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Similarite institutionnelle, qualite des institutions et commerce international

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  • Emmanuelle Lavallee
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    Cet article analyse les effets des institutions sur le commerce a partir d’un echantillon de 143 pays sur la periode 1984-2002. Notre etude conclut a un impact asymetrique de la qualite des institutions des pays partenaires a l’echange sur le commerce bilateral. Elle montre qu’un pays exporte d’autant plus que ses institutions sont de bonne qualite, mais que la qualite des institutions du pays importateur influence uniquement les exportations originaires des pays du Nord. Nos estimations infirment egalement les theories du second best qui presentent la corruption comme un moyen de « huiler les rouages du commerce ». Enfin, elles invitent a explorer davantage les effets de la similarite de la nature des institutions sur le commerce.

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

    Volume (Year): (2006)
    Issue (Month): 108 ()
    Pages: 27-58

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    Handle: RePEc:cii:cepiei:2006-4tb
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