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L'économie mondiale à la fin du siècle

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  • Paul A. Samuelson

[fre] Keynes et Schumpeter ont eu une vision en apparence contraire de l'avenir des économies mixtes. Ils s'accordent à reconnaître à ce système une capacité de croissance économique considérable et récusent l'équilibre sta-tionnaire classique. La véritable question est dans la capacité des économies occidentales à concilier leur développement économique et leur stabilité politique, à assurer un partage équitable du revenu qui ne brise pas les mécanismes intrinsèques du capitalisme. [eng] Keynes and Schumpeter hold apparently conflicting views about the future of the mixed economy. They recognized the large potential for economic growth of this system and hence rejected the idea of a stationary state. The main point is in the capability of western economies to reconcile economic expansion and political stability and to provide a fair income distribution which does not interfere with the intrinsic capitalistic mechanism.

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

Volume (Year): 1 (1986)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
Pages: 21-49

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Handle: RePEc:prs:rfreco:rfeco_0769-0479_1986_num_1_1_1104
Note: DOI:10.3406/rfeco.1986.1104
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