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In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

Business & economic sciences => Macroeconomics & monetary economics

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  1. Macro-economic factors influencing the architectural business model shift in the pharmaceutical industry

    Dierks, Raphaela Marie Louisa; Bruyère, Olivier; Reginster, Jean-Yves; Richy, Florent
    Peer reviewed

  2. The Economic Forces Behind Deindustrialization: An Empirical Investigation

    Van Neuss, Leif
    The purpose of this paper is to provide an in-depth study of deindustrialization and to systematically analyze the reasons why the world’s most economically successful countries have experienced a sharp decline in relative manufacturing employment over the last decades. A large strand of empirical literature on deindustrialization aims at quantifying the relative importance of the economic forces behind deindustrialization, especially of the ‘internal’ and ‘external’ factors. While this study does not contradict the widespread belief that internal factors are quantitatively more important in explaining deindustrialization in advanced countries taken as a whole, our results, based on both static and dynamic...

  3. Public Education Expenditures, Growth and Income Inequality

    Artige, Lionel; Cavenaile, Laurent
    Peer reviewed

  4. Public Education Expenditures, Growth and Income Inequality

    Artige, Lionel; Cavenaile, Laurent

  5. Public Education Expenditures, Growth and Income Inequality

    Artige, Lionel

  6. Quels instruments pour quelle croissance ?

    Artige, Lionel; Donnay, Philippe

  7. La croissance de l'emploi salarié marchand en Belgique entre 2006 et 2007

    Reginster, Alexandre

  8. Modeling risk and expected returns in finance and macroeconomics

    Lejeune, Thomas
    This doctoral dissertation contributes to the modeling of risk and expected returns in the fields of finance and macroeconomics. On the finance side, the thesis proposes a portfolio choice model and a risk-return setup that simultaneously deal with agents’ unknown utility function, incomplete knowledge of financial return distributions, departures from the Gaussian distribution (i.e. asymmetry and fat-tail risks), investment horizons and investors’ objectives in terms of expected returns. On the macroeconomic side, the objective is to deliver a comprehensive picture of the financial sector in a general equilibrium framework, which accommodates the heterogeneity of behaviors within financial intermediaries. The first part...

  9. Liège. Où s’amorce le nouveau modèle économique wallon ? Où s’échoue le vieux modèle politique wallon ?

    Artige, Lionel

  10. Monetary Policy

    Artige, Lionel

  11. La crise financière 2007-2008

    Artige, Lionel

  12. Fascicule d'exercices d'Economie politique (Partim Macroéconomie)

    Fecher-Bourgeois, Fabienne

  13. Comptabilité Nationale

    Fecher-Bourgeois, Fabienne

  14. Perspectives économiques internationales et conjoncture belge : quels défis pour la Wallonie ?

    Artige, Lionel

  15. Regions, Political Economics and Economic Performance

    Artige, Lionel
    Université catholique de Louvain

  16. An empirical analysis of income convergence in the European Union

    Cavenaile, Laurent; Dubois, David
    In this article, we investigate the convergence process within the European Union. More particularly, we study the convergence process of the new entrants from Central and Eastern Europe and of the 15 Western countries between 1990 and 2007. Applying a panel approach to the convergence equation derived from the Solow model, we show that new entrants and former members of the European Union can be seen as belonging to different groups of convergence. The existence of heterogeneity in the European Union or the Eurozone might affect their stability as the recent Greece’s sovereign debt crisis illustrates it.

  17. Stock markets,banks and long run economic growth: a panel cointegration-based analysis

    Cavenaile, Laurent; Gengenbach, Christian; Palm, Franz
    The aim of this paper is to investigate the long run relationship between the development of banks and stock markets and economic growth. We make use of the Groen and Kleibergen (2003) panel cointegration methodology to test the number of cointegrating vectors among these three variables for 5 developing countries. In addition, we test the direction of potential causality between nancial and economic development. Our results conclude to the existence of a single cointegrating vector between nancial development and growth and of causality going from nancial development to economic growth. We nd little evidence of reverse causation as well as...

  18. A Monte Carlo Analysis of the VAR-Based Indirect Inference Estimation of DSGE Models

    Dubois, David
    In this paper we study estimation of DSGE models. More specifically, in the indirect inference framework, we analyze how critical is the choice of the reduced form model for estimation purposes. As it turns out, simple VAR parameters performs better than commonly used impulse response functions. This can be attributed to the fact that IRF worsen identifica- tion issues for models that are already plagued by that phenomenon.

  19. An Empirical Analysis of Income convergence in the European Union

    Cavenaile, Laurent; Dubois, David
    In this paper, we investigate the convergence process within the European Union (27 countries). More particularly, we study the convergence process of the new entrants from Central and Eastern Europe and of the 15 Western countries between 1990 and 2007. Applying a panel approach to the convergence equation derived by Mankiw et al. (1992) from the Solow model, we highlight the existence of heterogeneity in the European Union and show that new entrants and former members of the European Union can be seen as belonging to significantly differ- ent groups of convergence. The existence of heterogeneity in the European Union or...

  20. A Growth Model of Global Imbalances

    Artige, Lionel; Cavenaile, Laurent

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