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L’usage des espèces en France : priorité aux transactions de faible valeur

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  • David Bounie

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  • Abel François
  • Emmanuelle Politronacci
  • Adeline Moret

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Bulletin de la Banque de France 220/2-NOVEMBRE-DÉCEMBRE 2018 L'usage des espèces en France : priorité aux transactions de faible valeur Cet article exploite les données françaises d'une enquête sur l'utilisation des espèces dans la zone euro, publiée fin 2017 pour le compte de la Banque centrale européenne. Les espèces s'avèrent être le moyen de paiement privilégié dans les points de vente de la zone euro : elles représentent trois paiements sur quatre et plus de la moitié de la valeur des achats. Les résultats par pays sont toutefois hétérogènes, la France se distinguant par un usage concentré sur les achats de petit montant et par une forte propension aux paiements scripturaux. Parmi les déterminants de l'usage des espèces, les caractéristiques sociodémographiques des consom-mateurs (genre, âge, revenu, profession) sont peu significatives. En revanche, les caractéristiques des trans actions jouent un rôle prépondérant : en particulier, la part des paiements en espèces diminue lorsque la valeur de la trans action augmente, et elle s'accroît lorsque la trans action s'effectue dans un commerce de proximité. Codes JEL E4, E41 68 % la part des paiements réalisés en espèces au point de vente en France (en volume) 73,5 % la part des achats en espèces réalisés par les Français âgés de 55 à 64 ans 90 % la part des paiements d'une valeur inférieure à 5 euros qui sont réglés en espèces

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  • David Bounie & Abel François & Emmanuelle Politronacci & Adeline Moret, 2018. "L’usage des espèces en France : priorité aux transactions de faible valeur," Post-Print hal-02068735, HAL.
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    • E4 - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics - - Money and Interest Rates
    • E41 - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics - - Money and Interest Rates - - - Demand for Money

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