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University demand and firm innovation : a quantitative and qualitative evidence
This dissertation studies the contribution of universities to industrial innovation by focusing on the impact that university demand has on the innovative performance of firms.In the first chapter, we conduct an in-depth literature review of the main research streams studying universities’ influence...
Press or media, literature or media culture? Question of concepts
Pierre Bourdieu would like to recall, after Marx, that the texts do not travel with their context. It should be emphasised that, strictly speaking, they should be read in the context of their relative adjustment report, which is also in many respects their intelligibility and relevance. Calls also f...
The Worldly Savages ˸ Novels of Urban Formation in the Twentieth Century (Proust, Lins, Naipaul, Oates, Bolaño)
Written with the vague memory of the novels of formation of the beginning of the industrial era, the novels of Marcel Proust, Osman Lins, Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul, Joyce Carol Oates and Roberto Bolaño return with melancholy to a question that has marked modernity: how do we record the story of...
Industrial ecology, eco-innovative milieu and diversification of the territorial economy : the case of the industrial-port complex of Dunkirk
Industrial ecology includes a set of practices aimed at reducing polluting industrial discharges and stands today as a possible way for the transition of industrial system towards a more sustainable operating mode, inspired by natural ecosystems. Its implementation can also be at the origin of innov...
Bread and poison: reflections for a research into the ‘environmentalism of work’ in Italy, 1968-1998
This article offers a preliminary reflection for historical research on a hitherto little considered aspect of Italian environmentalism: what I will call “work environmentalism”, i.e. the struggle for health in the working class’s working and living environments. History starts from a meeting — betw...
Proposition a model measure of the impact of the total quality management on the global performance : case study of Tunisian textile clothing industry
If the management of the industrial enterprise continually underwent some important philosophical and technological mutations (production in Just-to-time, Total Quality Management, robotics, new technologies of information, etc.), systems of assessment of the performance that are supposed to play a...
Mindfulness and management : effect of mindfulness on manager work-relations and leadership styles.
Mindfulness is a fundamental concept which has existed since the dawn of time in meditative circles. These days it is a psychological construct that is the focus of much writing, and tested therapeutic technique, notably in stress reduction and in depressive relapse prevention (Bishop et al., 2004 ;...
Literature on the theory and history of architecture, industrial shape and visual arts in the 20th century
Scientific Colloquium in Weimar from 27 to 30 June 1989 at the University of Architecture and Construction on: “Productive Power Development and Environmental Design”. Social and scientific and technological progress in its impact on architecture and industrial shapes in our times. At 100. Birthday...
Stone Bézier and its machine tools: The technical thinking of a mechanical reflector of the machine controversy of his time (1920-1980)
Pierre Bézier (1910-1999) is an innovative engineer of Renault, a pioneer in automation and industrial computing. He was a technician of his time, proud of his actions in cutting-edge areas of industry. On the other hand, the humanities produce a wealth of literature that reflects the machinist phen...
The community of municipalities as a pilot scheme for the study of an extended forest value creation network
Work in the field of network analysis shows relationships between topology and emerging systemic properties. However, since the Energy Transition Law, public policies have promoted industrial and territorial ecology (EIT) approaches. By its very nature, the EIT leads to a restructuring of business-t...
The effect of international acquisitions on the capital structure
We analyse the effect of acquisitions of foreign subsidiaries on the capital structure of US companies. Using an event-based approach, we first find that debt decreases at the end of the acquisition year and then increases in the next three years. Secondly, a multivariate analysis is carried out to...
Social network of firms, innovation and industrial performance
This thesis aims to answer three main questions ; how can one explain andinterpret the structure of an innovation network, are there positions in a network which allowfor an increased performance for firms and finally, are there network structures which favourinnovation ? In order to answer these qu...
Mediatic variation. Innovation in communication's industries and semiotic mutations
International audience The article introduces several studies about the mediatic mutations which are focused on the circulation of information and cultural forms in this mediatic context. First, the paper shows how theoretical literature defines the notion of « variation of sense ». Then, based on e...
Leadership in organisations A course of James March — Drafted and annotated by T. Weil
What is looking for recipes, tips and tips to become a good leader. For James March, the problems faced by the leader are the fundamental issues of existence, and these are better addressed in major literature works than in management manuals. Reading the War and Peace and Don Quichood helps to deve...
Young artists and the development of artistic quarters in Polish cities
The phenomenon of artistic quarters has been explored by many researchers interested in the spatial behaviours of artists in North American and Western European cities. Their analyses have often focused on the impact of this occupational group on transformations of selected urban areas: the arrival...
Conflicts and order : controversies over municipal solid waste incineration in China
The past few decades have witnessed the growth of controversies regarding municipal solid waste (MSW) incineration in many cities around the world. This is especially true when it comes to large and medium-sized cities in China. Various categories of actors—including the state, local authorities, ma...
The Procurement and Innovation function: challenges and opportunities
The capture of innovation and the growing need for innovation are leading businesses to implement new practices for managing inter-organisational relations. Innovation through Achats is becoming a major challenge, both for public authorities wishing to see successful start-ups in incubators of all k...
Employment impact of participation in competitiveness clusters’ R & D projects. Method and results
Since they were set up in 2005, the competitiveness poles have been presented as a structuring instrument of French industrial policy. Based on the implementation of an evaluation model clearly identified in the literature, this work provides a quantified estimate of the effect of competitiveness po...
Artificial intelligence, business management and the future of work in Brazil
Artificial Intelligence progresses around the world and changes in the relationship between people, services, machinery and industries. It is addressed in literature as the Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industria 4.0. Brazil is a time of transition compared to more developed countries, enabling th...
DROP SHIPPING IN ISLAMIC ECONOMIC LAW PERSPECTIVE: E-COMMERCE STUDY INTER MARKETPLACE DROP SHIP IN THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION ERA 4.0
Drop shipping is a business carried out by someone as an intermediary between suppliers and customers. This business has become a big trend in the market because it has the potential to get massive profits. However, there is still an assumption that the business is not following the teachings of Isl...
PARADOKSALITAS PEMOSISIAN PEREMPUAN NOVEL COLOMBA KARYA PROSPER MERIMEE
Women have been narrated by men authors since classical literature; this has continued into contemporary literature. In the 19th century, many authors were interested in narrating and positioning women in their novels. This period can be considered one of transition, in which traditionality and mode...
AVANT-GARDE AND KITSCH PHENOMENONS IN VISUAL ARTS
Avant-garde is a French military term referring to advance guard. Meaning innovative or experimental works or people in connection with the culture, art and policy terms in French or in other languages, avant-garde aims to modify the recognized norms within the art, culture, and reality definitions....
ON THE NEW EXPRESSION FORMS OF IN THE FASHION ILLUSTRATION
Illustrated as a pictorial technique; as well as being in the field of fashion design. Fashion Illustration; It started at a time when '' fashion '' started to become a field after the Industrial Revolution and became one of the means of expression applied for the fashion designer. Despite the inven...
Investigation of Turkish Higher Education as a Means of Influence in Relation to ‘Soft Power'
With the realization of soft power's potential in time which was emerged by the canalization of international diplomacy conjuncture directing to new quests after the industrial revolution and cold war, states have been led to apply various ways and methods regarding their foreign policies. Turkey al...
Microalgae as a potential source of single-cell proteins. A review
Introduction. Microalgae can be considered as one of the reliable sources of nutrients and other valuable substances that can meet the growing need for food and energy. In this review, the overall potential for microalgae, protein content and a brief description of certain microalgae species are pre...