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Les modèles de microsimulation dans l’analyse des politiques de redistribution : une brève présentation

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  • Amedeo Spadaro
  • François Bourguignon

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[eng] During the last twenty years, microsimulation models have been increasingly used in the analysis of redistribution policies. This note provides a brief survey discussion of these microsimulation with particular emphasis on the recent developments of this discipline and directions for future research. [fre] Au cours des vingt dernières années, l’utilisation des modèles de microsimulation des politiques de redistribution n’a cessé de croître. Cet article offre un rapide survol de ces modèles, l’accent étant mis sur les développements récents de ce domaine de l’économie appliquée et sur quelques directions de recherche future.

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  • Amedeo Spadaro & François Bourguignon, 2003. "Les modèles de microsimulation dans l’analyse des politiques de redistribution : une brève présentation," Économie et Prévision, Programme National Persée, vol. 160(4), pages 231-238.
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