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September 2016        

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Brazil: self-inflicted pain

From the mid 1990s to 2003, when Mr. Lula was elected as president, the brazilian economy got stronger, due to the tripod of policies implemented by Mr. Cardoso in the 1990s, which had been successful in maintaining macroeconomic stability (namely, the inflation targeting regime, the floating exchange rate and the fiscal austerity). Then Mr. Lula's governance brought more equality. But, since Ms. Roussef's election en 2011, the economic policy regression led to the president's empeachment. What now? >>>


Should we fear the Brexit uncertainty? IMF versus Krugman

IMF cuts global growth forecasts following Brexit vote. Paul Krugman has taken a different point of view by arguing there is no reason to worry in the immediate future. This opposition reflects clearly two different opinions on the short-term consequences of uncertainty.
Stéphane Lhuissier, Fabien Tripier




AVE-Services contains ad valorem equivalents of restrictions on cross-border trade in services for 118 countries and 9 sectors, using the GTAP databaseof trade in services for 2011. Results compare with those of Fontagné, Guillin, and Mitaritonna (2011) for the year 2004. We use the same method, for a larger set of countries. For sake of comparison the database proposes also ad valorem equivalents for 2004 and 2007 estimated for the original (2004) set of 64 countries of Fontagné, Guillin, and Mitaritonna.

  • Economists
  • Macroeconomist (international Finance, Modelling, Europe)
    Deadline for application :
    September 7, 2016
  • ISSN: 1255-7072
    Editorial Director : Christophe Destais
    Managing Editor : Dominique Pianelli