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Politique économique et perspectives de croissance dans les économies émergentes d'Afrique

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  • Patrick GUILLAUMONT

    () (Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches sur le Développement International(CERDI))

  • Sylviane GUILLAUMONT JEANNENEY

    () (Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches sur le Développement International(CERDI))

  • Aristomène VAROUDAKIS

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Nous évaluons le potentiel de croissance des économies d'Afrique à l'horizon de 2010. L'analyse s'appuie sur l'estimation d'un modèle de croissance en données de panel, pour 39 économies d'Afrique et sept périodes quinquennales, couvrant les années 1960-95. Nos simulations s'appuient sur un "scénario de base", consistant à extrapoler les politiques observées et un scénario "d'Afrique émergente" où certaines économies africaines poursuivent les réformes déjà amorcées et améliorent durablement leurs performances. Nos résultats permettent de décomposer les gains attendus d'une amélioration durable des politiques en Afrique.

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  • Patrick GUILLAUMONT & Sylviane GUILLAUMONT JEANNENEY & Aristomène VAROUDAKIS, 1999. "Politique économique et perspectives de croissance dans les économies émergentes d'Afrique," Working Papers 199902, CERDI.
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