October 19, 2017

Frederic Sautet, associate professor, management, was interviewed by Le Nouvel Economiste about economic and policy reforms in Canada, Germany, New Zealand, and Sweden, and how they can be used as models for France.

... "Engaging in broad reforms, that is, in several areas at the same time, weakens individual interests because you can present the reforms as a national effort that affects everyone. When one abolishes all the privileges at the same time or almost, it is easier to swallow because everyone tightens the belt at the same time. Douglas and Lange did exactly that, "says New Zealand reform expert Frédéric Sautet. ...

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