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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...
Comparative analysis of relations between China and Latin America, the cases of Chile and Venezuela
[ES] The growing importance of China is altering the world order and questioning the hegemony of the major Western powers. The Asian country has experienced an incredible evolution over the past thirty-40 years, from a closed and fully planned economy by the state, to a socialist market system, whic...
Empire figures, fragments of memory
The Emperor’s figure and its methods of remembrance were particularly studied, the provinces of the Greek part of the empire and the diversity of political, social, economic and religious approaches to the control of a capital city-state of empire, and Roman law, from the stages of its codification...
School Principal, a marginal at the center of the school syste : power analysis in primary school
This thesis explores the way in which power relations are constructed in French primary schools, by posing the question of the reality of the "power" of school principals. Power is mainly understood in the Croatian sense, as the control of areas of uncertainty by the various actors involved. French...
Impact of contaminants on diatom’s fatty acids.
Fatty acids (FA), which are the main components of storage and structural lipids, are crucial for the maintenance of membrane fluidity and play a central role in metabolic energy storage. Pesticide impacts on FA profiles have been documented in marine microalgae, but remain understudied in freshwate...
Selection of the most environmentally benign ionic liquids option by coupling OECD standardized tests and fish leucocyte mortality
To reduce health and environmental risks of chemicals and to minimize the environmental footprint of human activities, green chemistry searches for alternative, environment-friendly reaction media and at the same time strives to increase reaction rates and milder reaction conditions. A growing area...
Sparse approaches for the exact distribution of patterns in long state sequences generated by a Markov source
We present two novel approaches for the computation of the exact distribution of a pattern in a long sequence. Both approaches take into account the sparse structure of the problem and are two-part algorithms. The first approach relies on a partial recursion after a fast computation of the second la...
Rivalry, why do we do?
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe myth of ‘gender complementarity’ has fuelled all the segregation against women for the last two centuries. Psychoalysis has contributed, inter alia, with her own myths which are not necessary either to the theory or practice of psychanalysis, such as the ‘enthusiasm of the...
The nature of Einstein's objections to the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics
In what follows, I examine three main points which may help us to understand the deep nature of Einstein's objections to quantum mechanics. After having played a fundamental pioneer role in the birth of quantum physics, Einstein was, as it is well known, far less enthusiastic about its constitution...
Observe what is “out of the show”! Paradoxical epistemological problems of psychanalytic observation
The group’s question puts psychanalysis into a necessary question about the historical origins of its epistemologic fundamentals. At the hearing of the 20th century two major intellectual revolutions will fundamentally change our view on the nature of the reality and, upstream, on the subject itself...
The challenges of heritage in the management of economic development: a conceptual framework
The aim of this article is to present a conceptual framework to analyse the challenges of heritage for economic development and thus to manage imbalances that may arise at national and international level. A heritage strategy should focus on the human well-being of a population, but it would be unre...
The new foundations of transnational private regulation
In Section I of this Article, the factors driving the emergence of the new transnational private sector are identified in comparison with, on the one hand, the law of the markets and, on the other, the international public system. In Section II, the discussion focuses on the private sphere, by analo...
Social sex relations and the production of family law in Senegal and Morocco
In Senegal and Morocco, the reform of family law aimed to reconcile the imperatives of Islamic religion with the recognition of the principle of gender equality. The issue of the status of women has been the central issue in the debates on the opposition between equality and complementarity, which r...
Young people, Islam and social workers: competition and complementarity? Comparative study of two popular neighbourhoods in the northern suburbs of Paris
Employment protection and capital-labor ratios
Employment protection (EPL) has a well known negative impact on labor flows as well as an ambiguous but often negative effect on employment. In contrast, its impact on capital accumulation and capital-labor ratio is less well understood. The available empirical evidence suggests a non-monotonic rela...
The strategic environment effect in beauty contest games
Recent experimental studies have shown that observed outcomes deviate significantly morefrom the Nash equilibrium when actions are strategic complements than when they are strategic substitutes. This "strategic environment effect" offers promising insights into the aggregate consequences of interact...
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...
Mobility for emancipation or mobility for rooting: interaction between the mobility scales in Paris and Santiago de Chile
The joint look at individual or family strategies for daily and residential mobility — which is proposed below — aims to improve their understanding in a context where housing appears not only as a destination or origin, but also as a resource for mobility. This look will make it possible to observe...
For a meta-theory of psychotherapy
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe diversity of psychotherapeutic methods and theories requires epistemological thinking, a meta-theory of psychotherapy. Whatever the profession of origin, psychotherapy requires training, which involves the person of the therapist: it is a treatment that is aimed at psychism...
Revisiting the Interaction between the ICC and National Jurisdictions as a New Gateway to Strengthening the Effectiveness of International Criminal Justice
`titrebSummary`/titrebThis article explores the effectiveness of international criminal justice setting out from the doctrinal thesis of the “integrated law-enforcement system” based on the “shared governance” of public functions between State and international institutions. Particularly, the aims o...
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-2012)
While throughout 2012 the celebration fasts will have been able to give Romusseauist criticism the image of a rich and varied discipline, flourishing with fringes and virtuosity, this efflorescence of the tricentenary of the birth of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-2012) struggling to mask the crisis an...
The evolution of song, dance and guitar relations in the flamenco from the 1850s to the 1920s
I analyse how relations of complementarity and rivalry between dance, singing and guitar from 1850 to the early 1920s influence the development of flamenco. The Andalucian popular dances accompanied, inter alia, by guitar are, of course, at the origin of the creation of gender. However, gitano-andal...
Be or not be an eco-citizen: a question of institutions?
on the basis of a qualitative survey, it is sought to describe and interpret the relationship between public energy policies aimed at the population and the ordinary uses of energy by these populations in their daily lives (in terms of travel, heating and lighting). On the basis of a criticism of th...
A trainee in a slum-town in Argentina
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn Argentina, the ‘social issue’ is defined in terms of the fight against poverty. It is through the experience of a student in an association partly funded by UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund) that the dynamics of social and humanitarian work are intertwined through ‘soc...
Peer relations: The challenges of children with special needs
Children with special needs, due to the greater likelihood of developing a disorder in one or more areas of their development, and due to the obstacles they may find in the context, can have their social performance compromised, which can entail consequences in short and in long term. It is, therefo...