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Lessons from the covid-19 crisis about living standard determinants: a dynamic panel data perspective. Case of economies of central African economic and Monetary community (CEMAC)

Kuikeu, Oscar (2021): Lessons from the covid-19 crisis about living standard determinants: a dynamic panel data perspective. Case of economies of central African economic and Monetary community (CEMAC).

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Abstract

The covid-19 crisis is much characterized by the fact that he have conduct to situation of necessary adjustment to the side of Supply or Demand. This necessity of adjustment have thus engaged his economies concerned by the crisis in an unpreceeding contraction in living standard. In the same time governments of the world have take several measures to break with the declining trend in the living standard as the Paris Summit of 18th May concerning the African economic relance. Thus the aim of this study what can we learned from the covd-19 crisis concerning living standard determinants? We know well that the Paris Summit have give some emphasis to the financing economies through mechanisms as the DTS from the IMF. Thus this have give thanks to the actual monetary conditions as necessary determinant of the country living standard. At this aim we will thus assert on country living standard determinants on the basis of the actual monetary conditions as lessons learned from the covid-19 crisis.

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