PropriÃ©tÃ©s cycliques des transferts de fonds des migrants marocains
Le phÃ©nomÃ¨ne de transferts de fonds suscite un dÃ©bat passionnant au sein de la classe politique, des chercheurs et des universitaires. Ceci est dÃ» au fait quâ€™il touche Ã des aspects humains, Ã©conomiques et financiers. Les transferts de fonds sont considÃ©rÃ©s comme Ã©tant une source de financement importante pour la majoritÃ© des pays en dÃ©veloppement. Le Maroc nâ€™Ã©chappe pas Ã cette logique. Il est, en effet, lâ€™un des pays qui reÃ§oit le plus de transferts de fonds dans le monde. Lâ€™objet de cet article est dâ€™Ã©tudier les propriÃ©tÃ©s cycliques des transferts de fonds vers le Maroc. En utilisant des filtres Ã©conomÃ©triques adÃ©quats et pertinents ainsi que des donnÃ©es trimestrielles nous arrivons Ã mettre en lumiÃ¨re des aspects empiriques importants des transferts de fonds. En effet, les transferts de fonds constituent un enjeu majeur pour lâ€™Ã©conomie marocaine, de mÃªme, jouer les rÃ´les importants de stabilisateur et dâ€™amortisseurs. Remittances raise a fascinating debate in the political class, researchers and academics. This is because they affect human, economic and financial aspects. In Morocco, remittances are considered an important source of funding. It is, indeed, one of the countries that receive the most remittances in the world. The aim of this paper is to study the cyclical properties of remittances to Morocco. Using appropriate data and relevant econometric filters we can highlight important empirical aspects of remittances. Indeed, remittances constitute a major challenge for the Moroccan economy as well, play important roles in stabilizing and as a shock absorber
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