Query : crisis
- Revel, Danièle27
- Guarnieri, Franck23
- CNRS, REGARDS21
- Becić Ivan M.17
- Napoli, Aldo16
- Blot, Christophe15
- Fontanel, Jacques15
- Timbeau, Xavier15
- Mathieu, Catherine14
- Saraceno, Francesco14
- Graf, Klaus13
- CBS News,12
- Garbolino, Emmanuel11
- Poisson, Philippe11
- Giorgio Baruchello10
- Heyer, Eric10
- Perrineau, Pascal10
- Plane, Mathieu10
- Evers, J.C.9
- Political Science5489
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences2722
- Art and Art History2348
- Gender Studies2080
- Methods and Statistics2002
- Economies and Finances1774
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology1399
- Architecture and Space Management1359
- Cultural Heritage and Museology526
- Environmental studies502
- Archaeology and Prehistory485
- Communication Sciences430
- Biological Anthropology411
- Musicology and Performing Arts260
- Classical Studies239
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...
Financial regulation and international competitiveness: the case of Deutsche Bundesliga
“Financial Regulation and International Competitiveness: The Case of the German Bundesliga“: The paper discusses the intensively discussed problem of financial crisis, overburdening debts and insolvencies in professional European football. The academic literature identifies several special character...
Art and war: the Syrian case
In Syria, the local art scene was quite remarkable a few months before the February 2011 uprisings. Together with the early stages of Arab modernity in the second half of the nineteenth century and supported during the baathist period by strong investments by the political authorities, Damascus had...
A Reseña de Pandemónium by Jorge Alemán.
Mercedes Barros This book is an incitement to think, on the basis of this global crisis, in these other ways of being in a community, and to forge ties in and through the differences that are peculiar to us. I believe, essentially, that Jorge’s words throughout the text operate as a sort of incisive...
Business and History Review: what standards for the company? Business and History Review: what standards for the company? With regard to the Enterprise and History issue, published by Blanche Segrestin
, a reading report published in the magazine ‘Managers Comprise’, No 102 For the authors of this special company and history coordinated by Blanche Segrestin, the context of the economic crisis is accompanied by a destabilisation of the company (balance between shareholders, managers and employees;...
Morphogenesis of the Tech Valley in Bains (Pyrenees-Orientales) during Holocene and slopes up to the end of Bronze Age
Preventive archaeology operations prior to the construction of a development have highlighted two alluvial terraces and unprecedented dejection cones in a portion of the average Tech valley whose post-glacial history has so far been poorly documented. After a presentation of the morphodynamic develo...
Modernisation of public services: State of play and challenges of socio-economic management of teams and missions
Since almost 30 years, public service organisations have taken various steps to modernise. Initially motivated by the need to better manage public money, they are now rather linked to the loss of monopoly and above all to the global economic and financial crisis. For several years, states have incre...
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...
Collective Treatment of States' External Debt
Le traitement collectif de la dette extérieure des États trouve sa raison d’être dans la récurrence des crises de la dette souveraine et l’échec de solutions individuelles. En effet, si celles-ci ne sont pas nouvelles, leur répétition au fil des années les rend toujours d’actualité et leur gestion,...
Renwez — Chemin des Écoliers
Un projet de construction d’une maison de santé par la Communauté de Communes Vallées et Plateau d’Ardenne a motivé la réalisation d’un diagnostic au sud-est de la commune de Renwez, chemin des Écoliers, sur une emprise de 5 430 m2 qui a pu être sondée à 11,28 % (612,47 m2). Cette opération d’archéo...
Venezuela 2019: The outcome of an announced crisis, the conditions for a possible renaissance
Biarritz Library 6 June 2019 18h00-20h00 organised by Biarritz Festivals to analyse the deep and geopolitical environment of the unprecedented crisis Venezuela is experiencing today and imagine a possible outcome, this conference organised in partnership with the Biarritz Festivals Association. Pier...
Populism has died, populism lives!
Timothy Appleton The writer José Miguel Rojo perhaps spoke on behalf of many people when, in his 2018 article in El Salto, he mentioned the end of the populist sequence in Spain.  He argued that “the populist moment” had started in 2011, after the financial crisis, and started to decline with Pod...
Three essays on bank overliquidity in the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC)
This thesis is based on three essays focused on analysis of the excess liquidity in the CEMAC countries. The first one identifies the determinants of excess liquidity in developing countries by studying the case of CEMAC member countries from 1985 to 2002. The GMM estimator used has shown that the e...
Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 19 2020)
The handling of this crisis shifts from local governments to international bodies. New global regulatory regimes are envisaged and experienced. The result of lock-in measures to contain the pandemic will be a global recession of unimaginable proportions. Test for the end of the world
Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 15 2020)
In this context, far from forming a more equal society thanks to a virus that beyond its current reach does not distinguish between social origins, it should be noted that the situation widens material, social and symbolic inequalities.
La détresse psychologique de la mère et ses besoins d'accompagnement à la suite du dévoilement de l'agression sexuelle de son enfant
Child sexual abuse is a prevalent social problem. The ratio of sexual abuse victims who are minor is considerable (Pereda, Guilera, Forns, & Gómez-Benito, 2009) While child sexual abuse has been associated with a number of various consequences in childhood, research also shows that they tend to pers...
Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 18 2020)
It is clear that, as well as the State is responsible for public policies in response to citizens’ rights, each citizen is also responsible. It is a shared responsibility, otherwise there is no way forward, which highlights the social, ethical and solidarity-based values of social coexistence. Subje...
Think about the pandemic. Coronavirus Social Observatory (No 12 2020)
In this phase of the pandemic crisis, work must be a source of life and not of pain, persecution and pathologisation. Work-related violence (mobbing) in the COVID-19 pandemic
The effects of bank levies post-financial crisis in Eastern Europe
The liberal Economists and the 1848 crisis
Group of ideologists, with no direct influence on a national economic policy which seems to be more inspired by colbertism than by Adam Smith, the French economists seem to have no control over a Revolution in 1848, the originality of which is manifested by the resonance of socialist doctrines who s...
Lyon Round Table 11-12 October 2013 What is an economic crisis in Antiquity?
http://afhe.hypotheses.org/3008 the analysis of the economic concepts of crisis, growth and progress often faces, for ancient economies, on the one hand a lack of numerical sources and, on the other hand, the impression that these economies have stagnated over several centuries. However, the accumul...
Landscape morphological analysis between archaeology and town and country planning. Urban form and country form studies in Val-d'Oise (France)
This work explains how historical landscape study can be used for town and country planning.<br />The morphology studies land allotment, settlement and road networks dynamics. In the first part, we explore the morphological experience in archaeology, geography and town planning. It contains conceptu...
The role of complex social services for the children from families at risk
The social assistance for social risk families in Lithuania is provided by child protection agencies, social welfare departments, family support and crisis centres, pedagogical-psychological services, care homes, various educational institutions and NGO's. One specific form of social support service...
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...
Long-term asset allocation, risk tolerance and market sentiment
International audience This paper studies optimal equity portfolios with long-term horizon under heterogeneous risk aversion levels. We focus on European stocks and empirically show that contemporaneous excess returns of semi-active strategies are negatively associated with market conditions and sen...