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Évolution des déséquilibres courants dans la zone euro : choc de compétitivité ou choc de demande ?

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  • GAULIER, G.
  • VICARD, V.

Les pays déficitaires de la zone euro n’ont généralement pas enregistré de sous-performances à l’exportation, malgré la dégradation de leur compétitivité avant la crise. L’afflux de capitaux dans les secteurs abrités de la concurrence internationale explique mieux à la fois les déficits et la hausse des prix relatifs.

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Article provided by Banque de France in its journal Bulletin de la Banque de France.

Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 189 ()
Pages: 47-64

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Handle: RePEc:bfr:bullbf:2012:189:04
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