Facts about Jacques Delors

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Jacques Delors is a famous Economist from France, he/she is 93 years old and still alive, born June 20, 1925.

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He/she is born under the zodiac gemini, who is known for Communication, Indecision, Inquisitive, Intelligent, Changeable. Our collection contains 26 quotes who is written / told by Jacques, under the main topic Finance.

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Famous quotes by Jacques Delors (26)


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"The European model is in danger if we obliterate the principle of personal responsibility"
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"My presidential victory, if it had happened, would have been artificial in relation to the Socialist party. It may be that on my deathbed, I will come to regret my decision, but for the moment, I live at peace with it"
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"I had to think whether, after 50 years of hard slog, I was still lucid and fresh enough for the job"
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"Even in Britain, the trade unions tell me that employment contracts have less protection than in the past"
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"Yes, the European model remains superior to that of America and Japan"
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"This desire for equity must not lead to an excess of welfare, where nobody is responsible for anything"
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"The unions still have a job to do, representing their members' interests to governments and parliaments. And I think collective agreements still have a role, alongside markets and laws"
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"The unions may continue to decline, but if they do, it'll be their fault"
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"The European model is, first, a social and economic system founded on the role of the market, for no computer in the world can process information better than the market"
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"If you don't have collective agreements between unions and employers, governments have to legislate more"
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"The driving force behind the liberal counter-offensive in Europe has been a reaction against irresponsibility"
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"I cannot resign myself to the decline of Europe, and of France"
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"The problem of how we finance the welfare state should not obscure a separate issue: if each person thinks he has an inalienable right to welfare, no matter what happens to the world, that's not equity, it's just creating a society where you can't ask anything of people"
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"The countries that share this conception should be able to go further together, without excluding the others, since they can still live in a greater community of exchange and co-operation"
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"For me, socialism has always been about liberty and solidarity, but also about responsibility"
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"Cinema explains American society. It's like a Western, with good guys and bad guys, where the weak don't have a place"
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"We have to struggle against the conservatives from all sides, not only the right-wingers, but also the left-wing conservatives who don't want to change anything"
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"This weakening is worsened by the widening distance between the governed and their governments"
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"Therefore one should speak at the same time of national citizenship and wider European citizenship"
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"The problem with a purely collective system is not only that it requires economic growth, and the right sort of demographic trends, but that it prevents people thinking about their futures in a responsible way"
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"My problem is how to find the best way of being useful"
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"Any union that can't accept workers choosing their own representatives through universal franchise is finished"
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"These days there are not enough of such intermediary groups, between the state and the individual, with the result that political leaders are often unduly guided by opinion polls"
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"The problem of how we finance the welfare state should not obscure a separate issue: if each person thinks he has an inalienable right to welfare, no matter what happens to the world, that's not equity, it's just creating a society where you can't ask anything of people"
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"I would not be opposed to devising a new system of pensions, in which one part was based on collective provision, but which also gave incentives for people to take out an additional, personal plan"
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"Fundamentally, American society is composed of individuals who don't go out of their way to do each other favours"


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