Query : intégration régionale
- Beckouche, Pierre3
- Blanquer, Jean-Michel2
- Bosse-Platière, Isabelle2
- Bratosin, O.2
- Camille Escudé-Joffres2
- Disdier, Anne-Célia2
- Ducruet, César2
- Figuière, Catherine2
- Guigou, Jean-Louis2
- Mucchielli, Jean-Louis2
- Richard, Yann,2
- Uc, Pablo2
- Abbes, Souhir1
- Abdallah, Bochra,1
- Abdallah, Charles1
- Abu-Azizeh, Wael1
- Adolehoume, Amakoé1
- Akesbi, Najib1
- Alain Musset, Victor M. Soria (dir.)1
- Alejandre, Jesus Arroyo1
- Political Science104
- Economies and Finances39
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology14
- Architecture and Space Management11
- Methods and Statistics11
- Environmental studies10
- Archaeology and Prehistory8
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences8
- Biological Anthropology7
- Communication Sciences6
- Classical Studies5
- Cultural Heritage and Museology5
- Gender Studies4
- Musicology and Performing Arts2
- Art and Art History1
The French diplomacy and the Mediterranean interest's maghreban
The study which one will present door on "the French diplomacy and the Mediterranean interests' maghreban". It proposes to draw up an assessment of various aspects of the co-operation between France and the States of the Maghreban in particular the three countries of the "central Maghreb" (Morocco,...
Regionalism in global politics
On analyse les organisations interétatiques et plus particulièrement les intégrations régionales. Ces dernières sont appréhendées comme une voie médiane entre l'échelon étatique et le niveau international. On y précise une série de concepts tels que celui de « région », de « régionalisme » et de « r...
Heritage and commemorations in liberal Italy: genealogy of the 1911 regional exhibition in Rome
Based on a comparative approach, this article aims to analyse the architecture produced for the regional exhibition held in Rome in 1911 (as part of the commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the unification of Italy), in the light of the political pedagogy initiated by the government during t...
Long-term energy prospective modeling for South America - Application to international climate negotiations
Together, Central and South America and the Caribbean represent more than 450 million people and 12% of the Earth's total emerged land. The region stands out in the global energy landscape for the outstanding contribution of renewable sources to its energy production. Maintaining this level of renew...
Chapter VI: The integration of transport into a proactive planning policy (1958-1976)
Chapter 6 begins with the establishment of a regional transport authority (the PTS, which then becomes STIF) and the massive involvement of the state level. The latter set up a specific mission administration, the District (which became the Île-de-France region in 1976) and, from the 1960s, embarked...
Integrated application of geochemical and geophysical methods for hydrogeological impact assessment for tunneling in fractured rock
The interaction of tunneling with groundwater is a problem both from an environmental and an engineering point of view. In fact, tunnel drilling may cause a drawdown of piezometric levels and water inflows into tunnels that may cause problems during excavation of the tunnel. While the influence of t...
Resilience to globalisation in the European Parliament: interregional dialogue versus free trade
“Regional integration in Central Asia”. CEMOTI, 39-40, 2005, pp. 53-72.
this study focuses on the economic integration of the region since the fall of the USSR, including trade data in the ECO (Organisation for Economic Cooperation) and the SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organisation), showing the weak relations between these countries and the influential struggles of major...
Mobility and transport systems in sub-Saharan Africa: the challenges of poverty — Acts of the SITRASS 7 seminar (International Solidarity on Transport in Sub-Saharan Africa), Saly (Senegal), 22-24 March 2004
Organised with the collaboration of: — l’INRETS (France), — LET (France), — IRD (Senegal), MIET (Senegal) Financial support: French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The issue of the contribution of transport to the fight against poverty was one of the cornerstones of the conclusion of the SITRASS 6 semi...
The polarisation of French administrative and economic elites and the conflict over the strategic direction of French capitalism
Attention to multinational firms makes it possible to understand globalisation more concretely, highlighting the role played by the leaders of large companies in changing capitalism. If multinationals are not stateless, is there a common interest for French multinationals? Or has a higher interest e...
