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L'économie française 2015

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  • Eric Heyer


    (OFCE - OFCE - Sciences Po)

Chaque année, l'OFCE propose dans la collection « Repères » un bilan accessible et rigoureux de l'économie française. L'édition 2015 présente l'état de la conjoncture, les principales tendances et les grands problèmes.Que peut-on attendre du Pacte de responsabilité en termes d'emploi et de compétitivité ? La séparation des activités bancaires est-elle inutile ? Quelles sont les évolutions du temps partiel en France ? La réforme fiscale est-elle un mythe ? Que doit-on attendre de la conférence Climat 2015 ? Quelles seraient les conséquences d'une sortie de la zone euro ? Taxi contre VTC : la victoire du lobby contre l'innovation ? Quelle est la politique du logement locatif en France ?

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Date of creation: Sep 2014
Publication status: Published in Heyer, Eric. La Découverte, pp.128, 2014, Repères
Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-01093559
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