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Chiffrer les programmes politiques lors de la campagne présidentielle 2007. : Heurts et malheurs d'un instrument.

Abstract : The debate around political program assessment arises in France with the attempts of the Institut de l'entreprise to settle an impartial calculating device outside of the political parties. Occasionally used by journalists and temporary allowed by political parties, the instrument of calculation is near to be neutral and to play the arbitrator role in public debate on budgetary and economics matters. By escaping to politicians' strategies, cost assessment is more a constraint than a political output. Precarious coalitions tied around impartial figuring, that made its objective strength, collapse when the necessity of election victory becomes too critical.
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Benjamin Lemoine. Chiffrer les programmes politiques lors de la campagne présidentielle 2007. : Heurts et malheurs d'un instrument.. Revue Francaise de Science Politique, Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques, 2008, 58 (3), pp.403-431. ⟨10.3917/rfsp.583.0403⟩. ⟨hal-00842874⟩

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