Query : Globalization
- Fontanel, Jacques15
- Botlík Josef5
- Burlacu Sorin5
- Tomiwa Sunday Adebayo5
- Buzoianu Ovidiu Andrei Cristian4
- Ghorra-Gobin, Cynthia4
- Angheluță Petrică Sorin3
- Bran Florina3
- Céline Rozenblat3
- Christof Parnreiter3
- Dima Cristina3
- Dumont, Gérard-François3
- Durana Pavol3
- Giorgio Baruchello3
- Horovyi Valery3
- Ivan Kovačević3
- Kubjatkova Anna3
- Le Galès, Patrick3
- Leite, Pedro Pereira3
- Leonardo García3
- Political Science962
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences559
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology547
- Economies and Finances532
- Architecture and Space Management388
- Gender Studies331
- Methods and Statistics275
- Art and Art History215
- Cultural Heritage and Museology174
- Musicology and Performing Arts112
- Communication Sciences90
- Biological Anthropology55
- Environmental studies53
- Archaeology and Prehistory43
- Classical Studies25
BABEL: Cinema and communication in a globalised world
This article presents a training proposal using cinema as cultural material and source of knowledge. A film like Babel makes it possible to work on globalisation and citizenship education, with approaches that require new humanism, a new people-to-people relationship, aware of communication problems...
International audience The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe - June 2010
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...
CfP - The Globalization of Science in the Middle East and North Africa, 18th-20th centuries (deadline 15 juin 2016)
Conference participants will receive airfare/travel, ground transportation costs, and accommodation for the duration of the conference. In preparing their abstracts, potential participants should plan to produce a 8000-10,000 word paper for pre-circulation before the conference takes place. Particip...
Exploring Europeanness in organizational research
International audience We take the 30th birthday of Organization Studies, the publication outlet of the European Group of Organization Studies (EGOS), as an opportunity to reflect on what Europeanness in organization research means at times of globalization where territory and geographic boundaries...
The Globalization of Protest in Africa
The multitude and the proletariat since the World Social Forums from 2001 to 2016 : elaboration, actualization and anticipations of utopia
Ao longo dos anos 1970, as forças políticas mundiais se engajaram na corrida com vistas a conferir novo fôlego a um projeto capitalista de integração internacional. Após a falência do “pesado” modelo keynesiano-fordista, o consenso em torno da adoção dos princípios neoliberais para facilitar a liber...
The regional problem in geography
It is possible to distinguish on the surface of the land from homogeneous regions by their physical or human traits: the regional perspective plays a key role in the traditional rural world and facilitates knowledge and good administration. With the development of the modern economy, major cities ar...
Fictionaliser les dérives de la globalisation / Fictionalizing Dark Sides of Globalization: Introduction
"Il est possible de lire la globalisation dans ses rapports à la fiction selon deux voies, qui sont tout sauf exclusives. La première lecture consiste à envisager l’impact de la globalisation sur les disciplines qui prennent la fiction pour objet d’investigation-il faut dire, entre autres, les étude...
Contemporary international migrations in Madrid's region
Afrobarometer Round 5: The Quality of Democracy and Governance in Benin, 2011
The Afrobarometer project was designed to collect and disseminate information regarding Africans' views on democracy, governance, economic reform, civil society, and quality of life. This particular survey was concerned with the attitudes and opinions of the citizens of Benin. Respondents in a face-...
Assembling Internationalization through Policies in the Governance of Higher Education
Specialization: Educational Administration and Leadership Degree: Doctor of Philosophy Abstract: The purpose of this study was to trace how relationships between global, national and local policy spheres are enacted as actors assemble in educational governance through their engagement with internati...
Does the collection have a future within the museum?
this article explores the possible consequences of the current evolution of the museum phenomenon on the place of collections in the museum. Globalisation, the development of digital technology, as well as the influence of new patterns of thought, such as post-colonialism, could transform the way in...
First Enticing With Desires: A Material Approach to Fo Guang Shan and Humanistic Buddhism
Degree: Master of Arts Abstract: This study explores the little-examined dimensions of a highly influential Buddhist organization, Fo Guang Shan (佛光山), which was founded in Taiwan and established more than 200 branches on all five continents. Through ethnographic research focusing on Buddhist materi...
The Custodians of State Policies Dealing With the Financial Crisis: A Comparison Between France and the US
International audience Following the 2008 global economic crisis and rolling out of austerity measures, elites of the state seem to have become a “political species” of their own, now under threat of extinction. The study of the health and defense policy reforms in France and the US during the 1990s...
1914-2014: nation and nationalism
The Great War mobilisations are rooted in national imaginations shaped by the 19th century in the countries of Europe. The double trauma of world wars is leading to a decline in nationalism and the introduction of new approaches to rebuilding societies. Globalisation is still challenging the narrow...
Global knowledge production in the social sciences. Made in circulation
International audience An innovative contribution to debates on the internationalization and globalization of the social sciences, this book pays particular attention to their theoretical and epistemological reconfiguration in the light of postcolonial critiques and critiques of Eurocentrism. Bringi...
Burying dead projects: Depositing the globalization compendium
In the digital humanities we specialize in imagining and launching digital projects, but we rarely consider how to end them. In this paper we propose to discuss the ends of a particular digital project as a case study for the planning of ending. The project we focus on is the Globalization and Auton...
Digital language practices in superdiversity
This special issue brings together research at the intersection of two emerging areas of scholarship in sociocultural linguistics, digital communication and superdiversity. It explores this relationship from two angles: the role of digital language practices in contexts of societal superdiversity, a...
Essays on trade policies and firm behaviour in the developing world
This dissertation contributes to the empirical trade literature that uses firm-level data to study the impact of globalization on firm behaviour. It improves the understanding of trade policies and their impact on heterogeneous firms in the context of a developing economy. The first chapter studies...
Confronting or being part of informality? the fight against terror and the formal boundaries of the State
The following article seeks to analyse the effects of globalisation on the role of the State and its relationship with the fight against terrorism. First try to provide an explanation of the characteristics and boundaries of the state in an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world, i.e....
European governance in the face of oil spills: changes in maritime safety policies after the Erika and Prestige
In 1999 and 2002, two oil spills caused by the wrecks of the oil tankers Erika and Prestige revealed the limits of the self-regulation of the maritime industry. During the 2000s, the European institutions responded to these disasters by prioritising the prevention of accidents at sea. How can it be...
The French language as a key for the students’ professional future: the example of the formation of engineers in telecommunications
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Innovation economics principles
Innovation or the introduction of all kinds of novelties into the economy became a real subject of study in the second part of the 20st century and, from the 1970s onwards, interfered with university curricula in economics, management, sociology, engineering, etc. Innovation is the intersection of t...
The long march of the Chinese luxury industry toward globalization The long march of the Chinese luxury industry toward globalization: questioning the relevance of the ‘China Time-Honored Brand’ Label
International audience This article will study the political and commercial aspects of the relationship that the urban society of contemporary China has cultivated with luxury brands. In 2006, the Ministry of Commerce embarked on a major revitalization of the “China Time-honored Brand” (CTHB) label,...