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La these de Feldstein-Horioka: une mesure de la mobilité internationale du capital

  • João Sousa Andrade

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    (GEMF - Faculdade de Economia Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal)

Nous présentons la thèse de Feldstein-Horioka (F-H) sur la mobilité du capital et les développements qu’elle a suscités. Il s’agit d’une thèse qui est très ouverte à la possibilité de réfutation et dont l’histoire illustre bien la pensée méthodologique nonnaïve de Karl Popper: les discussions sur sa réfutation, en parallèle avec les tentatives de consolidation ("d’immunisation"), au sens de K. Popper, ont conduit à de nouvelles lectures sur la mobilité du capital. Ces efforts de consolidation (d’ "immunization") ont conduit cette thèse à intégrer des nouvelles méthodologies économétriques et à changer partiellement son objet, en mesurant aussi la soutenabilité externe. La thèse de F-H constitue un cas exemplaire d’intégration de l’analyse théorique et d’analyse empirique.

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Volume (Year): 54 (2007)
Issue (Month): 1 (March)
Pages: 53-67

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