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Migrations internationales : la mobilité des Hommes, facteur d'intégration régionale en Asie Orientale ?

  • Marie Coiffard

    (CREG - Centre de recherche en économie de Grenoble - Université Pierre Mendès-France - Grenoble II : EA4625)

  • Laëtitia Guilhot

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    (CREG - Centre de recherche en économie de Grenoble - Université Pierre Mendès-France - Grenoble II : EA4625)

Le processus d'intégration régionale en Asie Orientale se renforce au fil des années tant dans sa dimension économique que dans sa dimension institutionnelle. De multiples déterminants peuvent expliquer ce phénomène : les accords entre les pays, la proximité géographique, culturelle, linguistique, l'essor du niveau de vie des pays,... Les migrations entre les pays peuvent être aussi un de ces facteurs. L'objectif de ce papier est d'estimer l'impact des flux migratoires intra‐régionaux sur l'intégration commerciale est‐asiatique. En mobilisant un modèle de gravité en données de panel sur cinq décennies (1970 à 2010), ce papier met ainsi en évidence que la mobilité régionale du facteur de production, travail, permet de renforcer la régionalisation commerciale est‐asiatique, notamment la régionalisation des biens intermédiaires et des biens d'équipement. Une intégration régionale par l'offre est ancrée en Asie.

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Publication status: Published - Presented, XXVIIIèmes journées du développement ATM 2012 "Mobilités internationales, déséquilibres et développement : vers un développement durable et une mondialisation décarbonée ?", Association Tiers-Monde, Laboratoire d'économie d'Orléans, 2012, Orléans, France
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