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Online conference and book | COVID-19 in Developing Economies
While the COVID-19 pandemic is mostly under control in many advanced economies, some developing countries in Africa and Latin America are registering an increase in the number of cases and may suffer long-lasting consequences from the pandemic. Although there is rapidly growing literature on the eco...
Recent econometric studies based on CFTC data
This article proposes a review of recent econometric studies which have made use of the disaggregated statistics of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) in the United States concerning open positions on oil derivatives markets by type of player. The more detailed distinction between “comm...
Maja Nazaruk, Sexual tourism in Southeast Asia. Markets of desires
Damage! This is a book that I looked forward to reading as the subject is delicate, difficult and requires truly scientific approaches. But reading the author’s journey immediately came to my attention: where was his legitimacy to deal with the matter? Maja Nazaruk is not a specialist in tourism, So...
Transport Infrastructure, sunk costs and firms export behavior
Street scene in the ghetto
Scene is not identified but is likely of the Maxwell Street market, on the Near West Side.
Planning technology maturation by exploration of useful problems in markets : the case of innovative startups
Technology-oriented innovative startups must conduct extensive experiments to gather sufficient proofs of value, so that they may reduce uncertainties before the launch of their products and services on the market. Despite their limited resources, the experiments conducted by startups are often rand...
Publication : "Lotteries, Art Markets, and Visual Culture in the Low Countries, 15th-17th Centuries".
RAUX Sophie, Lotteries, Art Markets, and Visual Culture in the Low Countries, 15th-17th Centuries, Leiden, Brill, 2018, 400 p. Présentation de l'éditeur : Lotteries, Art Markets, and Visual Culture examines the lotteries as devices for distributing images and art objects, and constructing their valu...
Conventions in Keynes’s theory of goods markets: investment and production decisions
David Dequech (2021) Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, Online first Abstract. The role of conventions in Keynes’s theory has been controversial. When dealing with investment and production decisions, Keynes referred to a projective rule that is his main example of convention. In addition, convent...
At the boundaries of food and medicine: the genesis and transformation of the “functional food” markets in France and Europe
Functional foods have swept across France and Europe since the late 1980s. Margarines enriched with omega 3 or phytosterols, yoghurts enriched with bifidus or vitamin-rich food supplements... these foods with health claims have reopened the boundary erected over the course of the twentieth century b...
‘We Are the Middle Class’ The New Turkish Middle Class: Identification, Behaviors and Expectations
International audience This article aims to identify and characterise the Turkish middle class. Our objective is to improve its description by implementing a clustering method combining an economic and a sociological approach. Using the Income and Living Conditions Survey (2014), we first identify t...
Brazilian action? Transits from the sex market
In this text I consider the notions of Brazilian agency that migrated to Europe from different sectors of the sex market. The analysis is based on a multi-site ethnography carried out in Brazil, Italy and Spain. I consider that the alteration of contexts has an impact on the re-significance of the d...
A crucial task for the political economy: criticism of techno-liberal innovation
This article is critical of innovation driven since the late nineties as a major societal project. The text provides two main contributions to the clarification of what is at stake in the project. The first is to argue that the innovation orientation is an economic policy of a neoliberal nature, whi...
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...
Understanding the growth of african financial markets
Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior, July 2017
<p>The Survey of Consumer Attitudes and Behavior series (also known as the Surveys of Consumers) was undertaken to measure changes in consumer attitudes and expectations, to understand why such changes occur, and to evaluate how they relate to consumer decisions to save, borrow, or make discretionar...
Super-replication in Fully Incomplete Markets
In this work we introduce the notion of fully incomplete markets. We prove that for these markets the super-replication price coincide with the model free super-replication price. Namely, the knowledge of the model does not reduce the super-replication price. We provide two families of fully incompl...
Broadcasting strategies in individualised programme markets
Financial Vulnerability and Export Dynamics
International audience This paper examines the implication of financial shocks on firms’ export dynamics in developing economies. To address this question, we use the Exporter Dynamics Dataset, which contains new data on the micro-structure of exports for 34 developing countries between 1997 and 201...
Imperfect Competition in Financial Markets
The competition between Island and Nasdaq at the beginning of the century offers a natural laboratory to study competition between and within trading platforms and its consequences for liquidity supply. Our empirical strategy takes advantage of the difference between the pricing grids used on Island...
Sensemaking on the energy market: <br />how industry deals with price uncertainties
Energy markets in Europe face growing uncertainty. Market liberalisation brings a major change, since it implies the creation of market mechanisms where previously there were public monopolies. At the same time, the price of crude oil is rising sharply. This communication explores how energy price u...
Logistical pooling: between theories and practices
The environment in which companies operate changes (stagnating markets, stronger competition, increasing environmental pressure, increasing costs, particularly transport costs, etc.).These changes encourage firms to adopt new strategies in managing their flows. The professional press is increasingly...
Young people and random cultures: from precarious employment to professional socialisation [Report]
The combination of the decline in the classic model of work and its extension between two ages, young people, created uncertainty at the borders of the labour markets. We are faced with a rather strong paradox: on the one hand, the employee remains the main focal point and full employment the object...
Analysis of audieters and TV advertising
[ES] The work aims at a thorough analysis of the current TV audience measurement system, explaining both their functional, technical and economic situation, as well as their impact on advertising procurement and prices. Current audience calculation systems are based on viewer behaviour that has been...
A Note on Delta Hedging in Markets with Jumps
Modelling stock prices via jump processes is common in financial markets. In practice, to hedge a contingent claim one typically uses the so-called delta-hedging strategy. This strategy stems from the Black--Merton--Scholes model where it perfectly replicates contingent claims. From the theoretical...
Urbanization and City Growth in China”
This dissertation studies urbanization and city growth in China. It is composed of tow parts. The first part begins with a review of theoretic models of urbanization in development economics, and then describes stylised facts of China's urbanization process. Problems of urban population measures, th...