Laboratoire de recherche en économie (EA 7263)


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Hélène MAISONNAVE
Mél : helene.maisonnave@univ-lehavre.fr

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EDEHN - Université du Havre
25, rue Philippe Lebon
BP1123
76063 Le Havre cedex
France

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Publication Economic Modelling

"The impact of remittances on savings, capital and economic growth in small emerging countries" publié par Zouhair Ait Benhamou & Lesly Cassin

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Publication Environmental Research Letters

Identifying hot-spots for microplastic contamination in agricultural soils—a spatial modelling approach for Germany

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Publication Journal of Demographic Economics

"The South’s demographic transition and international capital flows in a financially integrated world economy" publié par Frédéric Gannon, Gilles Le Garrec et Vincent Touzé.

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Publication Policy Brief T2020 (Think-tank G20)

Beyond The Tyranny Of The Urgent - Long-Term Systemic And Intersectoral Reforms On Gender-Related Health Barriers In Covid-19 Recovery

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Publication Science & Diplomacy

"France’s Science Diplomacy", publié par Pierre-Bruno Ruffini.

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Publication South African Journal of Economics

A computable general equilibrium model linked to a microsimulation model is applied to assess the potential short‐term effects on the South African economy of the ongoing COVID‐19 pandemic.

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Publication The Conversation

Corruption in state-owned companies hurts low skilled workers the most : we show how

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Publication The Conversation

Microplastics aren’t just a problem for the ocean – they’re in our soils too.

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Publication The Conversation

New research : how Covid-19 has made life harder for South African women

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Publication The Hague Journal of Diplomacy

"Collaboration and Competition : The Twofold Logic of Science Diplomacy" publié par Pierre-Bruno Ruffini

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