Query : Predatory innovation
- Adam P. Summers1
- Arcuset, Laurent1
- Arvis, Blandine1
- Băncilă, Raluca Ioana1
- Batifoulier, Philippe1
- Consuelo Pérez-Sayas1
- Da Silva, Nicolas1
- Denoël, Mathieu1
- Fournier, Stéphane1
- Gemma Camañes1
- Greicy de la Caridad Rodríguez Crespo1
- Josep A. Jaques1
- Kenneth C. Welch1
- M. A. Hurtado1
- María A. Gómez-Martínez1
- Maria Victoria Ibañez-Gual1
- Matthew A. Kolmann1
- Michaud, Fanny1
- Nae, Ioana1
- Nathan R. Lovejoy1
- Biological Anthropology2
- Political Science2
- Gender Studies1
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...
Predatory innovation in high-tech markets : analysis in European and American antitrust law
Innovation is often discussed in antitrust law. Predatory innovation is less considered. Perhaps it is because predatory innovation is considered euphemistic: innovation is generally seen as being predatory by nature insofar as its objective is the creation or improvement of an existing product in o...
Cerro de Pasco and the development paradox: imagine a transition to post-extractivism for an area in extractive dependence
The Peruvian city of Cerro de Pasco has been active in mining since prehispanic times. During the Spanish colonial expansion and subsequent independent Republic, the logic of infinite growth reshaped this ancestral activity, increasing its predatory intensity and alienating peasant communities into...
Disentangling mite predator-prey relationships by multiplex PCR
Gut content analysis using molecular techniques can help elucidate predator-prey relationships in situations in which other methodologies are not feasible, such as in the case of trophic interactions between minute species such as mites. We designed species-specific primers for a mite community occu...
Food level and light conditions affect the antipredator behavior in larvae of a stream-breeding amphibian
peer reviewed Understanding how long-term changes in environmental conditions influence the way that individuals cope with threats is essential in the context of behavioral adaptation to a rapidly changing world. However, little is known about the behavioral responses to predation risk for individua...
Innovation in Origin-Protected Localized Agri-Food Systems: Are Individual Initiatives Always to Blame? Case Studies in Mongolia and Peru
On a theoretical basis, innovation processes in Localized Agri-Food Systems (LAFS) and potentially associated Geographical Indications (GI) are perceived as necessarily collective. Recent literature on innovation systems has pushed the actors involved in the development of these local systems increa...
Always chew your food: freshwater stingrays use mastication to process tough insect prey
<jats:p> Chewing, characterized by shearing jaw motions and high-crowned molar teeth, is considered an evolutionary innovation that spurred dietary diversification and evolutionary radiation of mammals. Complex prey-processing behaviours have been thought to be lacking in fishes and othe...
Forest management, innovation, research and technological capacity: looking at a social responsibility for sustainable development
Reflecting on certain goals and targets of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, based on some of the problems that need to be overcome, in our view, this work will be the objective of this work. The ecological crisis is also a problem of rural and urban customary internalism, a way of life d...
The taking into account of the diversity of stakeholders in a sustainable tourism process
This action research is focused on the concept of sustainable development applied to tourism. It starts with an analysis of fundamental texts in order to know the essence of sustainability. It goes on analysing the taking into account of this concept by the tourism-concerned stakeholders. It ends wi...