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Les entreprises sur les marchés mondiaux : nouveaux enjeux, nouvelles méthodes, nouvelles données

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  • Antoine Bouët
  • Thierry Mayer

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[fre] L'ouverture de l'économie française et, plus généralement, son insertion dans le mouvement généralement qualifié de mondialisation sont des préoccupations constantes de l'opinion et ceci a déjà trouvé un écho dans plusieurs numéros consacrés à la question par Économie et Statistique : en 1994, sur le thème « Ouvertures à l'Est et au Sud » ; en 1997, sur « Progrès technique, commerce international et marché du travail » ; et en 1999 sur « Intégration économique et localisation des entreprises ».

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  • Antoine Bouët & Thierry Mayer, 2003. "Les entreprises sur les marchés mondiaux : nouveaux enjeux, nouvelles méthodes, nouvelles données," Économie et Statistique, Programme National Persée, vol. 363(1), pages 5-18.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:ecstat:estat_0336-1454_2003_num_363_1_7321
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