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La viabilité de l'Association des Nations d'Asie du Sud-Est au regard de l'analyse des échanges intra-zone

Ce travail a pour objectif d'étudier l'efficacité de l'ASEAN. En effet, pour les pays y adhérant, toute zone de libre-échange est créer dans le but de réaliser des gains de bien-être. Notre étude cherche à démontrer si les pays asiatiques ont tiré des avantages de cette intégration et donc si l'ASEAN a favorisé leur développement. Il existe différentes sortes de bénéfices à l'échange dont les deux principaux sont les gains statiques et les gains dynamiques. Dans un premier temps, nous essayerons de mettre en évidence, par le calcul de différents indicateurs, si cette intégration régionale est créatrice de commerce ou bien, si elle entraîne des détournements de commerce. Ensuite, nous tenterons de mettre en exergue l'apport de gains dynamiques de cette Association. Dans un troisième temps, nous étudierons l'évolution des échanges intra et extra ASEAN car ils permettent de rendre compte de l'état d'avancement d'une intégration régionale. Dans un dernier point, nous développerons un modèle gravitationnel qui a pour but de quantifier la proximité régionale entre les pays.

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Paper provided by Groupe d'Economie du Développement de l'Université Montesquieu Bordeaux IV in its series Documents de travail with number 68.

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Length: 18 pages
Date of creation: Jan 2002
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Handle: RePEc:mon:ceddtr:68
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