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Work, capital, time: three key notions in economics, three arguments central to economic thinking
This book is the new Freakonomics. In its style as well as in its inconvenient proposals (removal of patents, replacement of the right to vote by drawing lots, taxation of meat, etc.) Michel Godet wrote the preface and lends his support for the promotion of the book.
An original thesis on breaking the silence surrounding the importance of appearance, and one that nobody — employer, employee, consumers — wishes to explicitly confront.
For the past twenty years France has been slipping into unemployment. This evil, which is becoming more and more serious, is leading our country into decline, and is threatening our democracy. After having described the difficulties resulting from the new world environment, the author discards the false solutions, such as intensified inflation, devaluation or protectionism. He then outlines the daring, but realistic policies he sees as necessary not only in France, but also for a more dynamic European Union. An economist, Jean-Marcel Jeanneney was a minister for seven years under the presidency of General de Gaulle. In 1980, he created the French Economic Research Institute, which he ran until 1990.