Rapport sur la fiscalité des ménages
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Rapport sur la fiscalité des ménages

Praxis propose un projet de réforme radicale de la fiscalité des ménages qui préserve la...

Rapport sur la titrisation et le financement des entreprises
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Rapport sur la titrisation et le financement des entreprises

Remis à la Commission européenne le 27 avril 2015 17 propositions Auteurs : Yann Coatanlem,...

8 propositions de réforme budgétaire
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8 propositions de réforme budgétaire

Rapport flash sur l’execution du budget de la France 1965 – 2014 Auteurs : Yann...

Rapport sur l’avenir de l’Union européenne
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Rapport sur l’avenir de l’Union européenne

Vers une constitution fédérale 17 propositions Auteurs : Christophe Arbet-Engels, Yann Coatanlem,...

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Praxis At A Glance

Founded in 2007, Club Praxis is an independent non-partisan think tank whose mission is to formulate and promote concrete policy reforms for France. Its scope of expertise covers education, research, economy, finance and law.
Club Praxis consists primarily of French expatriates living in New York City. Thanks to their experience abroad and their diverse areas of expertise, our members are well-positioned to bring innovative ideas and fresh perspectives to French public discourse. Our recent publications have covered the reform of the French pension system, the reform of French democratic institutions, global financial regulation, the European gas market, and complex issues of diversity in France.

  • An international overlook at debate in France 

Club Praxis is a French think tank based in New York that brings together expatriate business and public policy experts whose experience abroad helps them shed light on public debate in France. Founded in 2007 by several French leaders, including Henri de Castries, Club Praxis has embraced its role as an outsider in French discourse. Its mission is to promote new and innovative ideas that will reinvigorate both democratic institutions and economies.

  • A diversity of pragmatic and non-partisan positions

Independent from any school of thought, Club Praxis advocates a renewed dialogue between citizens and policy makers, specifically by making public data and the political process more transparent. Through well-defined and realistic policy proposals, Club Praxis hopes to reprioritize long-term public interests and outline a new path for France as a country more open to the world.

  • A group independent from public and private grants

Club Praxis operates on a totally voluntary basis and it receives no public or private grants. It relies mainly on researchers, economists, government officials, executives and lawyers who want to use their skills and international experience in the service of their country.