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10:23 p.m. : “The analogy of the war is good. After the Second World War, there was a very rapid rebound in the economy. There was government support for this recovery. From the point of view of the restart of the economy, I’m pretty optimistic. “


Nobel Prize in Economics, Esther Duflo, spoke during the broadcast And after, on France 2.

10:18 p.m. : “We had an ISF until a short time ago, it was not a bad idea I think, notes the Nobel Prize in Economics, Esther Duflo.

10:16 p.m. : “In general, our world today needs a lot more redistribution, from the richest 10% to the least advantaged. It must go through an increase in wages, but not only”, explains economist Esther Duflo.


10:03 p.m. : “The crisis we are going through is going to be long and frankly very hard”, explains Emmanuel Faber, CEO of Danone, who pleads for a system change and a new wealth indicator, different from GDP or GNP.

9.45 p.m. : Are you in favor of canceling part of the debts? “What is important to us is to have a Marshall plan for Europe and especially for the countries most affected by the crisis”replied the President of the European Commission.


9:43 p.m. : “We know that no country can overcome this crisis alone”, says President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.

9:42 p.m. : “Heads of state often have different opinions in Europe, but at the end of the day we always come to an agreement. We have one objective: to strengthen this Europe.”

France 2 offers, this evening, a special program presented by Julian Bugier, devoted to Europe and Europeans, at the time of the coronavirus pandemic. One of the guests was the President of the European Commission.


8:56 p.m. : In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, from Paris to Rome, from Copenhagen to Madrid, European citizens are already preparing the next world. A special broadcast, broadcast live, has just started, on France 2. Let’s go!

3:47 p.m. : “We will not solve the problem of the global shortage of medical equipment by a policy of every man for himself, but by coordinating between countries to increase world production”, says Emmanuel Combe, professor at the Skema Business School. It contributes to the debate on the post-pandemic launched by franceinfo.



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