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Le Figaro 20/11/2008 (1)

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Message de moonlit-sunset posté le 22-11-2008 à 12:26:59 (S | E | F)

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French people want to understand economy

Three quarters of French people deem that economic information is “neither accessible nor understandable”.

French people – particularly the youth – are convinced that they would understand the current world better and would succeed better in life if they could understand economy better. This is the conclusion of a survey TNS Sofres published on Wednesday for the Council for the broadcast of economic culture (Codice) in preparation for the days of economy that will take place next week in Lyons.

About 65% of French people think they are ill-informed about changes that are occurring in French economic life. This assertion is also true concerning the current financial crisis, state intervention or even the situation of banks. Around three quarters of French people (73%) consider that economic information is “neither accessible nor understandable”.

In order to fill in this gap, French people are notably asking for more pedagogy to the media : 92% of the media should be written in a simpler language. They also want better information about the subjects which affect them personally such as the purchasing power (39%), social protection (34%), debt (32%) or unemployment (26%).

More than 80% of French people also think it would be good to initiate all high school students to economics, but in specific ways: “In economics, we absolutely want to teach students about certainties – concerning companies, unions… - whereas they have to be taught debate”, explained JPF, the president of the French Center of Economic Research (OFCE) and member of the Scientific Council for “Economy Days”, who reminds us that “economics is a world of uncertainties”.

“Virtuous globalization”
According to JPF, it’s also “normal” that French people don’t understand economy anymore, “because for years they have been said that market economy is supposed to make them happy, that Euro is supposed to bring growth and full employment, and that globalization is virtuous…. And if they don’t understand nothing to the situation of the banks, it’s because they hid it !”

Thus, French people are worrying about their future : 71% of them think the material situation of children of nowadays will be worse than the one of their generation.



Réponse: Le Figaro 20/11/2008 de jean31, postée le 22-11-2008 à 15:13:59 (S | E)
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French people want to understand economy

Three quarters of French people deem consider /judge that economy information is “neither accessible nor comprehensible/understandable”.

French people – particularly the youth – are convinced that they would understand the current world better and would succeed better in life if they could understand economy better. This is the conclusion of a survey TNS Sofres survey published on Wednesday for the Council for the broadcast spreading of economic culture (Codice) in preparation for the days of Economy Days < that will take place/are to be held next week in Lyons.

About/Some 65% of French people think/claim they are ill-informed about changes that are occurring in French economic life. This assertion is also true concerning the current financial crisis, state intervention or even the situation of banks. Around three quarters of French people (73%) consider that economic information is “neither accessible nor comprehensible/understandable”.

In order to fill in this gap, French people are notably asking the media for more pedagogy to the media : 92% of the media should be written in a simpler language. They also want better information about the subjects which affect them personally such as the purchasing power (39%), social protection (34%), debt (32%) or unemployment (26%).

More than/Over 80% of French people also think it would be good to initiate all high school students to economics, but in specific ways: “In economics, we absolutely want to teach students about certainties – concerning companies, unions… - whereas they have to be taught debate”, explained JPF, the president of the French Centre of Economic Research (OFCE) and member of the Scientific Council for “Economy Days”, who reminds us that “economics is a world of uncertainties”.

“Virtuous globalization”
According to JPF, it’s also “normal” that French people don’t understand economy anymore, “because for years they have been said told/explained that market economy is supposed to make them happy, that the euro is supposed to bring growth and full employment, and that globalization is virtuous…. And if they don’t understand nothing to the situation of the banks, it’s because they the latter hid it !”

Thus, French people are worrying about their future : 71% of them think the material situation of present-day children of nowadays will be worse than the one of their own generation.



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Réponse: Le Figaro 20/11/2008 de dawn2o81, postée le 23-11-2008 à 15:23:25 (S | E)
French people would like to understand the ecomonic world.
Three quarters from French people judge the economic information are “neither accessible nor Comprehensible.
French people above all the youth are thinking they would have a better live in the actual world if they understood
The world economic. It’s the result from TNS Soffres survey which was publishing on Wednesday , which was done for
The Codice (Council for the broadcast of economic culture), which will make a “economic day”the next week in Lyon.
About 65% of French people think to be ill –informed about changes which are happening into
The French economic live. That assertion is also true for the financial actual crises, the state intervention or the banks situation. Almost three quarters French people (73%) are thinking
The economic information are “neither accessible nor comprehensible .
In order to bridge over this miss, French people are asking more pedagogy from newspapers.
92% from them should be use a simpler language. They also want best information on some
subjects on which the worries are for themselves more important such as purchasing power (39%), social welfare, debt (32%) or the unemployment (26%).
Plus de 80 % des Français pensent également qu'il serait bon d'initier à l'économie tous les élèves du secondaire. Mais pas n'importe comment : «En économie, on veut absolument apprendre des certitudes aux étudiants - sur les entreprises, les syndicats… -, alors qu'il faut leur enseigner le débat», explique Jean-Paul Fitoussi, président de l'OFCE membre du Comité scientifique des Journées de l'Économie, qui rappelle que «l'économie est le monde des incertitudes».
Moreover, 80% of French people also think, it would be a good key for the student from
The high school to study economics.But with some good ways “ In economic study, we absolutely
Want some certainties are learnt to our students about companies, unions…., thought it will be better to learnt to them “the debate”from J.P Fitoussi ‘s ideas, the French chief of the scientic center of the days French economic research (OFCE) who is reminding to us “the economicis the
World some uncertainties”.





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