Jean-Frédéric Morin obtient une importante subvention de recherche du CRSH

Labour Issues and COVID-19

Un article signé par Bruno Larue dans  la Revue canadienne d'agroeconomie.

2018-3 Optimal Credible Warnings,

recherche multidisciplinaire par K. Akakpo, M. Boucher et V. Boucher

Singbo, A., Larue, B. et Tamini, L. D.

Félix Bélanger et Jean-Frédéric Morin publient un article dans Le Devoir

L'article intitulé "SpaceX et la pollution de l'espace" analyse la problématique de la...

Institutions et marchés

La recherche se concentre sur les principaux acteurs économiques, à savoir les individus et les firmes, qui évoluent dans un environnement changeant. Cet axe tente de répondre comment ces acteurs répondent aux internventions gouvernementales en termes de réglementations environnemtales et comment les régulateurs devraient anticiper ces comportements, possiblement stratégiques. Cet axe s'intéresse également aux ententes gouvernementales au niveau international, tels les traités et conventions en environnement.

2020-5 European's RASFF Border Rejections, African Countries's Reputation and Exports of Edible Vegetables and Fruits

The low level and frequent occurrences of zero trade flows observed between African and European countries are attributable to the increasing number of import refusals in the context of the constraint imposed by the requirement to comply with the food safety standards of the countries of the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF). In this paper, we assess the effects of European countries' import refusals on African exports of edible vegetables and fruits from 2008 to 2018.

2020-4 The Net Effect of Technical Non-Tariff Measures in OECD countries on African Exports of Plant Products

In this paper, we theoretically analyze the net effect of technical non-tariff measures (TNTMs) on bilateral trade and suggest a robust empirical approach to evaluate this effect. We assess the impediment, enhancement and net effects of the TNTMs in force in OECD countries on African exports of plant products.

2020-3 Disentangle the Effects of Compliance with Maximum Residue Limits for Pesticides on Production, Export supply and Import Demand: An application using African Trade of Mangoes to OECD Countries

The stringent technical non-tariff measures (TNTMs) such as maximum residue limits for pesticides (MRLs) may potentially reduce the propensity to produce and the volume of production and create uncertainty on the volume available for exporting as well as the probability to export. This article disentangles theoretically and empirically the effects of the MRLs for pesticides on the production, export supply and import demand.

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