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Déséquilibres, système bancaire et chômage involontaire

  • Stéphane Mussard
  • Bernard Philippe

Afin de lutter contre le chômage « ...qui, en dehors de courts intervalles d’emballement, est une conséquence, et à notre avis une conséquence inévitable, de l’individualisme tel qu’il apparaît dans le régime capitaliste moderne. » (Keynes J.M., 1968, p. 394-395), Keynes propose de réguler le fonctionnement de la composante marché des capitaux des systèmes financiers. Nous montrons que cette conclusion peut être étendue à la composante bancaire de ces systèmes. Notre argumentation repose sur un constat. Il n’est guère raisonnable de supposer que ‘l’équilibre mouvant’ étudié dans la Théorie générale puisse être conçu et atteint dans les économies capitalistes. Ce constat incite à envisager une analyse hors équilibre des déterminants du chômage involontaire. C’est la tentative que nous proposons qui nous conduit à étendre au fonctionnement des banques la proposition formulée par Keynes à propos des marchés des capitaux.

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Date of creation: Oct 2010
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