CEPIICentre d'Etudes Prospectives et d'Informations Internationales (French: Institute for Research on the International Economy)
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Sekkat, 2001, "Sector Sensitivity to Exchange Rate Fluctuations", Document de travail, CEPII, no 11.
Aglietta, M.; Brand, T.: <<La stagnation seculaire dans les cycles financiers de longue periode>>, in CEPII: L'economie mondiale 2016, La Decouverte, Paris 2015.
"Notes on CEPII's Distances Measures: The GeoDist Database," Working Papers 2011-25, CEPII Research Center, 2011.
Data on distance, language, and colony status came from the CEPII database "dist_cepii.xls." Data on RTA were available at http://www.wto.org/english/tratop_e/region_e/region_e.htm.
The unemployment data is reported in the work of Pierre Villa and can be found at the CEPII webpage http:// www.cepii.fr/francgraph/bdd/villa/mode.htm.
The data related to the distance between capital cities, countries sharing borders and common language was obtained from French Centre for Exploratory studies and International Information (Le CEPII, Centre d'Etudes Prospectives et d'Informations Internationales).
"The International Role of the Euro," CEPII, Paris 1998.
Moreover, from the "GEODIST" database of the French Institute for Research in the field of international economics (CEPII) we selected the distance variable, which is measured using the geographical coordinates of Zagreb and capital of the trading partner (Centre d'Etudes Prospectives et d'Informations Internationales (2011)).
the CEPII and CPR studies consider free labour and capital mobility (full employment) --and are obtained without paying due attention to either (macro and social) costs (Dieter, 2014) or negative third-country effects.
See CEPII (Centre d'Etudes Prospectives et d'Informations Internationales); available online at http://www.cepii.fr.
The definition of high-tech products used in CEPII studies refers to this second way [Fontagne et alii, 1999].