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L’indicateur synthétique mensuel d’activité (ISMA) : une révision

  • DARNÉ, O.
  • BRUNHES-LESAGE, V.

L’ISMA est un des principaux outils de diagnostic conjoncturel de la Banque de France. Publié chaque mois, il estime la croissance du PIB français pour le prochain trimestre, en se basant sur les données d’enquêtes de la Banque de France.

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Volume (Year): (2007)
Issue (Month): 162 ()
Pages: 21-36

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