Institut Montaigne

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The Institut Montaigne is a free market think tank in France.[1][2][3][4][5]

Overview[edit]

It was founded by Claude Bébéar, former CEO of AXA, in 2000.[1][2][5]

It has a yearly budget of 3 million Euros.[6] Some of its donors are 3i France, Air France-KLM, Allen & Overy, Allianz, Anthera Partners, Affaires Publiques Consultants, Areva, Assemblée des Chambres Françaises de Commerce et d'Industrie, Association Passerelle, august & debouzy avocats, AXA, BearingPoint, BNP Paribas, Bolloré, the Boston Consulting Group, Bouygues, Groupe BPCE, Caisse des dépôts et consignations, Capgemini, Carrefour, Groupe Casino, Cisco Systems France, CNP Assurances, Cremonini, Davis Polk & Wardwell, Dedienne Aerospace, Development institute international, EADS, Électricité de France, Egon Zehnder International, Equistone Partners Europe, Eurazeo, Eurostar, GDF Suez, Générale de Santé, Google, Groupama, HSBC France, IBM France, International SOS, Institut Supérieur de Rééducation Psychomotrice, JeantetAssociés, KPGM, La Banque Postale, Lazard, Linedata Services, LMVH, M6, MACSF, Mazars, McKinsey & Company, Média-Participations, Mercer, Microsoft, Middlebury College, Ngo Cohen Amir-Aslani & Associés, Ondra Partners, France Télécom, PAI Partners, Pierre & Vacances, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Radiall, RATP Group, REDEX, Ricol, Lasteyrie et Associés, Rothschild & Cie Banque, Réseau de Transport d'Électricité, Sanofi, Sorin Group, Schneider Electric, Servier, SFR, Sia Conseil, SNCF, Sodexo, Stallergenes, STMicroelectronics, Suez Environnement, Tecnet Participations, the Royal Bank of Scotland France, Tilder, Total S.A., Michel Tudel & Associés, Vallourec, Veolia Environnement, Vinci, Vivendi, Voyageurs du monde, Wendel, and WordAppeal.[6]

In 2011, it argued that should France leave the Eurozone, it would lose one fifth of its wealth and destroy one million jobs.[7] In December 2012, it released a report on ways to reduce the French deficit by 60 billion Euros.[3][4][5] For example, it suggested adding two and half more hours per week for civil servants without raising their paychecks.[3][5]

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