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1992: mythe ou réalité?


  • Alexander Italianer


[fre] A la suite du sommet de Bruxelles et de la publication du rapport Cecchini, sur les implications économiques liées à la réalisation du marché intérieur européen, le climat économique, s'est sensiblement amélioré. L'analyse de ce rapport et de la littérature publiée postérieurement montre que même si l'on remplace les effets économiques potentiels du marché intérieur par ses effets réels, les résultats restent significativement positifs sur le plan macro-économique. Cependant, il ressort également de cette étude que toutes les potentialités du marché intérieur ne sont pas réalisées, ce qui souligne l'importance des politiques d'accompagnement de ce processus. [eng] Shortly after the Brussels summit and the publication of the Cecchini report, about the economic implications of the internal market, a considerable improvement in the business climate took place in the E.C. and elsewhere. The economic literature, analysed in this paper, has demonstrated that even if realistic rather than potential economic effects are calculated, the results remain significatly positive on a macroeconomic basis. However, this study also emphasizes that full potentialities of the internal market have not yet been transformed into reality. This points to the importance of accompanying policies.

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  • Alexander Italianer, 1990. "1992: mythe ou réalité?," Revue Française d'Économie, Programme National Persée, vol. 5(4), pages 209-248.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:rfreco:rfeco_0769-0479_1990_num_5_4_1270
    Note: DOI:10.3406/rfeco.1990.1270

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