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Le capitalisme au temps de la pandémie, entre rupture conjoncturelle et approfondissement structurel de la logique (néo)libérale [Entretien paru dans Politix, 2021/2]

Authors: Théret, Bruno; Gouarné, Isabelle; Hauchecorne, Mathieu; Labrousse, Agnès; Monneau, Emmanuel; Vion, Antoine;

Le capitalisme au temps de la pandémie, entre rupture conjoncturelle et approfondissement structurel de la logique (néo)libérale [Entretien paru dans Politix, 2021/2]

Abstract

Entretien avec Théret Bruno, réalisé par Isabelle Gouarné, Mathieu Hauchecorne, Agnès Labrousse, Emmanuel Monneau et Antoine Vion, Politix, 2021/2 (n° 134), p. 109-128; This Interview (with Bruno Théret) follows in the wake of those conducted with Nadine Levratto and Michael Zemmour published in the first volume of this special report. Bruno Théret, a macroeconomist and specialist in economic policy analysis, revisits the analyses he conducted with Bruno Jobert on the neoliberal turn in French public policies to analyze the policies implemented since Emmanuel Macron came to power, and the apparent disruption induced by the pandemic. He also discusses Robert Boyer’s latest proposals on the status of the “anthropogenetic mode of development,” as well as the future of federalism in Europe.; Entretien avec Théret Bruno, réalisé par Isabelle Gouarné, Mathieu Hauchecorne, Agnès Labrousse, Emmanuel Monneau et Antoine Vion, Politix, 2021/2 (n° 134), p. 109-128

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France
Keywords

capitalisme, pandémie, COVID-19, [SHS.ECO]Humanities and Social Sciences/Economics and Finance

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