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This book presents an in-depth, systematic investigation of the reporting of poverty in Wales, discussing findings from a two-year research project funded by the ‘Exploring the Narrative Coalition’ (a group of 10 Wales-based third sector organisations), the ESRC, and Cardiff University. Examining ho...
Heuristics and metaheuristics for the distributed assembly permutation flowshop scheduling problem with sequence dependent setup times
Assessment of Sustainability Using a Synthetic Index
A Re-Evaluation of the Educational Production Function
The polytope of block diagonal matrices and complete bipartite partitionings
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The purpose of this scholarly book is to expand the body of knowledge available on urban theology. It introduces readers to the concept of planetary urbanisation, with the view of deepening an understanding of urbanisation and its all-pervasive impact on the planet, people and places from a theologi...
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Estimation of consumers’ willingness to pay to reduce pesticides, based on experimental markets
Much work has been done in economics to appraise consumers’ environmental characteristics valuations. Economists have employed several methods to determine how consumers value the environmental characteristics of foodstuffs. In this study, we used an experimental market to determine consumer’s willi...
Perishable product bundling with logistics uncertainty: Solution based on physical internet
Greenhouse gas intensity of three main crops and implications for low-carbon agriculture in China
International audience China faces significant challenges in reconciling food security goals with the objective of becoming a low-carbon economy. Agriculture accounts for approximately 11 % of China’s national greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions with cereal production representing a large proportion (abo...
The Green Deal and the CAP: policy implications to adapt farming practices and to preserve the EU’s natural resources.
The June 2018 CAP proposals are only marginally consistent with the ambitions of the Green Deal. This is also the case of the regulation revisions being adopted by either the Council or the European Parliament in October 2020. Making EU agriculture consistent with the Green Deal but would require a...
Reunion Island energy autonomy objective by 2030
International audience Declared in 2010 as a UNESCO world heritage site, the overseas French Region of La Reunion – Reunion Island – has adopted a strategy for sustainable development which aims to attain energy autonomy by 2030. With currently half of the island’s power generated by coal-fired powe...
Consequences of milk quotas at the farm level: a sample study
Why and how to regulate animal production and consumption: the case of the European Union
International audience Throughout the world, animal production faces huge sustainability challenges. The latter are exacerbated in the European Union (EU) by consumption issues linked, in particular, to the health and environmental impacts of meat consumption, and by the increasing societal concerns...
A regional dynamics based on industrial diversification : the experience of Caxias do Sul region (Brazil)
This thesis deals with the economic development of the region of Caxias do Sul, situated in the south of Brazil, which presents some peculiarities that have been deserving little attention by the newest trends and developments of the literature on regional economics. The recent international globali...
The location of domestic and foreign production affiliates by French multinational firms
In this paper we combine two traditions in the analysis of firms’ location patterns. One led by trade economists who try to understand why do firms invest abroad, and another one led by urban/regional economists, who frequently use patterns of inter-regional or inter-city choices to estimate agglome...
Queuing Networks and the Topological Design of Supply Chain Systems
International audience Manufacturing firms are linking their internal processes to external suppliers and customers. The resulting supply chain is often a very large network of activities and resources. Modeling and optimization of such complex systems is a new area of research for which exact analy...
Strategic outsourcing and precision agriculture: towards a silent reorganization of agricultural production in France ?
In France as in other European countries, farm outsourcing has been developing for the past twenty years. Today, this phenomenon concerns both small and large farms. What is surprising is the growing number of farmers who outsource precision farming operations that involve sophisticated technologies...
Is the decomposition of the technical biased progress realizable with a Cobb-Douglas production function?
International audience The neo-classic exercise of growth economic accounting for a given country leads to a quantified diagnosis of the characteristics (capital, work, total productivity of the factors) of this growth while working with a function of Cobb-Douglas production. In the presence of bias...
Technical efficiency of Vietnamese manufacturing firms: do FDI spillovers matter?
International audience This paper investigates the spillover effect (backward, forward, and horizontal linkage) of foreign direct investment (FDI) firms on the technical efficiency of local firms. This research extends the literature by employing meta-frontier framework analysis which is superior to...
Developing local dairy production: the Laiterie du Berger, Senegal
This paper describes the work performed by the Laiterie du Berger, a dairy production unit in the Senegal River delta. It retraces the results of a field survey conducted among the cattle farmers who supply the dairy. Its general objective is to assess the impact of the Laiterie du Berger, as an ind...
University and knowledge production: the transition to a knowledge economy
Economias baseadas em recursos não renováveis levam, no longo prazo, à busca por formas para sua diversificação, já que os incentivos gerados por essa indústria são de tempo limitado. Esse estudo utiliza a economia da informação e do conhecimento como pano de fundo para explorar se a produção do con...
2nd Scientific Conference ‘Economy Today. Interdisciplinary Approach To Contemporary Economic Challenges’. Proceedings, March 11, 2016, Łódź, Poland
Scientific Council of the Conference: Prof. Zofia Wysokińska, PhD, University of Lodz, Poland; Prof. Elżbieta Kryńska, PhD, University of Lodz, Poland; Associate Prof. Piotr Urbanek, PhD, University of Lodz, Poland; Prof. Li–Jiuan Chen–Rabich, PhD, Tamkang University in Taipei, Taiwan; Associate Pro...
Avoiding double marginalisation in agro-food chains
Invisible Bridges ? Scientific landscapes around similar objects studied from Economics and Geography perspectives
International audience Understanding Science in a perspectivist approach (Giere (2010)), it is natural and necessary that disciplines or fields propose very different perspectives on real world objects. The yet-to-explore border regions at the interface, in which interdisciplinarity draws most of it...