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Une échelle de mesure de la connaissance en raisonnement économique et résultats d'une enquête menée en décembre 2009

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  • Radu Vranceanu


    (Economics Department - Essec Business School)

  • Delphine Dubart

    (ESSEC Business School - Essec Business School)

  • Maxime Laot

    (ESSEC Business School - Essec Business School)

Cette étude propose une échelle de mesure de la connaissance en raisonnement économique avec une orientation macroéconomique et politique économique. Une enquête sur Internet a été effectuée en novembre/décembre 2009. Elle a permis de collecter 1542 questionnaires complets. Le taux moyen de bonnes réponses est relativement élevé, à 71%. Le niveau d¿études, une formation en économie, l¿utilisation des concepts économiques dans le cadre de l¿activité professionnelle ainsi que l¿intérêt porté à l¿actualité économique semblent être positivement corrélés avec le taux de bonnes réponses.

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Date of creation: Jan 2010
Publication status: Published in ESSEC Working paper. Document de Recherche ESSEC / Centre de recherche de l'ESSEC ISSN : 1291-961.. 2010, 28 p
Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00542948
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