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The subjectivity of climate change in the island. The case of Saint Pierre and Miquelon
Islands are the first to be affected by climate change (CC): their small size, generally low altitudes and external dependence increase their vulnerability to natural, particularly coastal hazards, aggravated by CC (Bertrand and Richard, 2011). Nowadays, the introduction of adaptation to CC is criti...
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...
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;...
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...
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...
The sociopolitical patterns of agricultural modernization in China : stepping on transition pathways
This dissertation takes as its point of departure the recent renewal of the interest of the Chinese state in agricultural development. The approach of this research is twofold: political and sociological. The political approach focuses on the analysis of agricultural modernization policies between 2...
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...
The Dilemma of Copyright in Sub-Saharan Africa: Ghana in Focus
A just, fair and equitable international copyright system is vital for the proper functioning of knowledge development and access. Thus copyright law has come to occupy the centre stage of international economic development and countries identify it as a powerful catalyst in fostering national econo...
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...
Leisure, leisure and volunteering for older people
Many changes are happening globally. Leisure, as a social and cultural element, does not remain unconnected with such developments and, in turn, contributes from a personal, social and economic point of view to the shaping of certain habits, lifestyles, different ways of understanding rest and recre...
International audience The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe - June 2010
Social housing in Chongqing and Shanghai
Social housing in post-Maoist China shows a complete paradigm shift from the 1990s onwards. Housing loses its status as a social benefit: attributed by companies (danwei) to their employees, it becomes a market good, whereas the construction sector is a major challenge for economic growth. A period...
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...
Why Suicide-Terrorists Get Educated, and What to Do About It
This paper tries to reconcile the observed fact that suicide-terrorists have a relatively high education level with rationality. It brings out the conditions under which potential students choose to acquire some education in a rational-choice model where this yields a non-zero probability of blowing...
The circular economy: governance and territorial development
The linear economy, as represented today, is based on a process of wealth creation based on the conversion of natural resources into waste through production. This traditional or conventional model (Buclet, 2011) in which goods are manufactured, consumed and subsequently disposed of has now clearly...
Urbanization and City Growth in China”
This dissertation studies urbanization and city growth in China. It is composed of tow parts. The first part begins with a review of theoretic models of urbanization in development economics, and then describes stylised facts of China's urbanization process. Problems of urban population measures, th...
Pun Ngai, Migrant Labor in China: Post-Socialist Transformations
describing in the first chapter of this book how the socialist development model has been systematically challenged as to its inability to generate prosperity for the Chinese population, Pun Ngai explains that she was “forced to explore these new topics, such as migrant workers”, who paid the “histo...
Il n’est pas facile de décrire les rapports de l’histoire économique et des autres histoires. À l’évidence le domaine de l’histoire économique est si vaste, ses limites si incertaines, qu’elle a besoin de l’appui des autres histoires, de leurs méthodes, de leur manière de connaître ; elles ont des t...
Development of nutritional synergies for the optimization of osteoporosis prevention strategies
Osteoporosis is a chronic bone disease whose prevalence increases with age. It results from an alteration in the quantity and quality of the skeleton (micro-architecture and bone mineral density) with an increased risk of fracture and co-morbidities. According to recent epidemiological studies, it i...
Landscape research in Slovenia
Slovenia lies at the junction of the Alps, the Pannonian plain, the Dinaric mountains, and the Mediterranean and underwent Germanic, Romanic, Hungarian, and Slavic cultural influences. For this reason, its landscapes are very diverse. We distinguish four basic landscape types (Alpine, Pannonian, Din...
An analysis of the role of women in economic development /
Urban cooperation as a research site [Interview with Annik Osmont and Charles Goldblum]
Interview with Annik Osmont (honorary conference master of the University of Paris 8) and Charles Goldblum (Professor Emerite d’urbanisme, University Paris 8). Feedback from Samuel Ripoll "What knowledge is needed to analyse and inform urban cooperation? How has the French research and training land...
Reflection prior to research on the development of economic intelligence in sub-Saharan Africa
Industry in European countries. Winners and losers in the face of the rise of emerging countries
Introduction For many economists globalisation inevitably leads to the transfer of many productive activities to emerging countries. In developed countries, economic growth is low, the weight of industry is shrinking and the development of unsophisticated services is witnessing an ageing population....