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LE TOURNANT LIBÉRAL EN FRANCE : UNE LIQUIDATION DU MODÈLE PLANISTE-KEYNÉSIEN

Abstract : Based on the testimony of Edmond Malinvaud, this article puts forth a threefold thesis about the liberal turn in France. First, this turn marked a mere return to traditional liberalism, rather than the advent of “neoliberalism”. Second, engineer-economists played a limited role as they did not initiate the reorientation of economic policies but accompanied it. Third, the liberal turn in France is understood as a period of transition during which the Planist-Keynesian model of regulation was dismantled. Three transformations – all initiated by Raymond Barre but brought to completion by the socialist government – were decisive in this regard: the end of price and wage controls, the end of the public monopoly of expertise, and the end of Keynesian stabilization policies.
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Matthieu Renault. LE TOURNANT LIBÉRAL EN FRANCE : UNE LIQUIDATION DU MODÈLE PLANISTE-KEYNÉSIEN. 2021. ⟨hal-03287150⟩

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