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Do political institutions improve the effect of remittances on economic growth? Evidence from  South-Mediterranean countries

Do political institutions improve the effect of remittances on economic growth? Evidence from South-Mediterranean countries

... South-Mediterranean countries over the period ...However, countries with good institutions register a high growth rate comparing to countries with poor ...

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Rehabilitation ecology by revegetation. Approach and results from two Mediterranean countries.

Rehabilitation ecology by revegetation. Approach and results from two Mediterranean countries.

... Nevertheless studies have focused on many applications concerning revegetation operations in many different conditions. The use of well suited, adapted species as well as native species has proven better efficiency in ...

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Similarity and competition in the agri-food trade among European mediterranean countries

Similarity and competition in the agri-food trade among European mediterranean countries

... not been found at the QSI level. Therefore, the crisis seems to have not influenced the similarity between Italy and the EU Mediterranean countries analyzed in North America. However, at the sectoral level, ...

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Promoting sustainable food systems in Mediterranean countries: a framework to implement recommendations and actions

Promoting sustainable food systems in Mediterranean countries: a framework to implement recommendations and actions

... in Mediterranean countries as well as in Nordic countries consists of taking part in traditional recipes with other vegetables, fish and small amounts of ...these countries, but does represent ...

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Some prospects on food industry in Euro-Mediterranean countries

Some prospects on food industry in Euro-Mediterranean countries

... L’archive ouverte pluridisciplinaire HAL, est destinée au dépôt et à la diffusion de documents scientifiques de niveau recherche, publiés ou non, émanant des établissements d’enseignemen[r] ...

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Determinants  of remittances to Southern Mediterranean countries : when History matters !  The teachings of two new surveys.

Determinants of remittances to Southern Mediterranean countries : when History matters ! The teachings of two new surveys.

... The insurance contract made between migrants and households is often measured by analysing the effect of shocks on the families and the impact of shocks affecting migrants on remittances. An accidental event affecting ...

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Determinants and uses of remittances to Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries : Insights from a new survey

Determinants and uses of remittances to Southern and Eastern Mediterranean countries : Insights from a new survey

... used for the data analysis and located in departments with the highest number of inhabitants from the countries under study, namely the following French departments : Ile de France, Rhône, Bouches du Rhône, Nord ...

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Identifying trends and sources of uncertainty in potential rice productions under climate change in Mediterranean countries

Identifying trends and sources of uncertainty in potential rice productions under climate change in Mediterranean countries

... producing countries (Tao and Zhang, 2013; Zhang et ...a Mediterranean climate, therefore main constraints are cold temperatures (Jena and Hardy, 2012) leading to damages from sowing (germination efficiency) ...

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Migration and Determinants of Remittances to Southern Mediterranean Countries: when history matters! Insights of two new surveys

Migration and Determinants of Remittances to Southern Mediterranean Countries: when history matters! Insights of two new surveys

... 1 Introduction Over the last few years, an abundance of economic literature, both theoretical and empirical, has attempted to bring new light on the factors determining preferences for redistribution (PFR) either as ...

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MIGRATIONS AND DETERMINANTS OF REMITTANCES TO SOUTHERN MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES: WHEN HISTORY MATTERS !

MIGRATIONS AND DETERMINANTS OF REMITTANCES TO SOUTHERN MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES: WHEN HISTORY MATTERS !

... African countries (Itzigsohn, 1995, Agarwal, Horowitz, 2002, Gubert, 2002 and Osili, 2007), but this relationship turns out not to be significant for many other regions (Osaki, 2003, Holst, Schrooten, 2006, ...

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Plant Protection in Mediterranean Agroecosystems

Plant Protection in Mediterranean Agroecosystems

... the Mediterranean requires a Euro-Mediterranean mobilization on this ...the Mediterranean identity and represents an essential determinant for the economies and companies of the ...the ...

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Education, corruption and growth in developing countries

Education, corruption and growth in developing countries

... developing countries? Corruption, the poor enforce- ment of property rights, the government share of GDP, the regulations it imposes might influence the Total Factor Productivity (TFP thereafter) of a country’s ...

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Elections and Economic Policy in Developing Countries

Elections and Economic Policy in Developing Countries

... 3. EMPIRICAL STRATEGY AND PRESENTATION OF THE DATA 3.1. Estimation Method The dependent variable in our analysis is economic policy and governance rather than economic performance. This has the important advantage of ...

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Should Risk Averse Countries be Trade Averse?

Should Risk Averse Countries be Trade Averse?

... òçó äå‚æHç èeô.[r] ...

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The security challenges in conflict prone countries

The security challenges in conflict prone countries

... low-income countries democracy seems not to be the key solution to political violence, and indeed seems likely to intensify the problem of maintaining ...low-income countries find particularly ...low-income ...

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Three essays on technical non-tariff measures in developed countries and African countries' international trade in agricultural products

Three essays on technical non-tariff measures in developed countries and African countries' international trade in agricultural products

... African countries from the UN WITS data- base 7 for the period ...member countries (28 EU Member States, Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland and Switzerland) to share information related to food safety risks and ...

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The heterogeneous effects of trade on asymmetric countries

The heterogeneous effects of trade on asymmetric countries

... This New New Trade Theory highlighted three gains from Trade. Trade liberalization reallocates market shares from low productivity domestic suppliers to very productive foreign exporters. This forces the least efficient ...

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Mediterranean diet intervention alters the gut microbiome in older people reducing frailty and improving health status: the NU-AGE 1-year dietary intervention across five European countries

Mediterranean diet intervention alters the gut microbiome in older people reducing frailty and improving health status: the NU-AGE 1-year dietary intervention across five European countries

... The positive influence of the diet- modulated microbiome change on health status is likely to be driven by specific microbial metabolites. Given that faecal metabolomic data were unavail- able for the individuals, we ...

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Circulation in the Mediterranean Sea

Circulation in the Mediterranean Sea

... However, the debate about the major features of the circulation in the western basin might about to become a debate of the past while, for the eastern basin, it is just being initiated. Indeed, intensive experiments ...

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Geoarcheology of ancient mediterranean harbours

Geoarcheology of ancient mediterranean harbours

... the Mediterranean, the foundation of harbours corresponds to an important point in time, when the coastal landscapes stopped evolving in a natural manner and were transformed and urbanised in ways that had no ...

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