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Transferts de fonds, capacité d’absorption et syndrome hollandais : cas du Maroc


  • Farid MAKHLOUF

    () (Groupe ESC Pau)


Pour le Maroc, les transferts de fonds des migrants augmentent de manière continue et constituent une source non négligeable de financement. Ce papier diagnostique la présence du syndrome hollandais au Maroc. Pour ce faire, il examine la relation entre les transferts de fonds et le taux de change réel effectif. En utilisant la technique bayésienne, nous avons trouvé que les transferts de fonds n’engendrent pas une appréciation du taux de change effectif.

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  • Farid MAKHLOUF, 2014. "Transferts de fonds, capacité d’absorption et syndrome hollandais : cas du Maroc," Working Papers 2101, Groupe ESC Pau, Research Department, revised Dec 2014.
  • Handle: RePEc:pau:wpaper:2101

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