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Durée du travail et performance économique : Quels enseignements peut-on tirer du dernier rapport de Coe-Rexecode


  • Eric Heyer

    () (OFCE - OFCE - Sciences Po)

  • Mathieu Plane

    () (OFCE - OFCE - Sciences Po)


Travaille-t-on moins en France qu'ailleurs en Europe ? La France est-elle le seul pays à avoir réduit son temps de travail au cours de la dernière décennie ? Les 35 heures ont-elles réellement plombé l'économie française ? Le rapport publié le 11 janvier par l'Institut Coe-Rexecode fournit quelques éléments de réponses à ces questions sur lesquels nous souhaitons revenir (...).

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  • Eric Heyer & Mathieu Plane, 2012. "Durée du travail et performance économique : Quels enseignements peut-on tirer du dernier rapport de Coe-Rexecode," Post-Print hal-01024540, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-01024540
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