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Transport, croissance et démographie. Une analyse cliométrique

  • Riadh Harizi

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    (LAMETA/CNRS, Université de Sousse (Institut Supérieur du Transport et de la Logistique), Tunisie.)

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    Bien qu’une relation très étroite ait été établie entre le transport et la croissance dans de nombreuses approches théoriques, les mécanismes régissant les différentes causalités entre les deux sphères sont très peu étudiés de manière empirique. L’objet de cet article est, dès lors, de proposer une analyse cliométrique permettant d’étudier et de déterminer les différentes relations entre les variables du système de transport et la croissance économique et démographique, ici pour le cas de la Tunisie (1962-2005). Est-ce que les transports influencent la croissance économique ? Cette influence est-elle réciproque ? Si oui, existe-il un effet de « boucle rétroactive » entre les investissements dans le domaine de transport et la croissance économique et démographique ?

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    Paper provided by Association Française de Cliométrie (AFC) in its series Working Papers with number 07-09.

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    Length: 27 pages
    Date of creation: 2007
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    Handle: RePEc:afc:wpaper:07-09
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