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Un système financier plus efficient pour obtenir de meilleures performances économiques : une tentative d'identification des priorités

  • Alberto Giovannini
  • Francesco Giavazzi
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    [fre] Il est aujourd’hui admis qu’une économie ne peut être performante que s’il existe des institutions facilitant la production et la distribution efficiente des biens et services. Il en va de même dans le secteur financier. Les auteurs analysent ainsi l’efficience des institutions judiciaires et leurs effets sur le fonctionnement des marchés financiers, ainsi que le lien entre la qualité du droit des sociétés, l’application efficiente de la législation et les performances économiques. Puis deux initiatives dans ce domaine sont examinées : . - la comparaison de deux projets de loi sur la réforme du Code des société en Italie ; . - les initiatives visant à la création, dans toute l’Europe, d’agences de renseignements sur les emprunteurs et de registres publics des crédits. . Classification JEL : G14, G28

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Revue d'économie financière.

    Volume (Year): 62 (2001)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 79-91

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