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UMR Economie Publique

Sébastien Jean


Jean Sébastien
Senior scientist (directeur de recherche)


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UMR Économie publique
16, rue Claude Bernard
75231 Paris Cedex 05


in position to CEPII

Research fields

International trade, trade policies, migrations, foreign investment, computable general equilibrium models.

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List of publications with abstracts, URL or full text generated by "Prodinra" (bibliographic database which lists the publications of INRA researchers). List of publications on personal webpage.


Selected publications


Bellora, C.; Bureau, J.C.; Bayramoglu, B.; Gozlan, E.; Jean, S.
Trade and Biodiversity
Bruxelles: Publications Office of the EU, 2020. (In-Depth Analysis).- 978-92-846-6783-3. 44 p.
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Jean, S.
Vue d’ensemble : état de choc
in : L'économie mondiale 2021, CEPII. Paris : La Découverte, 2020. (Repères; 746). Chap. 1. pp. 9-24. ISBN : 9782348064111.

Jean, S.; Reshef, A.; Santoni, G.
Les chaînes de valeur mondiales à l’épreuve de la crise sanitaire
in : L'économie mondiale 2021, CEPII. Paris : La Découverte, 2020. (Repères; 746). Chap. 2. pp. 25-40. ISBN : 9782348064111.



Bureau, J.C.; Guimbard, H.; Jean, S.
Competing liberalizations: tariffs and trade in the twenty-first century
in : Review of World Economics, (2019), vol. 70, n° 1. pp. 3-25.
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Bureau, J.C.;Disdier, A.C.;Emliger, C.;Fouré, J.;Felbermayr, G.;Fontagné, L.;Jean, S.
Risks and opportunities for the EU agri-food sector in a possible EU-US trade agreement
Risques et opportunités pour le secteur agroalimentaire européen liés à un possible accord commercial entre l'UE et les Etats-Unis
Bruxelles : European Union, 2014. - (Study). - 152 p.
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Jean, S.;Mulder, N.;Ramos, M.P.
A general equilibrium, ex-post evaluation of the EU–Chile Free Trade Agreement
in : Economic Modelling, (2014), vol. 41. pp. 33-45.
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Jean S.; Laborde D.; Martin W.
Formulas and Flexibility in Trade Negotiations - Sensitive Agricultural Products in the WTO’s Doha Agenda
in: World Bank Economic Review, Vol. 24(3), pp 500-519.

Bensidoun, I.; Jean, S.; Sztulman, A.
International trade and income distribution: reconsidering the evidence
in: Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv), 147(4), 593-619 (lead article).

Jean S.; Jimenez M.
The Unemployment Impact of Immigration in OECD Countries
in: European Journal of Political Economy, 27(2) 241 - 256.

Hijzen A.; Jean S.; Mayer T.
The Effects at Home of Initiating Production Abroad: Evidence from Matched French Firms
in: Review of World Economics (Weltwirtschaftliches Archiv), 147, 457-483.



Jean, S.; Causa O.; Jiménez, M.; Wanner I.
Migration and Labour Market Outcomes in OECD Countries
in: OECD Journal: Economic Studies, 2010(1).



Candau, F.; Jean, S.
What are european union trade preferences worth for sub–saharan african and other developing countries?
Que valent les préférences commerciales européennes pour l’Afrique sub–saharienne et les autres pays en développement ?
in : Trade preference erosion: measurement and policy response, Koekman, B. (coord.); Martin, W. (coord.); Primo Brage, C.A. (coord.). Basingdtoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. pp. 65–102.



Bouët, A. ; Decreux, Y. ; Fontagné, L. ; Jean, S. ; Laborde, D.
Assessing applied protection across the world
Une évaluation à l’é;chelle mondiale de la protection tarifaire appliquée
in : Review of International Economics, 2008, vol. 16, n° 5. pp. 850–863.
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Bureau, J.C. ; Gohin, A. ; Jean, S.
La PAC et la négociation OMC
The CAP and WTO negotiation
in : Chalmin, P.; Bureau, D., Perspectives agricoles en France et en Europe. Paris : Documentation française, 2007. pp. 109–124.
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Bchir, M.;Jean, S.:Laborde, D.
Binding overhang and tariff-cutting formulas
Marge de consolidation et formules de libéralisation tarifaire
in : Review of World Economics, vol. 142, n° 2, 2006. pp. 207–232

Bureau J.C. ;Jean, S. ;Matthews A.
The Consequences of Agricultural Trade Liberalization for Developing Countries: Distinguishing between Genuine Benefits and False Hopes
Les conséquences de la libéralisation des échanges agricoles : opportunités et faux espoirs
in : World Trade Review, vol. 5, n° 2, 2006. pp. 225–249.