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Redistribution et croissance optimales dans un modèle d'éducation

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[fre] Cet article présente un prolongement de l'analyse de Glomm et Ravikumar [1992]. La comparaison des systèmes privés et publics d'éducation est reliée à une étude de l'optimum centralement planifié. D'autres modes d'action que le choix d'un système éducatif sont envisagés, notamment une politique de redistribution des revenus par l'impôt, mais aussi une fixation d'une durée minimale des études. [eng] This article expands the analysis of Glomm and Ravikumar (1992). Private and public education systems are compared to a centralised economy. Then, others ways of government interventions are studied, like the redistribution of income via taxes, and also by setting a minimum length of studies.

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  • Olivier Basdevant, 1999. "Redistribution et croissance optimales dans un modèle d'éducation," Revue Économique, Programme National Persée, vol. 50(5), pages 985-1006.
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