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This paper uses a meta-regression analysis (MRA) to evaluate the impact of publication selection bias as for the macroeconomic effects of inflation targeting (IT) – a popular approach to implementing monetary policy – documented in the existing literature. Using 8,059 point estimates from 113 studies, we show that a significant part of the document...
Inflation targeting (IT) has gained much traction over the past two decades, becoming a framework of reference for the conduct of monetary policy. However, the debate about its very merits and macroeconomic consequences remains inconclusive. This paper digs deeper into the issue through a meta-regression analysis (MRA) of the existing literature, m...
While it is often alleged that oil endowment might influence the destination of foreign aid, there is lack of empirical evidence of how and why such an effect may come into play, and even less so of the channels through which it works. This paper aims to bring evidence that contributes to address those points. Specifically, we investigate the role...
This paper describes the aid allocation behaviours of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) donors and their response to the emergence of China in the aid landscape. Our analysis presents evidences of donors' competition in Africa. We investigate whether African countries with the Chinese influence expanding receive favourable aid modalities f...
From the perspective of recipients, the increasing influence of China and emerging donors in the aid landscape represents an opportunity to attract additional resources to finance development and improve their control over their development agenda. This paper investigates how African countries and other LMICs deal with this complex and changing aid...
From the perspective of recipients, the presence of emerging donors in the aid landscape represents an opportunity to attract additional resources to finance development. This paper investigates how low income countries deal with this complex and changing aid landscape and explore how this situation influences their macroeconomic management of aid...
Etant donnée la capacité limitée de la majorité des pays en développement à mobiliser des ressources domestiques suffisantes notamment à travers la taxation, le financement extérieur du développement s’est avéré essentiel pour soutenir des programmes d’investissement publics visant à construire un capital public dans les infrastructures, la santé o...
The project has two goals: - Analyse the evolution of social spending and inequality after the reform - Assess the impact of Fossil Fuel Subsidies reform on C02 emissions