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Le pouvoir du positivisme et ses limites : microéconométrie et macroéconométrie actuelles du développement

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  • Jean Cartier-Bresson

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    (Cemotev - Centre d'études sur la mondialisation, les conflits, les territoires et les vulnérabilités - Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines : EA4457)

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    Ce document de travail explore la façon dont la phase de vérification empirique a pris le dessus sur les autres phases de la recherche en économie du développement. Cette dérive concerne le sujet phare du moment : les institutions, leur mesure, leurs effets et leurs évaluations. L'hypothèse est que la méthodologie en vogue est scientiste et que son utilisation par les organisations internationales est positiviste.

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    Keywords: institutions ; gouvernance ; économie politique ; méthodologie ; positivisme ; scientisme ; evidence-based policy;

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