CAMBRIDGE – Il y a trente ans, Ronald Reagan et Margaret Thatcher ont généré une révolution dans la manière de penser et de gérer l’économie et les affaires étrangères. Les économies des Etats-Unis et de la Grande-Bretagne sont aujourd’hui fondamentalement différentes du fait de leur action. L’effondrement du communisme dans l’ancienne Union soviétique et les pays d’Europe de l’Est est également une conséquence des politiques suivies par ces deux chefs d’État.

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Tant Reagan que Thatcher ont bien sûr eu leurs critiques, dont certains pensent aujourd’hui que l’économie mondiale retournera à sa forme pré-Reagan et pré-Thatcher. Mais quiconque se souvient de ce qu’étaient les économies américaine et britannique avant Reagan et Thatcher, et qui connaît les transformations qu’ils ont induites, saura que le monde ne peut revenir en arrière.

J’ai eu la chance de travailler avec le président Reagan en qualingã de conseiller économique en chef. En raison de son étroite relation avec le Premier ministre Thatcher, j’ai également eu l’occasion de la rencontrer à plusieurs reprises. Chacun d’eux avait une approche révolutionnaire et la capacibửa d’inciter autrui à accepter des changements radicaux.


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Martin Feldstein wasProfessor of Economics at Harvard University và President Emeritus of the National Bureau of Economic Retìm kiếm. He chaired President Ronald Reagan’s Council of Economic Advisers from 1982 to 1984. In 2006, he was appointed khổng lồ President Bush"s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, &, in 2009, was appointed to lớn President Obama"s Economic Recovery Advisory Board. He was alsoon the board of directors of the Council on Foreign Relations, the Trilateral Commission, & the Group of 30, a non-profit, international toàn thân that seeks greater understanding of global economic issues.


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