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Les effets de frontière, une barrière à la compréhension des échanges internationaux ?

Abstract : The actual context seems to be favourable to the boom of international exchanges on a European scale. The estimation of this growth usually resorts to the frontier-effects concept. The modelling of the available data enables the display of various measures which seem to be realistic but their careful analysis reveals inconsistancies. However the concept should be questioned theoretically rather than empirically. Such a process gives substance back to the space in which the border fits and leads to a renewing of the approach of the international exchanges apprehension.
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Lourdes Diaz Olvera, Michel Le Nir, Didier Plat, Charles Raux. Les effets de frontière, une barrière à la compréhension des échanges internationaux ?. Espace Géographique, Éditions Belin, 1996, 25 (3), pp.193-202. ⟨halshs-01485252⟩

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