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Competition from emerging countries, international relocation and their impacts on employment

Guillaume Daudin (), Jean-Luc Gaffard (), Sandrine Levasseur, Catherine Mathieu (), Georges Pujals, Michel Quéré and Henri Sterdyniak ()
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Georges Pujals: Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques
Michel Quéré: Groupe de Recherche en Droit, Economie et Gestion

No 2005-9, Sciences Po publications from Sciences Po

Abstract: International relocation has become a topical issue in recent months, in France as elsewhere in Europe. This working paper is a set of four articles. Guillaume Daudin and Sandrine Levasseur provide an assessment of the impact of international relocation on French employment. Georges Pujals deals with offshore outsourcing in the financial sector from a European perspective. Catherine Mathieu and Henri Sterdyniak focus on policy measures taken or to be taken in face of job losses in the French economy. Jean-Luc Gaffard and Michel Quéré show that free competition alone is not optimal for European economies and that a combination of structural and growth oriented macroeconomic policies is needed.

Date: 2005-06
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