Marin Ferry : Citation Profile


Are you Marin Ferry?

Université Paris-Est (80% share)
DIAL (20% share)

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RESEARCH PRODUCTION:

4

Articles

12

Papers

RESEARCH ACTIVITY:

   7 years (2013 - 2020). See details.
   Cites by year: 4
   Journals where Marin Ferry has often published
   Relations with other researchers
   Recent citing documents: 0.    Total self citations: 5 (13.89 %)

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Relations with other researchers


Works with:

Raffinot, Marc (5)

Chauvet, Lisa (4)

Wagner, Laurent (3)

Tapsoba, Sampawende (3)

Authors registered in RePEc who have co-authored more than one work in the last five years with Marin Ferry.

Is cited by:

Fodha, Mouez (7)

Miller, Stephen (3)

Wohar, Mark (3)

GUPTA, RANGAN (3)

Kosempel, Stephen (2)

Annen, Kurt (2)

Calderon, Cesar (2)

Raffinot, Marc (2)

Essers, Dennis (1)

Cassimon, Danny (1)

Verbeke, Karel (1)

Cites to:

Cassimon, Danny (20)

Van Campenhout, Bjorn (14)

Raffinot, Marc (13)

Presbitero, Andrea (8)

Krugman, Paul (6)

Depetris Chauvin, Nicolas (5)

Imbs, Jean (5)

Ranciere, Romain (5)

Cagé, Julia (5)

Kraay, Aart (5)

Morrissey, Oliver (5)

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Where Marin Ferry has published?


Working Papers Series with more than one paper published# docs
Working Papers / DIAL (Dveloppement, Institutions et Mondialisation)5
Working Paper / Agence franaise de dveloppement2

Recent works citing Marin Ferry (2021 and 2020)


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Works by Marin Ferry:


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2020Fiscal consolidation and health inequality: Evidence from infant mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa In: Working Paper.
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2020Inequality in Public Good Provision and Attitude Towards Taxation: Sub-national Evidence from Africa In: Working Paper.
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2013Dynamic fiscal impact of the debt relief initiatives on african heavily indebted poor countries (HIPCs) In: Working Papers.
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2015The Carrot and Stick Approach to Debt Relief : Overcoming Moral Hazard In: Working Papers.
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2019The carrot and stick approach to debt relief: overcoming moral hazard.(2019) In: Journal of African Economies.
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2016Low Income Countries and External Public Financing : Does Debt Relief Change Anything? In: Working Papers.
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2019Low Income Countries and External Public Financing : Does Debt Relief Change Anything?.(2019) In: Working Papers.
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2018Curse or Blessing? Has the impact of debt relief lived up to expectations? A review of the effects of the multilateral debt relief initiatives for low-income countries In: Working Papers.
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2019Curse or Blessing? Has the Impact of Debt Relief Lived up to Expectations? A Review of the Effects of the Multilateral Debt Relief Initiatives for Low-Income Countries.(2019) In: Journal of Development Studies.
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2020The rise in international bond issuance by low-income African countries: a shift of pattern or a fashion that already fades away? In: Working Papers.
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2015Africa: Out of debt, into fiscal space? Dynamic fiscal impact of the debt relief initiatives on African Heavily Indebted Poor Countries (HIPCs) In: International Economics.
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2019Did Debt Relief Initiatives help to reach the MDGs? A Focus on Primary Education In: Erudite Working Paper.
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2017Volatility Widens Inequality. Could Aid and Remittances Help? In: Working Papers.
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2019Volatility widens inequality. Could aid and remittances help?.(2019) In: Post-Print.
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2019Volatility widens inequality. Could aid and remittances help?.(2019) In: Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv).
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2016Taxation, infrastructure, and firm performance in developing countries In: WIDER Working Paper Series.
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