Query : Trade-offs
- M.D. Anderson6
- P. Barnard6
- Kotrschal, Alexander4
- Pablo Tittonell4
- W.R.J. Dean4
- B. Daher3
- B. Harsa3
- Gerald Schernewski3
- Kristine Valujeva3
- L. Zhuo3
- O. A. Tuinenburg3
- P. Wu3
- R. H. Mohtar3
- T. McPhearson3
- Vince I. Madai3
- A. C. Smith2
- A. Staal2
- Andrea Funk2
- Anik Bhaduri2
- Annette Prochnow2
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Trade-offs between macroeconomic and financial stability objectives
International audience Ten years after the 2008-09 global financial crisis, most advanced economies have recovered and global economic growth has taken hold. However, partly due to accommodative financial conditions, financial risks are on the rise while inflation remains subdued. This revives the d...
How Are Law Schools to Pay for the Electronic Infrastructure They Are Building and Will Need to Sustain?
The necessity for trade-offs in traditional library expenditures forced by the need for building and sustaining electronic information systems.
Supporting multi-attribute decision-making for sustainability: an ecological economic modeling approach
This thesis for the habilitation to supervise research is built on 11 scientific articles, among which 8 have been published between 2007 and 2011. I present my work on "Supporting multi-attribute decision-making for sustainability : an ecological economic modeling approach". The challenge of sustai...
Parution - The Cost of Insanity
Alice Mauger, The Cost of Insanity in Nineteenth-Century Ireland. Public, Voluntary and Private Asylum Care Palgrave Macmillan, 2018 ISBN978-3-319-65244-3 Based on a comparative study between public and private institutions, this book examines the institutionalisation of mentally ill people in Irela...
Methods of statistical analysis of the land mobility and strategies of farms in the vicinity of the city
National audience The agricultural typologies of the French-speaking municipalities show that in areas with urban influence, farm reconfigurations are rapid and significant in terms of manpower, employment and land footprint (SEGESA-DRIAAF). The Green Belt and its fringes present an ambivalent situa...
Occupancy dynamics, personality, & behavior of Franklin's Ground Squirrel in agricultural landscapes
Habitat loss and fragmentation are the leading threats to biodiversity worldwide. In fragmented landscapes, movement of organisms among patches of suitable habitat is critical to ecological and evolutionary processes. Movement of organisms allows maintenance of genetic diversity, rescue of declining...
Viability trade-offs in the evaluation of strategies to manage recreational fishing in a marine park
anagement strategy evaluation (MSE) is an analytical process used to evaluate alternative strategies for the management of renewable resource systems against explicitly stated objectives using a dynamic simulation framework. A key pre-requisite of MSE involves turning broad conceptual objectives int...
Forests prone to tensions in metropolitan development: the example of the Gascogne heathlands between the urban areas of Bordeaux and Arcachon
‘titrebResume’/titreb The objectives of maintaining and developing rural areas are subject to strong pressure from metropolitan areas to rethink their tax strategy and to renew the trade-offs between the preservation of natural resources and the creation of new income. On the basis of an analysis of...
Towards new sensing capabilities for legged locomotion using real-time state estimation with low-cost IMUs
Estimation in robotics is an important subject affected by trade-offs between some major critera from which we can cite the computation time and the accuracy. The importance of these two criteria are application-dependent. If the computation time is not important for off-line methods, it becomes cri...
Grasp the Eviter-Réduire-Compensation sequence from the planning stage: from scaling up to implementation in the territories
Appanding the Eviter-Réduire-Compensation (ERC) sequence across a territory: what contributions and implications have such an approach compared to the classic implementation of the ERC sequence at operational project level? Why are actors in the region struggling to achieve the objective of no net l...
The perception of labour and health links. The role of gender and occupational norms
Available online (mobile barrier): www.cairn.info/revue-francaise-de-sociologie-2010-2-page-247.htm. The perception of relationships between work and health is approached from two types of sources, quantitative — the Sumer survey — and qualitative — a survey localised among hospital care workers and...
