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L'integration europeenne a-t-elle permis une diversification des risques macroeconomiques ?


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  • Pierre-Guillaume Meon
  • Laurent Weill


L'argument du partage du risque prevoit qu'une union economique beneficie de la diversite de ses membres si des transferts sont possibles entre eux. Dans le cadre de l'Union europeenne, cet argument souleve deux questions que traite cet article en appliquant la theorie du portefeuille aux pays europeens consideres comme des portefeuilles de secteurs : la capacite a partager le risque en Europe s'est-elle recemment amelioree en raison de l'evolution de la composition sectorielle des pays ?

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Article provided by CEPII research center in its journal Economie Internationale.

Volume (Year): (2003)
Issue (Month): 93 ()
Pages: 117-134

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Handle: RePEc:cii:cepiei:2003-1te

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Keywords: Integration economique; diversification; Union europeenne; theorie du portefeuille;

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