Anne-Sophie Robilliard

Anne-Sophie Robilliard
Institute of Research for Development | IRD · 225 - Development, Institutions and Globalization (DIAL)

Ph D from Université Paris 1

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January 1999 - February 2001
International Food Policy Research Institute
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Abstract In this paper, a novel approach is implemented to quantify the effects on poverty and inequality of the financial crisis that hit Indonesia in 1997. It relies on the combination,of a microsimulation,model and a standard CGE model. These two models are used in a sequential fashion in order to simulate the impact of the crisis and to examine...
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In this paper, we measure, compare and analyse gender and ethnic earnings gaps in seven West African capitals using data from an original series of urban household surveys. Our results show that gender earnings gaps are large in all the cities in our sample with significant variations across cities. Cities with large gender earnings gaps are also w...
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The objective of this study is to analyse and compare the incidence of fiscal systems of 3 western African countries: Côte d’Ivoire, Mali and Senegal. The analysis relies on different data and tools: (1) individual and household level data from 3 recent household surveys (EMOP 2011, ESPS 2011, ENV 2014), (2) a detailed description of the 3 fiscal s...
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The objective of this article is to assess the distributive impact of private transfers received by households in Senegal using data from the Senegal Poverty Monitoring Survey of 2011. This assessment is based on the comparison of the distribution of disposable income compared to that of counterfactual income in the absence of transfers. This count...
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The objective of this article is to assess the distributive impact of private transfers received by households in Senegal using data from the Senegal Poverty Monitoring Survey of 2011. This assessment is based on the comparison of the distribution of disposable income compared to that of counterfactual income in the absence of transfers. This count...
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La réduction des inégalités est dorénavant inscrite par les États membres des Nations unies comme un objectif dans le nouvel agenda international de développement à l'horizon 2030. Dans cet article, les auteurs s'interrogent sur les enjeux conceptuels, statistiques et politiques de cet objectif. Elles résument d'abord comment la question des inégal...
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Alors que les États membres des Nations unies ont inscrit la réduction des inégalités comme un Objectif dans le nouvel Agenda international de développement à l'horizon 2030, ce chapitre interroge les enjeux conceptuels, statistiques et politiques de cet Objectif. Après avoir résumé comment la question des inégalités s'inscrit dans les débats sur l...
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Alors qu’il existe des preuves solides d’un déclin de la pauvreté absolue dans les pays en développement au cours des trente dernières années (Ravallion, 2016), l’analyse des données disponibles sur les inégalités de niveau de vie présente une image plus complexe et plus nuancée de leur évolution au niveau mondial. Les données disponibles montrent,...
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Le Mali contemporain ? Il est bien différent des images que les médias diffusent ! La société malienne a considérablement évolué depuis l’indépendance, les jeunes y sont beaucoup plus nombreux et mieux informés, les femmes plus actives. Mais les changements qui ont marqué notamment la gouvernance et la situation économique paraissent décalés au reg...
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Dans de nombreux pays africains, les données relatives au marché du travail ne sont pas disponibles sur une base régulière et la façon dont les enquêtes et recensements auprès des ménages mesurent l'emploi diffère grandement, à la fois dans le temps et entre les pays. Ces différences, susceptibles d'influencer les statistiques produites indépendamm...
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Cet article étudie les chances d'insertion sur le marché du travail des migrants de retour au Mali à partir des données de l'Enquête Modulaire et Permanente auprès des Ménages (EMOP) réalisée en 2011. Nous analysons d'une part l'impact de la migration de retour sur l'orientation sectorielle sur le marché du travail et d'autre part son effet sur le...
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Les études sur la variabilité temporelle et spatiale de la participation des femmes au marché du travail restent rares en Afrique subsaharienne. L'étude fait recours aux méthodes de régression à effets fixes-pays et aux régressions en différences premières, puisque menée à partir de 86 bases de données des enquêtes démographiques et de santé (EDS)...
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This paper investigates the eect of several survey questionnaire characteristics on em- ployment statistics. It also assess the dierences in sensitivity to survey design across gender and living area. Indeed, as suggested in the literature, women, especially those living in rural areas, are expected to be more sensitive than men to survey design, d...
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A l'instar de nombreux pays africains, les politiques publiques de développement du Sénégal s'inscrivent, depuis le début des années 2000, dans le cadre des Objectifs du Millénaire pour le Développement (OMD) de lutte contre la pauvreté.
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Senegal faces daunting policy challenges if it is to meet the millennium development goals (MDGs). The country’s economic and social developments to a large extent resemble those of other West African economies. In the 1970s, GDP growth closely tracked the average for all sub-Saharan African countries. Growth started to decelerate progressively in...
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Progress towards the MDGs is expected to slow as a consequence of the global economic downturn. This study applies an economy-wide framework to analyze the impact of the crisis on MDG achievement in six Latin American countries. It finds significant setbacks towards the goals and, in the case of the region’s low-income countries, the cost of achiev...
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(english) The objective of this study is to take stock of the economic and social achievements of Senegal during the first part of president Wade’s term of office (2001 to 2006). More specifically, we examine the efficiency of the “Accelerated Growth Strategy” (Stratégie de Croissance Accélérée in French or SCA) in the fight against poverty. We sta...
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Vietnam joined the World Trade Organization in January 2007. The fast economic growth observed for the last decades has resulted in a strong reduction of poverty and increasing inequalities. This paper evaluates the potential distributive impact of the WTO accession using a macro-micro model. The latter couples a CGE model, including imperfect labo...
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This paper analyzes complementarities between different Millennium Development Goals, focusing on child mortality and how it is influenced by progress in the other goals, in particular two goals related to the expansion of female education: universal primary education and gender equality in education. The authors provide evidence from eight Sub-Sah...