Geographic variations of life history traits and potential trade-offs in different populations of the parasitoid Leptopilina heterotoma
International audience Energy allocation is determined by resource availability and trade-offs among traits, and so organisms have to give some traits priority over others to maximize their fitness according to their environment. In this study, we investigated the geographic variations in life histo...
Improving Deliberative Environmental Management Under Uncertainty, 2009-2010
Improving Deliberative Environmental Management Under Uncertainty examined similarities and differences between expert and public understanding of uncertainty. This collection directly compares expert and layperson interpretations and understandings of different expressions of uncertainty, in the co...
Trade-offs and synergies in managing coastal flood risk: A case study for New York City
Decisions on how to manage future flood risks are frequently informed by both sophisticated and computationally expensive models. This complexity often limits the representation of uncertainties and the consideration of strategies. Here, we use an intermediate complexity model framework that enables...
Decide in education
Historians, archivists, economists, specialists in education science or foreign languages and cultures, in all their thickness, the stages of decision-making and its implementation at different times and in different geographical and political contexts. They call into question two commonly accepted...
Physicians’ incentives to adopt personalised medicine: Experimental evidence
International audience We study physicians’ incentives to use personalised medicine techniques, replicating the physician’s trade-offs under the option of personalised medicine information. In a laboratory experiment conducted in two French Universities, prospective physicians played a real-effort g...
Supportive 5G Infrastructure Policies are Essential for Universal 6G: Assessment using an Open-source Techno-economic Simulation Model utilizing Remote Sensing
Work has now begun on the sixth generation of cellular technologies (`6G`) and cost-efficient global broadband coverage is already becoming a key pillar. Indeed, we are still far from providing universal and affordable broadband connectivity, despite this being a key part of the Sustainable Developm...
Trading-off the Income Gains and the Inequality Costs of Trade Policy
This paper characterizes the trade-off between the income gains and the inequality costs of trade using survey data for 54 developing countries. Tariff data on agricultural and manufacturing goods are combined with household survey data on detailed income and expenditure patterns to estimate the fir...
“Off-balance sheet” and public finances in times of crisis. Public-private partnerships and accounting and financial expertise
The Communication aims to explore the different ways in which finance administration and political representatives use off-balance sheet management in public finance management. The private financial crisis and the sovereign debt crisis serve as a starting point for a retrospective return to the gra...
Evolution of life strategies in plants: from Cole to the current invasive species ecology
This review addresses the evolutionary and theoretical aspects of the study of life strategies in plants, from the first theoretical work of Cole to the newly developed theoretical and empirical work. The concept of vital strategy is reviewed, as well as the trade-offs between the features that defi...
Synergies between adaptation and mitigation in climate change finance
Paper accepted in: International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management (http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journal/ijccsm) As adaptation and mitigation are separated in international and national policies, there is also a division in the financial resources mobilized by the international co...
Strategic partnerships for food security in the Mediterranean: Cereals in the Mediterranean: Strategic issues and foresights: Progress report 3
Since the "hunger riots" of 2008, new challenges seem to face the Mediterranean in terms of cereal food security. The rise in cereal prices has shown food balances fragility in some countries of southern and eastern Mediterranean (Maghreb, Egypt, Syria, Jordan, etc.). This episode had placed the iss...
Employment policies in Europe: what responses to the crisis?
EEC Working Paper, No 129. http://www.cee-recherche.fr/fr/c_pub3.htm Employment policies have had to deal with the crisis after several years of reforms, including the development of activation measures, incentives to work, and the search for trade-offs between making the labour market more flexible...
Using the MitoB method to assess levels of reactive oxygen species in ecological studies of oxidative stress
In recent years evolutionary ecologists have become increasingly interested in the effects of reactive oxygen species (ROS) on the life-histories of animals. ROS levels have mostly been inferred indirectly due to the limitations of estimating ROS from in vitro methods. However, measuring ROS (hydrog...
Can the new European Pact on Immigration and Asylum respond to future migration challenges?
in September 2020, the European Commission, through President Ursula von der Leyen, launched the Third European Pact on Immigration and Asylum, the first one dating from 2008 and the second one from 2014, one every six years. This pact, like its precedents, is not a treaty but a consensus commitment...