Pensions: move everything to change nothing
The subject of retirement has become the test, the terminal examination of the career of our politicians. They invariably fail. No one understands the mechanisms of a system that suffers from heaviness, complexity, paradoxes and unpopularity. The usual discourse reinforces the ambient pessimism and catastrophism. To a riot of figures, reports, articles, books and debates, the author responds with a simple hypothesis: what if nothing had to be done? This book is distinguished by an all the more ferocious verve capable of challenging all received ideas.
160 pages | ISBN: 9782914388436