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Les 140 points de PIB oubliés de la comptabilité nationale française : méthodes de valorisation du patrimoine éducatif

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  • Thomas Melonio

    (Agence Française de Développement)

  • Xavier Timbeau

    (Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques)

Depuis le milieu des années 1970, la lecture des bilans des États est biaisée par l’absence de comptabilisation de postes aussi importants que le patrimoine immatériel ou les engagements en matière de retraite. Si la plupart des pays ont progressé dans l’établissement d’un bilan de leur patrimoine physique et financier, le capital humain et les engagements hors-bilan restent peu et mal évalués (...).

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