Année : 2023

1ère conférence Euroafricaine : « Monnaie, Transformations Structurelles, et Politiques Publiques (MT2P) »

Date : 29 Novembre au 1er Décembre 2023 Lieu : Faculté d’Économie – Université de Tours Organisateur(s) : LÉO L’objectif de cette Première Conférence Euroafricaine est de faciliter la rencontre et l’échange d’idées entre chercheurs économistes ou de disciplines connexes originaires de l’espace francophone travaillant sur  les économies africaines. Ainsi des travaux de chercheurs européens et africains et des travaux croisés seront appréciés, notamment autour des sujets comme la monnaie, les transformations structurelles des économies, et les politiques publiques.   Dates […]

« 4th Environmental Economics : A Focus On Natural Resources » Conference

Date : April, 4&5th, 2024 Lieu : Hôtel Dupanloup – Orléans Organisateur(s) :  LÉO – Labex  Voltaire – INFER This fourth international conference (following those organised in April 2018, November 2020 and April 2022) on environmental and natural resource economics aims to increase the visibility of the work of economists from the Laboratoire d’Economie d’Orléans (LEO) and researchers from Labex Voltaire. It will provide an opportunity for researchers interested in environmental and resource economics to discuss their research, present their […]

« 3rd edition: International Conference on Economics and Management »

Date : April 18-19, 2024 Lieu : Hammamet Hotel, Tunisia Organisateur(s) : LÉO – Laboratoire ENVIE The conference is co-organized by the Laboratory ENVIE of the Faculty of Economics and Management of Nabeul and the Laboratory of Economics (LEO) of the University of Orléans. You are cordially invited to participate in this conference, which aims to explore the theme of “Financial Systems Transformation Facing Environmental and Technological Challenges: Applications to Developing and Emerging Countries”.   Important dates Deadline for proposal submission: […]

« 29th International Panel Data » Conference

Date : July 4&5, 2024 Lieu : University of Orléans Organisateur(s) : LÉO The aim of the conference is to bring together economists, econometricians, statisticians and social scientists using panel data for their applied and/or theoretical research. The conference provides an active forum for researchers to discuss their findings from theoretical or empirical viewpoints, seek feedback, exchange ideas for future research and promote active collaboration in all areas of panel data analysis. The International Panel Data Conference started in 1977.   […]

Online Social Media and Populism in Europe

Date : Jeudi | 2023-12-07 à 12h30 Lieu : Salle des thèses Lien TEAMS : Cliquer ici pour rejoindre le séminaire doctorant du LÉO Cristina STRANGO (LEO, Université d’Orléans) This study examines how the social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin) influences the vote share of populist parties, left-wing and right-wing populist vote shares, in Europe. We use the Generalized Method of Moments (GMM)-system estimations and analyze the European Union 27 (EU-27) member states over the period 2014-2020. We […]

Electricity, welfare, time allocation and inequalities within households: Evidence from Rwanda

Date : Jeudi | 2023-11-30 à 12h30 Lieu : Salle des thèses Lien TEAMS : Cliquer ici pour rejoindre le séminaire doctorant du LÉO Lucien AHOUANGBE (LEO, Université d’Orléans) This study focuses on the microeconomic impact of access to electricity on welfare through the time allocation within a household. We also document the effects on intra-household time and income inequality, labor market participation, and school performance. In our analysis, we distinguish the effect by gender and age group. We develop […]

Determinants of FDI in Sub-Saharan African countries: how do investment in healthcare matter?

Date : Jeudi | 2023-11-09 à 12h30 Lieu : Salle des thèses Lien TEAMS : Cliquer ici pour rejoindre le séminaire doctorant du LÉO Bienvenu AMAKOUE (LEO, Université d’Orléans) This paper empirically investigates the effect of healthcare performances on the attractiveness of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). We use panel data covering 38 SSA countries from 2000-2019 and perform a fixed effects (FE) estimation model. We use the Granger non-causality test of Dumitrescu and Hurlin (DH) in […]

Sustainable development and the extractive industry: An assessment of the Mexican case  

Date : Jeudi | 2023-10-26 à 12h30 Lieu : Salle B.103 Lien TEAMS : Cliquer ici pour rejoindre le séminaire doctorant du LÉO José RIASCOS BENAVIDES (LEO, Université d’Orléans) This paper investigates the impact of mining on sustainable development in Mexico. In particular, it tests whether the mining sector has an effect on consumption, inequalities, education, and environmental quality. Using household data on 2,403 municipalities over a period of 30 years considering four waves of census data (1990, 2000, 2010, […]

Addressing the effects of meteorological disasters on public debt: A focus on Middle-income economies in the Asian region

Date : Jeudi | 2023-09-28 à 12h30 Lieu : Salle des thèses Lien TEAMS : Cliquer ici pour rejoindre le séminaire doctorant du LÉO Sarah POUEY (LEO, Université d’Orléans) Exacerbation of extreme weather events by climate change provoked a recent surge in scientific papers examining their consequences. The present article contributes to the literature by investigating the potential effects of meteorological disasters on public debt in middle- income countries. Rising debt may limit the ability of emerging countries to cope […]

Is growth pro poor in Côte d’Ivoire ?

Date : Mercredi | 2023-10-04 à 12h30 Lieu : Salle des thèses Lien TEAMS : Cliquer ici pour rejoindre le séminaire doctorant du LÉO Jean Yves SADIA (LEO, Université d’Orléans) This study is part of the in-depth research on poverty in Côte d’Ivoire. It aims to assess the pro-poor nature of growth by distinguishing three periods: 2002 – 2008, 2008 – 2015 and 2015 – 2018. The specific aim was to analyze the pro-poor growth indicators defined by Ravallion and […]