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Le lien contenu dans cette notice donne accès à la version working paper, intitulée "Le ciblage des politiques de lutte contre la pauvreté : quel bilan des expériences dans les pays en développement ?" oui
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Dans cet article, nous analysons les différences de genre en matière de performances sur le marché du travail de Madagascar à l’aide d’enquêtes ménages menées au niveau national en 2001 et en 2005. Grâce à ces deux points dans le temps, nous examinons la dynamique des déterminants de l’allocation sectorielle et de l’écart de gains entre sexes. Nos...
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Au Mali, il est entendu que la situation des producteurs de coton est meilleure que celle des producteurs de produits viviers. Cependant, les statistiques officielles de la pauvreté suggèrent que la région de Sikasso - région dans la quelle le coton est essentiellement cultivé fait partie des régions les plus pauvres du pays et que les producteurs...
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(english) In Mali, the situation of cotton growing households has traditionally been considered as more favorable than that of food crop producers. However, official statistics on poverty suggest that the cotton growing region of Sikasso is among the poorest regions of the country and that cotton producers are on average poorer than all other farme...
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(english) Fiscal constraints and policy changes to improve effectiveness of programs in reducing poverty has progressively led the international community to use tools for reaching the poor. Targeting antipoverty interventions is one of them. This paper aims at providing a general review of experiences of targeted poverty alleviation policies in de...
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The Czech Republic is facing a population ageing phenomenon. In addition, its demographic structure is expected to change dramatically over the next 50 years. We apply a stylised overlapping generation model in order to analyse the potential effects of the expected demographic changes on aggregate economic performance taking into account alternativ...
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Most households in rural Madagascar are engaged in agriculture and derive a large share of their income from the production of food or cash crops and from animal husbandry. However, agricultural yields can be extremely volatile due to weather conditions, pests, insects, rodents and other calamities. As a result, households record large fluctuations...
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(english) The strong growth of the Vietnamese economy over the last two decades has brought about sweeping economic and social changes. In particular, there has been a sharp downturn in poverty along with an upturn in social inequalities (albeit not as sharp as in China). This makes the question of the distributional impact of the country’s WTO acc...
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Indonesia experienced rapid growth and the expansion of the formal financial sector during the last quarter of the 20th century. Although this tendency was reversed by the shock of the financial crisis that spread throughout Asia in 1997 and 1998, macroeconomic stability has since then been restored, and poverty has been reduced to pre-crisis level...
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To analyze issues of income distribution, most disaggregated macroeconomic models of the computable general equilibrium (CGE) type specify a few representative household groups (RHG) differentiated by their endowments of factors of production. To capture “within-group” inequality, it is often assumed, in addition, that each RHG represents an aggreg...
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We present the framework of a macro-micro simulation model for the study of the impact of economic policies on income distribution and monetary poverty in Madagascar. Modelling options and choices are discussed for the micro-economic module and for the macro-micro linkages. Econometric estimations and calibration of the occupational choice / labor...
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This paper presents an approach to reconciling household surveys and national accounts data. The problem is how to use the information provided by the national accounts data to re-estimate the household weights used in the survey so that the survey results are consistent with the aggregate data. The estimation approach uses an estimation criterion...
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In this paper, a novel approach is implemented to quantify the effects on poverty and inequality of the financial crisis that hit Indonesia in 1997. It relies on the combination of a microsimulation model and a standard CGE model. These two models are used in a sequential fashion in order to simulate the impact of the crisis and to examine counterf...
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This paper presents a microsimulation model in a General Equilibrium framework applied to Madagascar. The model is primarily focused on labor markets and labor allocation at the household level, and consumption behavior is also modeled. At the aggregate level, it allows for the endogenous determination of relative prices between sectors. The model...
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There is widespread agreement on the need for land reform in Zimbabwe as a means of reducing poverty. This paper assesses the potential consequences of a land-reform scheme that draws on proposals from Zimbabwe's government in 1998 and 1999. The authors analyze the impact of the reform on resettled farm households and as a development project for w...
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This paper presents an applied microsimulation model built on household data with explicit treatment of heterogeneity of skills, labor preferences and opportunities, and consumption preferences at the individual and/or household level, while allowing for an endogenous determination of relative prices between sectors. The model is primarily focused...
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L'objet de ce papier est l'étude des déterminants de l'offre de riz des ménages agricoles malgaches à partir des enquêtes des Observatoires Ruraux de 1996. Plusieurs démarches sont envisagées. Tout d'abord, l'étude des déterminants du rendement du riz au niveau des parcelles permet de prendre en compte un grand nombre de facteurs techniques et de m...
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[eng] Devaluation and food consumption in the franc zone. the case of Burkina Faso. . The decision of devaluating de F CFA should generate the decrease of imports, the improvement of exports competiti- vity, and of economic development in general, in particular of the agricultural sector. However, these effects can have negative social consequences...
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This paper presents a modeling technique that integrates a static microsimulation module of labor supply/income and consumption demand, based on a cross sectional survey data with a static (CGE type) macro module. This simulation model is designed to study the short to medium term impact of policies that both select individuals within groups and ha...

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