Political cooperation and regional integration in the Arctic: birth, development and criticism of a region
In this article, we show that the ‘top-down’ political cooperation in the Arctic at the end of the Cold War led to institutional regional integration. The latter has focused on environmental protection, which appears to be above all a political pretext. We understand the region as a political tool,...
Cooperation and regional integration in the Caribbean. Contribution to the study of complex and innovative regionalism
Local agriculture under direct contract: an opportunity for sustainable development for peri-urban areas?
the supply of agricultural products to households has evolved considerably, from self-production to the development of global agri-food sectors. This globalisation has resulted in depersonalised exchanges, where the identity of the producer is little in favour of standardised products guaranteed by...
The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership : Contribution to the Study of the European Union’s Soft Power
This thesis studies the rather complex contribution of the Euro-Mediterraneanpartnership to the EU’s soft power. We have examined the link between the objectives,instruments, programs, agreements and effectiveness of the euro-Mediterraneanpartnership’s action. It is not a matter of evaluating the pa...
Mobility of households versus business mobility: new room for manoeuvre for the State’s strategic action towards the regions
National audience. This article proposes a reflection on public action to accompany, guide and regulate regional transformations and differentiations in the face of globalisation. The challenges for the state are significant as there are more vulnerable employment areas alongside large agglomeration...
A Agri-food and Rural Pact for Euro-Mediterranean Regional Integration
The aim of this text is to show the need and the possibility of regulating globalisation in the Mediterranean area. This regulation requires action on the supply side by supporting the modernisation of agriculture in the south, by playing agri-climate complementarity within the Euromed region and by...
The inadequacies of integration in South America The inadequacies of integration in South America: Some explanatory hypotheses
In the complex dialectic between globalisation and regionalisation, the latter can contribute to better inclusion in the former developing countries. In order to achieve this goal, the regional integration process must comply with a minimum of basic requirements.
Regionalism in Latin America: competition and project convergence
Transnational dynamics and development in Mexico: the challenges of international migration
In a context of profound political transformations and the strengthening of regional integration dynamics, the volume of migration flows between Mexico and the United States remained very high in the first half of the 2000s. The development of a national security policy in the United States has not...
Italie, interface Nord-Sud : une occasion manquée ? (Italia, North-South interface : a missed opportunity ?)
The example of Italy illustrates the limits of the Mediterranean Area seen as interface North-South. The official representations of the territory, resulting from the local, national and European institutions, diffuse the image of the Mediterranean Area as a links, but the economic reality, here see...
A political analysis of integration in the Americas, between national strategies and hemispheric contexts
The political and economic integration of Latin American countries among them is one of the founding myths since independence. In the 1950s and 1960s, integration was carried out according to the ECLAC model, through the promotion of demand for regional internal markets. Its failure, the dictatorshi...
The sources of inequality in Tunisia : the contribution of socio-economic development model, economic growth and the institutional factor.
At the exact opposite intuitions according to which regional disparity is an unavoidable consequence of the dilemma of winners and losers, construction of inequalities in Tunisia is attributed to real forces. The first force echoes the economic development model at work since structural adjustment....
From a disbanded Euromed to a North-South industrial region in the Mediterranean
Although an integrated region includes Canada, the United States and Mexico, along with Japan, China and Dragons, they form part of a productive system that makes the proximity and complementarity of strategic assets inevitable that Europe and the southern shore of the Mediterranean will become econ...
From port cluster to regional port system: territories structured by the management of goods flows
The communication aims to shed light on a relatively unknown aspect of the global movement of goods concerning the role of the port cluster in the port transit of goods. We assume that the port station plays a dual role as a flow converter: random mass sea flows are converted into atomised flows but...
Exploring the economic development strategy of global city-states : a comparative case study analysis of the developmental success factors in Hong Kong, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, and Dubai
City-states have thrived in the antiquity and the renaissance period as exemplified by the city-states of Athens, Venice or Hamburg. In modern times, city-states have widely disappeared until the 1960s, when city-states and city-state structures in Asia and the Middle East have re-emerged and proven...