Query : Decentralization
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Texts and contexts
Decentralisation laws take note of a sensitive movement of French society towards local recomposition to withstand the crisis. But its continuation is transforming the context and exacerbating budgetary constraints in particular. The use of the new powers transferred to municipalities does not neces...
Pedro Zulen and the defence of Indian rights: From the Pro-Indigene Association to radicality
Pedro Zulen (1889-1925), the Pro-Indigene Association (1909-1916) was set up to ensure that the rights that the Constitution grants to aboriginal people are effective. He engages in intense journalistic activity to denounce in newspapers and journals the abuse of which they are victims. Zulen suppor...
Geographical significance of decentralised industrial settlements in the province
Soutenances de thèses - Mai 2021
Dominique BLONZ, L'évolution du droit du travail au Maroc sous le Protectorat français (1912-1956) Université de Nantes, 30 avril 2021 Pour en savoir plus Intissar KHERIGI, Who Decides in Today’s Tunisia? Analyzing the Construction of Decentralization Reforms in Post-Revolution Tunisia - Qui décide...
The imbalance of powers
This document initially focuses on the lessons learned from the processes of territorial administrative decentralisation throughout Colombia’s contemporary history. The second part interprets recent developments and discusses the issues related to the central government’s increased presence in terri...
The issues at stake in relations with political and institutional power
Today more than yesterday, the elected representative is a key figure for the construction company. Decentralisation laws give them more prerogatives at the same time as they impose more constraints on them. Constantly on the front side, local elected representatives are an essential part of institu...
The contractualisation of relationship between the State and Local Governments
The development of contractual technique between the State and local authorities in France is an opportunity to reflect on the evolution of their relationship. The contractualisation of relationship between the State and local governments (territorial contractualisation) has become the symbol of an...
Participation aux décisions et négociation collective
By definition industrial relations are relations between agents with devient interests, and most of the observers concur in judging that the double-notion « collective dispute — collective bargaining » makes up its main topic.Collective bargaining is one of many phases of union's activity. The other...
Outside institutions models management of adults with mental disorders and the impact on Argentina
The aim of this work is to characterize and evaluate organizational design and models of deinstitutionalization in developed countries in the West and its impact on surgery in Argentina. It is described the structure, configuration, decentralization and liaison positions of Mental Health organizatio...
Designing citt à 1
City and territory are currently experiencing a phase of development, or crisis, depending on whether they manage to form the know-how to respond to the current exponential evolution. Know-how that has to make a critical assessment of the fabric of structures, cultures and inherited layouts. Between...
Inventing the social work of this 21st century. Ongoing and collective elaboration of practices
The review of the “Main Guidelines on Social Work” by Nicole Questiaux, Minister of National Solidarity in May 1982, is hitting, thirty years on, its almost renewed news. The concepts of citizenship, democracy, collective, territorial and decentralisation, put forward in this document, resonate with...
Elasticities of substitution and separability of the production factors of the maquilery industry
The studies on the demand for production factors in the maquiladora industry have concentrated on labour demand. This literature has advanced in two ways: specifying dynamic labour demand models; or by obtaining the resulting demands from production functions that involve constant yields at scale, s...
Brazil’s potential and limits as an emerging average power
[ES] There was consensus on the ongoing decentralisation process characterised by the US declinn and the rise of China, although the agreement is lower about the characteristics and dynamics of the international system in the near future. Just one of the most analysed topics concerns the role of eme...
Between protection and recovery: the heritage seized by law
The implementation of public policies relating to heritage and, more broadly, to the environment is achieved by means of legislative instruments which reflect their understanding and seizure by law. The various institutional, conventional, legislative and regulatory tools make a major contribution t...
Essays on decentralization in developing countries
To improve the efficiency of the public sector, a decentralization process has been engaged in a large number of developing countries. This thesis, in four parts, analyzes various aspects of decentralization in developing countries. Part 1, which consists in a review of literature, studies the expec...
Collective transport policy and local democracy in Los Angeles: between participation and fragmentation
‘titrebSummary’/titrebà Los Angeles, the ‘fragmented’ city by excellence, paradoxically emerges a metropolitan public debate on the issue of public transport. The existence of a powerful planning body (MTA), the victory in legal proceedings of a trade union of users who became the official interlocu...
Dwarfs without giants : Decentralized architecture and Internet-based services
Even if the concept of decentralization is embedded to some extent at the very core of the Internet, today's “network of networks” integrates this principle only partially. The dominant organizational model for Internet-based services involves large clusters of servers controlled by the "giants" of...
Urban, economic and political dynamics in Anatolia
Since the arrival of the ruling Justice and Development Party in November 2002, urban spaces in Turkey have changed dramatically. In this process, the city of Kayseri saw a coalition of economic circles and political parties to transform and maintain the city in its metropolitan status. An important...
Usury of decentralisation, a handicap for France of tomorrow?
decentralisation should bring real improvements in the administration of our territories. Bringing decisions closer to citizens, strengthening democracy, enabling proximity to action, encouraging investment were its aims. After twenty years of development and growth, sometimes unfolded, local author...
The role of external and internal strategies in the choice of remuneration policies
This study, carried out in 252 Quebec companies, has shown that remuneration policies are more influenced by the organisation’s internal strategies than by their external strategies. More specifically, companies advocating autonomous work teams, full quality and participatory management are more inc...
Multi-Level Governance and the Environment: Intergovernmental Relations and Innovation in Environmental Policy
Introduction: Public policy has undoubtedly gone through several very significant changes in the last four decades. In the vast majority of countries and policy areas, the old ‘command and control’ style of decision-making has been initially supplemented and progressively transformed by more complex...
The operationalisation of the pro-poor growth strategy in Cameroon
The studies carried out on pro-poor growth in Cameroon over the period 1996-2007 have shown that, when looking at the monetary approach, growth in Cameroon is anti-poor growth between 1996 and 2001, and poorly pro-poor in the period 2001-2007. On the other hand, if the analysis is carried out using...
Social food policies and state reform in Latin America. The current discussion
The main purpose of this article is to study food policies and their importance for social capital formation within the context of State reform in Mexico and Latin America. In order to achieve this goal we divide our paper in three parts. In the first part, we study state reform from a new theoretic...
The rule of law in the Republics of Mali and Senegal
The rule of law remains a reality in the Republics of Mali and Senegal, as evidence of the recurrent organisation of competitive elections, the results of which are accepted by the losers. This democratic participation reflects the interest in decentralisation policies. These provide an appropriate...
The intriguing question of regional and territorial development in rural areas : analytical variations and public policy
International audience The aim of this article is to shed some light on issues of territorial development and of rural development and to identify what links and opposes them. Indeed, everything pushes towards joining together these two dimensions, which for a long time seemed disconnected. On the o...