CEPII, Recherche et Expertise sur l'economie mondiale
Mercredi 1 septembre 2021
International economic conditions and prospects in the fall of 2021: how are they perceived? With Pew Research Center

Shannon Schumacher
Research associate, Pew Research Center
Dr. Richard Wike
Director, Global Attitudes Research, Pew Research Center
Sébastien Jean
Director, CEPII
As we all know, people's views on the near economic future tend to shape trust and optimism and, therefore, economic behaviors. In democracies, views on longer-term international issues tend to influence policymaking and voters' preferences. A science-based understanding of these views is therefore essential. The PEW Research Center which runs multi-year, multi-country studies offers key resources in this respect. Its latest findings on the economy and optimism in the publics' respective economic systems, on globalisation, and on international views of China will feed our own analysis of key domestic and international issues as a crucial period will start in France 8 months before the presidential election.

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