for Government Stability in WAEMU Countries (1%) auteurs YOHOU [HD] , GOUJON [M] , OUATTARA [W]

    ...effect of aid on tax revenue is gradual and varies across countries according to the level of government stability. We find that aid directly reduces tax revenues but for higher levels of government stabil...

  5. papier ou publication CERDI » Deforestation and Seigniorage in Developing Countries: A Tradeoff? (1%) auteurs COMBES [J-L] , COMBES MOTEL [P] , MINEA [A] , VILLIEU [P]

    ...international credit markets. Consequently, they are amenable to draw heavily on two sources of government financing, namely seigniorage and deforestation revenues. First, we develop a theoretical m...

  6. papier ou publication CERDI » Food Price Shocks and Government Expenditure Composition: Evidence from African Countries (1%) auteurs MEYIMDJUI [C.] [2 2017]

    ...endogeneity issues, our results show that food price shocks positively and significantly affect total government expenditure and the share of current government consumption in the total government ex...

  7. actualité » Christelle Dumas (University of Fribourg) (0%)
    rubrique : Seminaire

    Shocks and child labor: the role of markets [PDF]

  8. papier ou publication CERDI » The Euro and the Crisis: Evidence on Recent Fiscal Multipliers (0%) auteurs COMBES [J-L] , MINEA [A] , MUSTEA [LT] , SOW [M]

    ...the condition of fiscal accounts (Greece) generating skyjumping spreads and snow-ball effects on debt dynamics, etc. In a context of financial contagion, these imbalances coagulated into a Eurozone cris...

  9. papier ou publication CERDI » Does Insurance Development Affect the Financial Markets in developing countries? (0%) auteurs SAWADOGO [R] , GUERINEAU [S] [06 2015]

    This paper investigates the impact of insurance premiums on stock market development in 37 developing countries over the period 1987-2011. By controlling for the potential endogeneity bias, using the Syst...

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