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Covid-19 vaccine, a global public good? A wake-up call from social welfare theory to the commons

Authors: Huron, David;

Covid-19 vaccine, a global public good? A wake-up call from social welfare theory to the commons

Abstract

International audience; The purpose of this article is to show that the anticovid-19 vaccine is a global public good. The theoretical framework use most of economic theories that are the basis for public management. Thus, the theories of social welfare (Bergson, 1938), collective goods or public goods (Samuelson, 1954), common goods (Ostrom, 1990) and global public goods (Kaul et al., 1999) have been selected for their ability to define public designation. These theories allow above all to give meaning to the qualification of global public good for vaccines against the pandemic.; L’objet de cet article est de montrer que le vaccin anti-covid-19 est un bien public mondial. Il sera étudié dans le cadre des théories pour la plupart économiques structurant le management public. Ainsi les théories du bien-être social (Bergson, 1938), des biens collectifs ou biens publics (Samuelson, 1954), des biens communs (Ostrom, 1990) et des biens publics mondiaux (Kaul et al., 1999) seront mobilisées pour donner du sens à la qualification de bien public mondial pour les vaccins contre la pandémie que le monde traverse.

Keywords

Théorie du bien-être social, Théorie des biens publics, Collective goods theory, Theory of social welfare, Covid-19, General Economics, Econometrics and Finance, Global public good, Bien public mondial, Commons, [SHS]Humanities and Social Sciences

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