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The debate on the future of nuclear energy in Germany, France and Sweden: analysing the complexity of national stakeholder systems
The development of German, French and Swedish nuclear policies following the Fukushima disaster is part of the dynamics specific to the systems of actors in national debates. Germany is singled out by the construction of a coalition that has led actors with different profiles to support the shutdown...
The challenges and opportunities of the Great Ferroviaire Vitesse in terms of local development and sustainable development: analysis based on production and ownership of service innovations
There are many high-speed train projects in Europe and elsewhere in the world. These projects are now part of a context of sustainable development, and their ambition is primarily to limit, or even counter, the continuous growth of road transport for people. However, this primary ambition is accompa...
The French diplomacy and the Mediterranean interest's maghreban
The study which one will present door on "the French diplomacy and the Mediterranean interests' maghreban". It proposes to draw up an assessment of various aspects of the co-operation between France and the States of the Maghreban in particular the three countries of the "central Maghreb" (Morocco,...
The usefulness of the Sic in Economics (and vice versa)
Complementarity between information science and economics is the subject of research which, although still at an early stage, offers interesting results. Thus, the usefulness of CIS in economics can be illustrated by a media modelling test and their possible tendency to create ideological bias, whil...
Deconstructing migration paradigms through studies on the emigration and immigration of women in Italy
Research on Italian emigrants and immigrants has evolved in the same epistemic space, asked the same questions and provided complementary answers that allow progress to be made in gene-migration studies based on three findings. The first is that the complexity of migration flows is a process that is...
West African Migrations to Italy: An Anthropological Analysis of Ghanaian and Senegalese Politics of Mobility in Emilia Romagna
In this article we combine a mobility perspective with a biographical approach to explore the Italian experience of Ghanaian and Senegalese migration emphasising expectations, obstacles and practices in contexts of uncertainty and precariousness. First, we provide readers with an historical backgrou...
Social aid, representations of social justice and cohesion
The reference to pain, lack of counterpart to social aid and abuse of solidarity systems is repeated in the political, economic and social discourse of recent decades. We will draw on the 4th edition of the European Social Survey (2008) and the Perception des Inegalities et sentiments de justice (20...
Inter-institutional cooperation: challenges, difficulties, economic impacts, possible actions
Our research focuses on cooperation between institutions in the implementation of their policies in the regions. This issue is of particular importance in a particular economic context of financial crises and excessive state indebtedness, where efforts are made to control the allocation of public fu...
Tourism in Marrakesh: Locomotive for the development of an economy in crisis.
over the last 20 years, few tourist destinations in the world have built a success as fast as Marrakesh. To such an extent that the ‘Moroccan destination’ is often indissociable from that of the ‘red city’; Marrakesh’s case is unique in the world. Behind this achievement, a will and political commit...
Wine teaching in hotel schools
How is wine produced? Given globalisation, economic policies, regional development, the french paradox and education policies, what future does this cultural capital offer, bearing in mind that food practices change status for each generation? And what about this education in the neighbouring countr...
Raw material indexation and development: apart from the general conclusion
This note reproduces the general conclusion of a study entitled ‘Indexation of raw materials and development’, carried out between June 1976 and March 1978 by SEMA-PROSPECTIVE on behalf of the Ministry of Industry and Energy. The aim of the study was to determine to what extent and under what condit...
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...
Regionalism in global politics
On analyse les organisations interétatiques et plus particulièrement les intégrations régionales. Ces dernières sont appréhendées comme une voie médiane entre l'échelon étatique et le niveau international. On y précise une série de concepts tels que celui de « région », de « régionalisme » et de « r...
Small-scale fishing activity in the south of the Mediterranean: governance, socio-economic dynamics and environmental issues in the Algerian port of Jijel (Boudis)
Fishing is one of the most important socio-economic activities in the Mediterranean and particularly in the Maghreb. In Algeria, in recent decades it has become a leading employment sector for a large part of the coastal population. Exploitation of the sea is also one of the main animal protein reso...
In this article we consider the problem of testing the exogeneity of a subset of assumed endogenous variables in an econometric model. We first show that it is possible to present this problem in a general way both in the context of the instrumental variables and in the context of the maximum probab...
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...
The work of the experts: analysis of a food risk assessment system
Following various crises, the French Food Safety Agency was set up in 1999 to incorporate scientific advice into the assessment of health risks. The principle of expert opinion implies that professional and economic interests must be disregarded in the evaluation work. Observing the specific activit...
Money and credit aggregates: their use in the conduct of French monetary policy
Diversity management status in morocco. an exploratory stydu
peer reviewed The purpose of this article is to explore diversity management specificities in arab countries, especially in Morocco (North Africa). We analyse organisational initiatives, managers’ perception and the way they mainstream diversity tools in their management. The Moroccan industry is ba...
From neoliberalism to social-populism?: The transformation of the economic programme of the Front National (1986-2012)
The empirical analysis of developments in the Front National’s socio-economic programme since the 1980s shows that the party has gradually moved away from its original neoliberal preferences to adopt a redistributive, protectionist and interventionist agenda, the centre of gravity of which is now to...
A theory of elite-biased democracies
Elite-biased democracies are those democracies in which former political incumbents and their allies coordinate to impose part of the autocratic institutional rules in the new political regime. We document that this type of democratic transition is much more prevalent than the emergence of pure (pop...
Creation of a new investment capital vehicle, the free partnership company, and making OPCI
more attractive (Law No 2015-990 of 6 August 2015 on growth, activity and equal economic opportunities, known as the Macron Law; I. riassetto, La société de libre partenariat, a new professional investment fund in the French collective management landscape, Bull. Joly Stock Exchange, Oct. 2015 No 10...
Is nature protection sustainable? Protected natural areas and sustainable development
The management of protected natural areas, first from the end of the 19th century to the protection of the most remarkable natural features and sites guided by rather radical ecological principles, is now deeply affected by the paradigm of sustainable development. Protecting ecosystems is not enough...
The decision-making procedures provided for in the Treaties after Lisbon: what is the readability?
Joint observation report La Cimade — Loujna Tounkaranké — Migreuă: EU-Africa cooperation on migration: Chronic blackmail. Decryption of EU financial and policy instruments “
When Africa is called upon to help Europe”. Many African countries, the cooperation of northern countries, the presence of international organisations and the activities of NGOs are two-fold: as necessary and insufficient in a number of situations, including emergencies, it is also the counterpart o...