Année : 2020

Foreign direct investment and domestic private investment in sub-Saharan Africa: crowding-in or out?

Mercredi | 2020-09-24 B103 – 11h30 Askandarou Cheik DIALLO – Isabelle RABAUD – Luc JACOLIN Abstract : This paper investigates the relationship between foreign direct investment (FDI) and private investment in Sub-Saharan Africa, using a sample of SSA 40 countries over 1980-2013. To disentangle short term from long-term dynamics, and take into account possible endogeneity […]

Thèses et HDR 2020

SIBI Mahi Georges « Dette publique et croissance économique : cas de la Côte d’Ivoire » (sous la direction de Patrick VILLIEU), soutenue le 23 octobre 2020Consultez la publicité de soutenance NAWAZ Kishwar  » Three essays on natural resources, financial development and energy demand in Pakistan  » (sous la direction de Amine LAHIANI) soutenue le 30 novembre 2020Consultez la […]

 » Bank Branch Network and Consumer Cash Management Behavior: A Canadian Perspective »

Mardi | 2020-06-02 11H00 – Webinar Marcel-Cristian VOIA AbstractWe construct an unique microgeographic data to study the effects of Canadian bank branch network on consumer’ cash management. We create the average distance of consumer’s travelling to (affiliated) closest branch on the Forward Sortation Area (FSA) level, which avoids the attenutation bias and accounts for spatial […]

 » Trade, Border Effects, and the Potential for Cross-Border Integration: A Regional Perspective from China’s Northeast »

Mardi | 2020-03-10 Salle des thèses 16h-17h20 Kiril TOCHKOV China’s rapid growth has masked the fact that some of its regions have failed to catch up with the modernization and efficiency drive during the market transition. China’s Northeast was once the most prosperous part of the country and a model for socialist industrialization efforts. But […]

 » Do Negative Interest Rates Affect Bank Risk-Taking? »

Mardi | 2020-03-05 Salle B.103 12h15 16h45 Alessio BONGIOVANNI We offer early evidence on the impact of negative interest rate policy (NIRP) on bank risk-taking. Our robust empirical evidence finds banks in NIRP-adopter countries reduce holdings of risky assets by around 10 percentage points compared to banks in non-adopter countries. This supports the “deleverage” hypothesis, […]

 » Mitigating market uncertainty: predictive and non-predictive strategies »

Mardi | 2020-03-03 Salle des thèses 16h-17h20 Graciela KUECHLE Entrepreneurs cope with uncertainty in different ways, from predictive approaches, based on the statistical assessment of contingencies, to non-predictive approaches based on judgment and oriented towards action. In this paper we develop a simple mathematical framework of the process by which entrepreneurs collect information about customers’ […]