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The experience of the exodus
Face with the COVID-19 pandemic, the French government has put in place drastic measures to combat the spread of the disease. This includes the lockdown of the population. A lot of questions then arose; what will be the impact on our daily lives and future projects? What will happen to the practice...
State of play of the European issue
Since the beginning of the decade, the draft Constitution for Europe has become the main concern of European bodies and leaders. In the United Kingdom, it has gradually superseded the issue of euro adoption. As a result, the ruling Labour Government sailed through the meanders of this project until...
The sociopolitical patterns of agricultural modernization in China : stepping on transition pathways
This dissertation takes as its point of departure the recent renewal of the interest of the Chinese state in agricultural development. The approach of this research is twofold: political and sociological. The political approach focuses on the analysis of agricultural modernization policies between 2...
The principle of equality in the organisation of society. Emile de Laveleye. An intellectual at the service of the City
Émile de Laveleye (1822-1892) est un professeur d’économie politique de l’Université de Liège. Diplômé en droit, il a publié de très nombreux articles et ouvrages portant notamment sur l’organisation de la société et de l’État. Ses écrits témoignent d’une importante préoccupation accordée à l’égalit...
Three municipalities seeking change, the municipal management of Albi, Castres and Montauban from 1977 to 1982
Text written in 1982 In more than one third of the French average cities, the 1977 elections brought political change to the exclusive benefit of left parties. The text analyses the changes brought about by the arrival of a new generation of elected representatives on the basis of a comparative stud...
Towards sustainable growth in Russia?
economic outlook in Russia: Specialists speak in the general jamhaha of the media and experts from the standard think-tanks of the loan to think (here an example). They sent their analyses to the Russian government. We will decrypt the guidelines of the report resulting from the scientific advice se...
Development of authority to act and professional gender
AGERO BATISTA Matilde. Development of authority to act and professional gender: the profession of Community Health Officer in Brazil PhD Threse in Public Health and Epidemiology, under Yves Clot. Paris: CRTD C, 2015, 270 p. This thesis presents empirical results from intervention in the framework of...
The civil servant confronted with the official candidacy (1852-1870) -a contribution to a revaluation of the democratic and liberal caesarism-
The image of the Second Empire was disgraced for a long time in our national culture. Indeed the French defeat at Sedan, Victor Hugo’s diatribes and the Coup combined to firmly corroborate the dark vision of the period. Yet some historical studies have partly restored it by showing the reality of th...
Ogé Frédéric Le newspaper l’action française and the domestic policy of the Vichy government
Wieviorka Olivier. Ogé Frédéric Le journal l’action française and the domestic policy of the government of Vichy. In: Twentieth Siecle, History Review, No 8, October — December 1985. pp. 143-144.
Chapter 3. The crisis in the euro area: a very shared leadership
The Eurozone crisis dominates the first three years of Herman Van Rompuy’s presidency. The fact that she coincided with the beginning of her term of office turned out, if he was dare, to be social for her: indeed, strong leadership at EU level was needed to lead the debate at the summit, and the new...
Camera sciences The camera sciences: Practical activities and history of public devices
In the eyes of some contemporary authors, camera sciences appear to be a ‘success story’ of state-building. They then embody the first attempt in Europe, at the end of modern times, to systematise the study of public management and to establish a practical administration science, of which Germany wo...
Social housing in Chongqing and Shanghai
Social housing in post-Maoist China shows a complete paradigm shift from the 1990s onwards. Housing loses its status as a social benefit: attributed by companies (danwei) to their employees, it becomes a market good, whereas the construction sector is a major challenge for economic growth. A period...
A Too Free Conduit? When the Flow of Men and Ideas Turned against Marie de Guise
The purpose of this essay is to describe the way in which the substantial circulation of men and ideas between France and Scotland ultimately turned against Marie de Guise and the kingdom of France in the years 1559 and 1560. In order to build a Franco-Scottish kingdom, an initial step towards a Fra...
