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Tendances de la spécialisation des pays méditerranéens et impact sur la croissance dans le cadre d’une comparaison Partenaires Méditerranéens- Pays de l’Est Européen

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  • MENEGALDO Fabienne

    (Université de la Méditerranée CEFI)

  • PALMERO Sandra

    (Université de la Méditerranée CEFI)

  • ROUX Nathalie

    (Université de la Méditerranée CEFI)

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La présente contribution tentera d’examiner dans quelle mesure certaines spécialisations que l’on peut observer dans l’ensemble euro- méditerranéen, sur la période 1990-2001 permettent d’exhiber des effets sur la croissance. La fragmentation internationale des processus de production, dès lors qu’elle est commandée par des opérateurs extérieurs, constitue-t-elle un élément favorisant la croissance à long terme des pays méditerranéens ? et permet-elle une montée en gamme sur la chaîne de production ?

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  • MENEGALDO Fabienne & PALMERO Sandra & ROUX Nathalie, 2004. "Tendances de la spécialisation des pays méditerranéens et impact sur la croissance dans le cadre d’une comparaison Partenaires Méditerranéens- Pays de l’Est Européen," International Trade 0404004, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpit:0404004
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