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- Petit, Nicolas25
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- Patkau Architects; Croft Pelletier Architectes; Gilles Guité Architecte; Menkès Shooner Dagenais Architectes; Schème Consultants,16
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Genesis 103, June 2016
DOSSIER: Excellent body Introduction Manuel Schotté, p. 3 “Mountaineering is something more than a sport”. The Ethics of Alpinism in Victorian England Delphine Moraldo, p. 7 The invention of the ‘best French workers’ competition (1920-1930) Stéphane Lembré, p. 29 Georges Carpentier, birth of a sport...
The late exploitation of perfume plants and grassois know-how at the turn of the last century
Since the 1990s, perfume plants in the grassois basin are rare and original productions in several farms. They are therefore sectors of excellence but remain marginalised. They are currently at the heart of the concerns of consumers and perfumers. Despite intense competition from the other producer...
Financial regulation and international competitiveness: the case of Deutsche Bundesliga
“Financial Regulation and International Competitiveness: The Case of the German Bundesliga“: The paper discusses the intensively discussed problem of financial crisis, overburdening debts and insolvencies in professional European football. The academic literature identifies several special character...
Two religious systems in the former Testament: from Competition to Convergence
Programme for 2006-2007: Introduction — I. Yahvism based on the myth of creation — II. Yahvism based on Israel’s history with his God — III. The merger of the two yahvisms
Repositioning and development of an electronic sport association
The meeting of the Internet and video games has led to new consumption patterns. The opportunity to play online has generated competitive, cooperative and community-based practices around video games giving rise to electronic sport. This new leisure has created a complex and changing environment. Se...
The Bruyère sur France Culture
Alain Finkielkraut devoted to La Bruyère its ‘Répliques’ programme on Saturday 12 October. Laurence Plazenet (Professor at the University of Clermont-Ferrand) and JM Deldété were the speakers. To be found at the following address, and to listen urgently, especially if the Aggregation competition is...
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Sub-national governments in Canada: some financial and fiscal aspects
This text, which presents some financial and fiscal aspects of the three main types of sub-national governments in Canada (provinces/territories, regional/urban/municipal and school), concludes that there is no significant tax competition but that there is fiscal diversity. There is a trend towards...
Transnationalisation of professional football. The example of the media coverage of the Champions League and the Euro 2016
Many Europeans know Europe only through high-profile competitions such as the European Football Championship or the Champions League. These sports events are among the most viewers in the world. But European football also makes it possible to see ‘business’ or ‘drift’ that is equally publicised (cor...
At the gates of the European Union: British freeports and associated State aid issues
This paper is an update from an article published in Droit Maritime Français, n° 831 in January 2021, with the permission of the editor Deploying its vision of "Global Britain" in the port sector, the British government plans to create some free ports. In addition to an adapted customs regime, these...
of Platon’s private poetic competition in Timeland-Critias in the margins of Panathenia, Timée has every chance of winning. Although formally inspired by traditional hymnic and genealogical poetry, its performance implements an entirely new concept of discursive mímesis, i.e. ‘updating’ in and throu...
Changes, surpassing oneself, achievement and competition between narrative topics in motives about companies and work
International audience This paper is inscribed in a long-term research about social representations of work, of the management and of companies in different spheres or institutions discourses such as education, corporate communication, television (TV series such as entertainment programs), art and,...
EC Competition Law Chronic
Reunion overseas: introduced wild boars and cultivated orange trees interact in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest
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The artistic renewal of Mexican cinema
Mexican cinema today has a growing number of films every year, but the situation faced by young filmmakers in distributing what they produce remains problematic. Fiscal stimulus to invest in new productions, and the visibility that many filmmakers gain in film festivals, have been of little use. Wit...
"Competition and Local Interdependency in Market Behavior: Parisian Art Market Dynamics, 1922-1929”.<br /><br />ISERP Research Seminar, Columbia University, New York.
The global competition for artificial intelligence
The opportunities opened up by artificial intelligence, in particular on its economic and military side, have joined the international ambitions of some countries and precipitated the emergence of a new competition. Sino-American antagonism is now structured around this repertoire of techniques, fol...
Investment Climate, Outward Orientation and Manufacturing Firms’ Productivity: New Empirical Evidence
International audience Drawing on the World Bank Enterprise Surveys (WBES), we revisit the link between firm-level investment climate and productive performance for a panel of enterprises surveyed twice in time in 70 developing countries and 11 manufacturing industries. We take advantage of the time...
From stagflation to depression
The relative success of the fight against inflation and excessive attention over the short period tend to mask trend developments in developed economies. The political consensus on the idea of restoring the “big balances” means that the reasons for the continuing rise in unemployment in Europe — a f...
Analysis of competition between food crops and alcohol-producing energetic crops at the level of large scale farms
National audience A modele in multi-periode lineary programming, working over ten years, allows the possibility of developing alcohol crops to be assessed according to the different scenarios for recovering energy prices and agricultural prices. It appears that, at the microeconomic level of large-s...
Competition for transport in the north-western part of Cádiz: inland waterway, land road?
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Technical study of the system for converting mass passenger cars into competition vehicles for the company “Escape, S.L.”
Viu Betrán, A. (2007). Technical study of the system for converting mass passenger cars into competition vehicles for the company “Escape, S.L.”. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/32290. Delegated archive
Statistical inference methods for Gibbs random fields
Due to the Markovian dependence structure, the normalizing constant of Markov random fields cannot be computed with standard analytical or numerical methods. This forms a central issue in terms of parameter inference or model selection as the computation of the likelihood is an integral part of the...
Commensalism, antagonism or mutualism? Effects of epibiosis on the trophic relationships of mussels and epibiotic barnacles
International audience he dynamics determining the establishment and maintenance of epibiotic relationships are fundamental to understand the role of biological interactions in the functioning of marine coastal ecosystems. Epibiosis of barnacles on mussels is a common feature of many intertidal rock...