Antoine Bouet
Antoine Bouet
Senior Research Fellow IFPRI - Professor of Economics University of Bordeaux
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Multilateral agricultural trade liberalisation: The contrasting fortunes of developing countries in the Doha round
A BouŽt, JC Bureau, Y Decreux, S Jean
World Economy 28 (9), 1329-1354, 2005
A consistent, ad-valorem equivalent measure of applied protection across the world: The MAcMap-HS6 database
A BouŽt, Y Decreux, LG Fontagnť, S Jean, D Laborde
CEPII working paper, 2004
Assessing applied protection across the world
A BouŽt, Y Decreux, L Fontagnť, S Jean, D Laborde
Review of International Economics 16 (5), 850-863, 2008
The expected benefits of trade liberalization for world income and development: Opening the" black box" of global trade modeling
A BouŽt
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2008
Food crisis and export taxation: the cost of non-cooperative trade policies
A BouŽt, D Laborde Debucquet
Review of World Economics 148, 209-233, 2012
Is erosion of tariff preferences a serious concern?
A BouŽt, L Fontagnť, S Jean
Agricultural trade reform and the Doha Development Agenda, 161-92, 2006
Economics of export taxation in a context of food crisis: a theoretical and CGE approach contribution
A Bouet, DL Debucquet
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), 2010
US trade wars in the twenty‐first century with emerging countries: Make America and its partners lose again
A BouŽt, D Laborde
The World Economy 41 (9), 2276-2319, 2018
More or less ambition in the Doha round: Winners and losers from trade liberalisation with a development perspective
A BouŽt, S Mevel, D Orden
World Economy 30 (8), 1253-1280, 2007
Market access maps: a bilateral and disaggregated measure of market access
A BouŽt, L Fontagnť, M Mimouni, X Pichot
Document de travail CEPII 18, 2001
Assessing the potential cost of a failed Doha Round
A BouŽt, D Laborde
World Trade Review 9 (2), 319-351, 2010
The potential cost of a failed Doha Round
A Bouet, D Laborde
Available at SSRN 1396335, 2009
The costs and benefits of duty-free, quota-free market access for poor countries: Who and what matters
A BouŽt, D Laborde-Debucquet, E Dienesch, K Elliott
Journal of Globalization and Development 3 (1), 2012
Trade protection and tax evasion: Evidence from Kenya, Mauritius, and Nigeria
A Bouet, D Roy
The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 21 (2), 287-320, 2012
Modeling the global trade and environmental impacts of biofuel policies
A BouŽt, BV Dimaranan, H Valin
International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), 2010
What can the poor expect from trade liberalization? Opening the" black box" of trade modeling
A BouŽt
Measuring trade integration in Africa
A BouŽt, L Cosnard, D Laborde
Journal of Economic Integration, 937-977, 2017
A global assessment of the economic effects of export taxes
D Laborde, C Estrades, A Bouet
The World Economy 36 (10), 1333-1354, 2013
Does Africa trade less than it should, and if so, why? The role of market access and domestic factors
A Bouet, S Mishra, D Roy
Intl Food Policy Res Inst, 2008
La mesure des protections commerciales nationales
A BouŽt
CEPII research center Working Papers, 2000
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