Climate, inequality, demography. Such are the three themes on which planchera the new board of economists, which will be installed Friday, via a video conference, by Emmanuel Macron. Chaired by two great economists in French, the Nobel Prize 2014 Jean Tirole, and the former chief economist of the IMF Olivier Blanchard, the upper room will have to be put to work quickly. It will make a report at the end of the year and some work as intermediaries between-time. Its recommendations "will inform public action on these matters", according to the Elysée.see also : Follow our LIVE page: 66 deaths in 24 hours at the hospital, continued decrease in cases in the icu
While Bruno The Mayor is seeking his side to paris Bercy, a group of economists to reflect on the modalities of the stimulus following the collapse of the activity, the establishment of this commission may come as a surprise. "It is an idea from the president that goes back to the g-7 meeting in Biarritz, in August last, says-it is at the Elysée palace. Even if the goal is to think about the long term on these topics to be fundamental, the work will of course consider the context of crisis. They are intended to inform public decision-making from the next fall."
The upper room recalls the Stiglitz commission, launched with great fanfare by French president Nicolas Sarkozy in 2008, but whose works had not known that a low seed.see also : Philippe Dessertine: "The savers will be the victims of indebtedness, unlimited-France"
In addition to the two rapporteurs, the commission has 24 other economists european academic and american. All have been chosen by Jean Tirole and Olivier Blanchard, says the Élysée palace. Among these experts are some of the american stars such as Lawrence Summers or Paul Krugman, but also many French such as Christian Gollier, Stefanie Stantcheva, Philippe Aghion, Laurence Boone, Daniel Cohen, Emmanuel Farhi, Thomas Philippon and Jean Pisani-Ferry. The commission will also be the opportunity for the Government to try to encourage those who teach the alien to return to the territory.The editorial team conseilleMuriel Pénicaud: "The rise in unemployment shows the severity of the crisis,"Bruno Le Maire, a "new labour culture" must prevail in the économieSujetsJean TiroleOlivier BlanchardEmmanuel MacronElyséeÉconomistesAucun commentaireGreenHornetle 28/05/2020 22:11
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