The impossible government of migration? Local management of global cash: amphihaline migrators (European eel and Atlantic salmon)
This article looks at the modes of government of two species of highly migratory amphihalin fish: European eel (Anguilla anguilla) and Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Based on a long ethnographic survey, this text proposes to analyse the arrangements of the governments of fisheries and stocks in cont...
The Social Against the Welfare State. Predation and social protection
The aim of this work is to read the history of the French welfare state in the light of the theory of a predatory state. An approach to social protection taken by the State in which protection is an instrument of predation is opposed to an approach described as ‘Social’ dominated by a ‘welfare’ soci...
Neither by chance, nor planned. : Gender, sexuality and childbearing during youth in Russia (1970s-2010s)
This study addresses, from a sociological and sociohistorical point of view, the transitions to adulthood of two generations of Russian women by focusing on their entry into sexuality, into conjugality and into motherhood. Interviews were held in Moscow and in Saint Petersburg with women (N=32) and...
The Intercultural University of Nations and Peuples Autochtones Amawtay Wasi. Can indigenous higher education contribute to the decolonisation of society in Ecuador?
the Intercultural University of Indigenous Nations and Peoples, Amawtay Wasi (House of Sagesse, Kichwa) was officially established in 2004, following the indigenous struggles of the 1990s in Ecuador. At the time, the UN Charter of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was not yet endorsed, and Ecuador ha...
Tôkyo 2020: toilet hunting starts
by Elsa Pecqueur. In 2017 there was a call for an increase in ‘universal ’ or ‘transgender’ toilets (daredemo toire) , aimed at meeting demand from Japanese users but also offering easier access to people with reduced mobility in Tôkyo before the Olympic Games (OJ) 2020. Again in 2018, Japan d...
Heritage and commemorations in liberal Italy: genealogy of the 1911 regional exhibition in Rome
Based on a comparative approach, this article aims to analyse the architecture produced for the regional exhibition held in Rome in 1911 (as part of the commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the unification of Italy), in the light of the political pedagogy initiated by the government during t...
5 August 1916: when the war broke out
On 5 August 1916, the government then passed a law on the rehabilitation of the faults which were cited to the order of the military unit to which they belong. The promulgation order was issued a few months later, on 26 October 1916. CC Source gallica.bnf.fr/Bibliothèque national of France
Measure the impact of the partisan effect on corporate governance reforms
We analyse the relationship between the adoption of corporate governance reforms aimed at increasing minority shareholders’ rights in the company and the partisan government affiliation for 16 OECD countries over the period 1970-2009, using a logit model with fixed-effect panel data and a time-to-ev...
Pour la deuxième année consécutive, la revue des Cinémas d’Amérique latine publie un long dossier sur le Mexique. Cette actualité rémanente du Mexique était, cette fois, liée à la décision des gouvernements français et mexicains de réaliser en 2011 une saison culturelle mexicaine en France, saison c...
Locally led peace building for a lasting peace in Colombia
Following four years of peace negotiations, the Colombian government and the FARC-EP signed a major peace agreement in 2016, representing a light of hope for this country torn by violence for decades. To date, this peace agreement process is considered to be the most inclusive, creating a global pre...
Press review — Tuesday 20 August 2019
G7: how to reconcile environmental and social progress/Architect Hélène Peskine, the Tribune, 20/08/2019 La France, President of the G7, put the fight against inequality at the heart of the Summit of Heads of State and Government held in Biarritz from 24 to 26 August. Forms of solidarity to respond...
Intervention at the National School of Prison Administration
The impossible health government in prison. Reflections based on the Côte d’Ivoire MACA. Speech by Frédéric Le Marcis to ENAP at the Elèves Directors of Prison Services on 29 April, downloadable here. 2nd row, from left to right: Frédéric Le Marcis (ENS de Lyon) — Guillaume Brie (Researcher Teacher...