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La perception de l’économie de marché par les enseignants-chercheurs français : les effets de la connaissance ?

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  • Abel François

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  • Cal Le Gall
  • Raul Magni Berton

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Cet article étudie les perceptions de l’économie de marché par les enseignants-chercheurs et les chercheurs français. Par rapport à la littérature sur les opinions des académiques, nous proposons une nouvelle explication selon laquelle les connaissances théorique et pratique du fonctionnement de l’économie influencent, dans un sens positif, les perceptions. Nous testons ensuite cette hypothèse à l’aide des résultats d’une enquête originale menée en 2011 auprès d’environ 2000 enseignants-chercheurs français. Nous montrons alors à partir de différentes mesures de cette perception que la proximité disciplinaire avec l’économie et de la gestion, ainsi que les expériences individuelles d’activités économiques marchandes se traduisent par des perceptions nettement plus positives de l’économie de marché.

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  • Abel François & Cal Le Gall & Raul Magni Berton, 2013. "La perception de l’économie de marché par les enseignants-chercheurs français : les effets de la connaissance ?," Working Papers of LaRGE Research Center 2013-01, Laboratoire de Recherche en Gestion et Economie (LaRGE), Université de Strasbourg.
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