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Le projet d'Union Monétaire dans le Mercosur :Etude de la position actuelle dans les pays par rapport à une carte de critères de soutenabilité

  • Céline Gimet
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    Les crises financières récentes ont fragilisé les économies du Mercosur. Pour juger de leur évolution depuis 2001, cet article étudie la position actuelle de ces pays par rapport à une nouvelle carte de critères de soutenabilité venant en complément de la théorie des zones monétaires optimales, en y intégrant une nouvelle dimension financière et régionale. La méthode multicritère d'aide à la décision, transposée à l'échelle macroéconomique et financière, permet ainsi de souligner les efforts entrepris par un noyau de pays dans la perspective de la mise en place d'une union monétaire. / The Mercosur countries have been weakened by the recent financial crises. In order to evaluate their evolution since 2001, this article studies the current countries position with regard to a new set of sustainability criteria, which complete the optimum currency area theory in including a new financial and regional dimension. The multicriteria decision aid method, transposed onto the macroeconomic and financial scale, shows the real efforts that are made by a core of countries in order to adopt a monetary union.

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    Volume (Year): 50 (2007)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 249-273

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