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Soledad Zignago
Banque de France
International tradeEconomicsTrade barrierInternational economicsRegional integration
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#2Guillaume GaulierH-Index: 23
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Le traitement du surendettement, visant a apporter des solutions aux menages en difficulte financiere, a presque trente ans. Le nombre de dossiers deposes, qui avait cru dans les annees 1990 et 2000, a baisse de 30 % depuis 2014, grâce a la legislation contre les pratiques excessives en matiere de credit et a l’amelioration de la solvabilite des menages permise par la baisse des taux et les renegociations de credit. Le cadre legal d’accompagnement des menages surendettes, les modalites de traite...
#1Thierry Mayer (Banque de France)H-Index: 45
#2Vincent VicardH-Index: 1
Last. Soledad Zignago (Banque de France)H-Index: 18
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In this paper we quantify the ``Cost of Non-Europe'', i.e. the trade-related welfare gains each country member has reaped from the European Union. Thirty years after the terminology of Non-Europe was used to give estimates of the gains from further integration, we use modern versions of the gravity model to estimate the trade creation implied by the EU, and apply those to counterfactual exercises where for instance the EU returns to a ``normal'', shallow-type regional agreement, or reverts to WT...
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#1Thierry MayerH-Index: 45
#2Vincent VicardH-Index: 1
Last. Soledad ZignagoH-Index: 3
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Le processus d’integration europeenne fait aujourd’hui l’objet d’une remise en cause sans precedent dans un contexte global de defiance envers la mondialisation. Le Brexit, ajoute aux appels lances dans de nombreux pays europeens en faveur d'une inversion des principaux accords d'integration, dessine une sombre perspective pour le commerce europeen. Il est donc important d'evaluer les gains que les pays de l'Union europeenne ont retires de leur integration commerciale depuis 1957 et les couts au...
#1Guillaume GaulierH-Index: 23
#2Walter SteingressH-Index: 4
Last. Soledad ZignagoH-Index: 18
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Many analysts worry about the recent international trade slowdown.After the 2008 financial crisis, international trade of goods and world industrial production grew nearly at the same pace implying a trade elasticity of one. This stands in sharp contrast to the pre-crisis period when global trade increased more than two times faster than industrial production. This Rue de la Banque argues that (1) the long-run elasticity of world trade to income is one indeed, but (2) structural changes in China...
#1Angela Cheptea (INRA: Institut national de la recherche agronomique)H-Index: 6
#2Lionel Fontagné (Banque de France)H-Index: 37
Last. Soledad Zignago (Banque de France)H-Index: 18
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Using an econometric shift-share decomposition, we explain the redistribution of world market shares at the level of the product variety and by technological content. We decompose changes in market shares into structural effects (geographical and sectoral) and a pure performance effect. We regard the EU-27 as an integrated economy, excluding intra-EU trade. Revisiting the competitiveness issue in such a perspective sheds new light on the impact of emerging countries on the reshaping of world tra...
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#1Guillaume GaulierH-Index: 23
#2Gianluca SantoniH-Index: 6
Last. Soledad ZignagoH-Index: 18
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Over the past two decades, international trade has become a privileged engine of growth for much of the developing world. In the wake of the global crisis, countries must pay close attention to their positioning on the global map of trade and production and become aware of how they fare relative to competitors and to their past export performance. To which extent changes in their market shares are driven by exporter own supply-side capacity as opposed to external or compositional factors, dues t...
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#1Guillaume Gaulier (Banque de France)H-Index: 23
#2Gianluca SantoniH-Index: 6
Last. Soledad Zignago (Banque de France)H-Index: 18
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Over the past two decades, international trade has become a privileged engine of growth for much of the developing world. With the global economy evolving continuously and rapidly, countries must pay close attention to their positioning on the map of global trade and production. Within this framework, countries must also become aware of how they fare relative to competitors and to their past export performance. Of particular importance is the extent to which their performance is driven by export...
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#1Louise Curran (Toulouse Business School)H-Index: 10
#2Soledad Zignago (Banque de France)H-Index: 18
This article looks at the regionalization of trade in South America by looking at trends in trade during the 1994--2007 period. It finds that the increasing political will to strengthen regional arrangements, like Mercosur and the Andean Community, has not impacted extensively the overall level of regionalization of trade, which is relatively low and has not changed significantly over the period. Intermediates trade also remains relatively low within the region, which implies that regional produ...
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Last. Eduardo BianchiH-Index: 1
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En el ultimo decenio se verifica un significativo incremento de las exportaciones de varios paises de America Latina y el Caribe, hacia destinos dentro y fuera de la region. Dicho incremento de los vinculos comerciales no ha estado acompanado, sin embargo, de un aumento proporcional en las inversiones reciprocas entre los socios comerciales. Este hecho impide aprovechar indudables ventajas, entre las que vale destacar la posibilidad de diversificar y escalar la calidad (upgrade) de los vinculos ...
#1Enestor Dos SantosH-Index: 3
#2Soledad ZignagoH-Index: 18
Aprovechando un nuevo conjunto de datos que incluye el contenido tecnologico de cada producto asi como su calidad, examinamos algunos aspectos del flujo del intercambio comercial entre Brasil y China y cuestionamos la postura de que el crecimiento de China implicaria una desindustrializacion de las exportaciones brasilenas. Observamos que Brasil exporta cada vez mas productos con menor contenido tecnologico a China e importa cada vez mas bienes con mayor contenido tecnologico. La dimension de la...
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