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Rapport Attali: les craintes des taxis étaient-elles fondées?

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  • Richard Darbéra

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Tout comme celles du comité Rueff-Armand, il y a un demi-siècle, les recommandations du rapport Attali pour réformer le secteur des taxis parisiens ont été, pour la plupart, classées sans suite. Notre analyse suggère que le principal motif de l'hostilité de la profession au projet, la recommandation de créer en deux ans plus de 6000 licences, était redondante si l'on avait déjà appliqué les deux premières recommandations du rapport: libérer la petite remise et autoriser plusieurs chauffeurs à utiliser la même licence. Nous montrons aussi que l'idée, souvent présentée comme une meilleure option, d'accorder à chaque détenteur de licence une deuxième licence est basée sur une erreur de raisonnement.

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  • Richard Darbéra, 2008. "Rapport Attali: les craintes des taxis étaient-elles fondées?," Post-Print halshs-00568230, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:halshs-00568230 Note: View the original document on HAL open archive server: https://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00568230
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    taxi; regulation; Attali; petite remise; rente;

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