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Secteur Public : l'assurance chômage qui n'existe pas

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  • Bruno Coquet

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Une assurance chômage ne peut pas être optimale sans être à la fois obligatoire et universelle 1. Les difficultés chroniques de l ’Unedic, qui ont engendré une dette de 1,2 % du PIB fin 2015, invitent à s’interroger sur les raisons pour lesquelles, en France, l’assurance chômage ne possède aucune de ces deux caractéristiques, et à mesurer les conséquences de ce choix.

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  • Bruno Coquet, 2016. "Secteur Public : l'assurance chômage qui n'existe pas," Sciences Po publications info:hdl:2441/7ag1gjr51l8, Sciences Po.
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    Assurance chômage; Secteur public;

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