CEPII, Recherche et Expertise sur l'economie mondiale
The Usual Suspects. Offenders' Origin, Media Reporting and Natives' Attitudes Towards Immigration
The Economic Journal, vol. 134(657), p.322-364, August 2024
Jérôme Valette, Sekou Keita, Thomas Renault

How do political tensions and geopolitical risks impact oil prices?
Energy Economics, vol. 129, January 2024
Valérie Mignon, Jamel Saadaoui

What Makes Econometric Ideas Popular: The Role of Connectivity
Research Policy, Forthcoming, 2024
Bertrand Candelon, Marc Joëts, Valérie Mignon

On the time-varying impact of China's bilateral political relations on its trading partners: “Doux commerce” or “trade follows the flag”?
China Economic Review, vol. 84, 2024
Antonio Afonso, Valérie Mignon, Jamel Saadaoui

Free Trade Agreements and the movement of business people
Journal of Economic Geography, 2024
Camilo Umana DajudThierry MayerHillel Rapoport

Second-generation immigrants and native attitudes toward immigrants in Europe
Migration studies, 2024
Anthony EdoIsabelle Bensidoun, Oscar Barrera

Asymmetries in the oil market: Accounting for the growing role of China through quantile regressions
Macroeconomic Dynamics, Forthcoming, 2024
Valérie Mignon, Jamel Saadaoui

Automation, global value chains and functional specialization
Review of International Economics, October 2023
Lionel FontagnéAriell ReshefGianluca Santoni, Giulio Vannelli

Love of variety and gains from trade
European Economic Review, vol. 158, p.104558, August 2023
Christophe GouelSébastien Jean

Are your labor shares set in Beijing? The view through the lens of global value chains
European Economic Review, vol. 155, June 2023
Ariell ReshefGianluca Santoni