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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...
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...
Co-locations between the factors of the urban malaria in Dakar: when entomology meets social sciences…
International audience INTRODUCTIONIf taken independently from each other, entomological variables and human socio-economic characteristics have clarified the risk of malaria infection in urban area with its uneven spatial distribution, their common explanatory share remains to investigate. Indeed,...
Towards a territorialisation of the value of businesses: the contribution of the functional economy
National audience The concerns of recent years regarding the introduction of solutions based either on institutional mechanisms or on market arrangements to update causes and anticipate and reduce the consequences of the recent accelerated environmental and climate deterioration (IPCC) have led econ...
The challenges and prospects for tourism in north-eastern Paris (18th, 19th and 20th districts), Plaine Commune and East Together through urban and contemporary art in the Great Paris era
Urban and contemporary art is becoming renowned in north-eastern Paris and is becoming an object of tourism. The works produced are part of territorial marketing, so artists have to deal with economic, political and artistic realities. The evolution of urban and contemporary art, its institutionalis...
Centrality of Land in the Capital Accumulation Regime in China
International audience This paper engages in a discussion between regulationists and urban scientists with the aim of bringing awareness of the growing role of property markets as drivers of contemporaneous capitalist regimes — a dimension that has not been given sufficient consideration by the Fren...
Relevance of fair value accounting for African banks: an empirical study
The accounting model based on the fair value measurement method, based on the measurement of assets and liabilities at market value, assumes the existence of efficient financial markets. In developing countries, in particular African countries, the question of the relevance of their use can be raise...
Transfrontalier et innovation territoriale : le jeu aux interfaces territoriales tranfrontalières
Coordination des journées, les 2-3 juil 2007 à l'Institut Cervantès
Places and links. Territorial policies in a globalised world
The rise of “interdependencies” on a large scale, commonly referred to as globalisation, is profoundly changing the hallmarks of our actions and projects. When the long-distance links and short time of global events are as structural as the proximity links and the long time of local roots, what are...
The ordinary jurisdiction of the provinces — Analysis through the lens of environmental competence
The basic principles of the system of division of powers in New Caledonia are laid down in Title 2 of Organic Law No 99-209 of 19 March 1999 on New Caledonia, and in particular Chapter 1 thereof: “The division of competences between the state, New Caledonia, provinces and municipalities”. The percep...
Environmental governance in the South: looking at a project to conserve turtles in Sri Lanka
The rural areas of southern Sri Lanka are currently facing increasing tensions between precipitated economic development and the conservation of natural resources that contribute to the island’s reputation. In this context, the article addresses the issue of local biodiversity protection initiatives...
Local innovation ecosystem and governance of urban projects: comments from the Grenoblois case
The “innovation ecosystem” is highlighted by the technological, economic and urban actors in Grenoblois as a founding and pivotal principle of their economic and urban development strategy. It is thus reduced from the strategic level of metropolitan planning to the operational scale of the urban pro...
The impact of the emergence of China's economy on South Africa
The purpose of this research is to analyze the impact of China’s economic development on the economy of South Africa. In order to address this question, five main channels of impact are identified: (1) Increased competition from Chinese imports on local market; (2) Increased Chinese demand for South...
Relational history of the gender among local artisans and merchants in the village (19th-20th centuries)
Our thesis focuses on crafts and rural trade between 1890 and 1960, a period corresponding to the peak and decline of these lines of businesses. As such, the working life of several families of small entrepreneurs has been studied: the framework of the small family business managed by a couple suppo...
Localised agri-food systems: products, businesses and local dynamics. Summary of the communications
National audience The SYAL refers to a form of organisation and a local development process based on a spatial concentration of agri-food units (farms, agri-food companies, service, marketing, catering companies) that enables them to structure themselves around a common activity. The current process...
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 effects of localization on economic performance: analysis of spanish tourism clusters
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Geographical indications and international agricultural trade : the challenge for Asia
International audience Food safety issues and economic growth have boosted the demand for quality food in Asian countries. In this context, the existence of traditional products with a long history has caused a proliferation of new geographical indications such as the famous Chinese longjing tea or...
Local development actors and strategies in Central Europe
The transformations in the new Central European Member States, following their entry into the European Union (EU), call for a renewal of rural development analysis frameworks. For more than 40 years, rural societies in eastern Europe have been the scope of the collectivist model, framed by central g...
Mining investments in French-speaking Sub-Saharan Africa : Legal and fiscal analysis : Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, Guinea, Mali, Democratic Republic of Congo and Sénégal
The states of French-speaking Sub-Saharan Africa, richly endowed with minerals, have achieved independence with a major handicap of underdevelopment, characterized by the rupture of the social contract. These states and their new leaders have, quite logically, put mining investments at the center of...
The Qajar pact. Bargaining, protest and the state in 19th-century Persia. London, Tauris, 2005, X-214 p., glossaire, biblio., index.
few historians in modern Iran have dampened social history. This original and remarkably constructed book should therefore be welcomed. After a first chapter on the new economic conditions created by the development of external trade, crops intended for export (cotton, opium, tobacco, etc.) A propos...
Golden Snow. Segregation and “entre-soi” in the alpin top of the range ski resort in Austria, France and Switzerland.
Winter sports resorts are tourist places where the dynamics of arrangement were studied for several decades. If the strategies of development of the tourist system in places considered capable of being able to support this activity are one of main stakes in certain local economies, this thesis wishe...
Can Chinese enterprise unions improve employee union identification? Comparative case studies of six subsidiaries of foreign multinational enterprises
Chinese enterprise unions suffer the apparent absence of relevance for employees. In the meantime, local governments and federations of trade unions are increasingly conducting enterprise union reforms with a view to promoting collective bargaining and union democracy. With these two trends occurrin...
The distribution of industrial establishments in Sfax: a radio-concentric diagram
While the spatial organisation of industry in agglomerations in developed countries has been sufficiently explored, that of cities in developing countries that have been engaged in an industrialisation enterprise has not, to our knowledge, been the subject of a quantitative geogra-phic study. Using...