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La population est donc découpée en groupes cohérents et elle forme ainsi un outil normalisé que chacun peut utiliser. Les critères de classement tiennent compte du métier, du statut juridique de l’emploi occupé et de la place dans la hiérarchie professionnelle. • La nomenclature des différentes CSP comprend huit catégories. Deux d’entre elles représentent (pour les statisticiens) plus de 55 % de la population, lesquelles? a - Agriculteurs exploitants et artisans/commerçants/chefs d’entreprise. b - Cadres et professions intellectuelles supérieures, professions intermédiaires.

EUROPE DE L’EST 70. DEPUIS LA FIN DE LA SECONDE GUERRE MONDIALE, les pays qui composent l’Europe de l’Est sont communistes : RDA, Pologne, Tchécoslovaquie, Hongrie, Roumanie, Bulgarie, Albanie et URSS. En riposte à l’Organisation du traité de l’Atlantique Nord (OTAN) de 1949, qui assure aux Européens le soutien des États-Unis contre toute agression de type communiste, ils se rassemblent et concluent un traité militaire : le pacte de Varsovie. Coupée en deux, pendant quarante ans, par une frontière que Churchill a nommée « Rideau de fer », l’Europe reste figée autour du mur de Berlin, qui tombe en 1989.

51. QU I A DIT : « Il y a davantage d’hommes qui sont devenus fous en étudiant les problèmes monétaires qu’il y en a qui sont devenus fous par amour »? a - Henrik Ibsen (1828-1906). b - Jacques Monod (1910-1976). c - William Gladstone (1809-1898). 52. QUI A DIT : « Les économistes sont des chirurgiens qui ont un excellent scalpel et un bistouri ébréché, opérant à merveille sur le mort et martyrisant le vif »? 44 a - John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946). b - Nicolas de Chamfort (1741-1794). c - Alfred Sauvy (1898-1990).

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