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Activist Biology : The National Museum, Politics, and Nation Building in Brazil
Brazilian society was shaken by turmoil in the 1920s and 1930s. The country was rocked by heated debates over race and immigration, burgeoning social movements in cities and the countryside, entrenched oligarchies clinging to power, and nature being despoiled. Against this turbulent backdrop, a grou...
Inter-institutional cooperation: challenges, difficulties, economic impacts, possible actions
Our research focuses on cooperation between institutions in the implementation of their policies in the regions. This issue is of particular importance in a particular economic context of financial crises and excessive state indebtedness, where efforts are made to control the allocation of public fu...
Is ecology an adjustment variable?: The environment and sustainable development under the chairmanship of Nicolas Sarkozy
The environment and sustainable development have received unprecedented political and social attention during the five years Sarkozy: proactive statements, ambitious reforms, etc. However, the overall interpretation of reforms and policies should not be limited to an analysis of the proactive politi...
National Medical Expenditure Survey, 1987: Survey of American Indians and Alaska Natives, Preliminary Dental Visit Data [Public Use Tape 23.3P]
The National Medical Expenditure Survey (NMES) series provides information on health expenditures by or on behalf of families and individuals, the financing of these expenditures, and each person's use of services. The Survey of American Indians and Alaska Natives (SAIAN) was designed in collaborati...
Introduction to No 156: Policies, actors and dynamics in the Global Health era
The latest African Health Policy issue dates from December 1987 (D. Fassin and E. Le Bris (Dir.), ‘Health Policies’, African Policy, No 28, 1987). This dossier aims to fill this gap of more than 30 years and to reflect the significant recent changes in the world of public health in Africa. The shape...
Privately-owned buildings, re-housing, what next steps ? Professionnals and inhabitants involved in an urban renewal operation
Since 2003, more than 400 popular districts categorized as sensitive urban zones and 4 million inhabitants have become part of a program initiated by the Framework Act on Town Planning and Urban Renewal (so-called “Borloo law”). In order to achieve district transformation and social diversity, the p...
The Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG) and its members (1910-1939): academic actors and disciplines
, most of which emerged at the beginning of the xx century, have often been perceived as conservative corporatist groups, and in particular the Society of History and Geography Professors (SPHG), and as such have been made responsible for the difficulty of reforming the school disciplines they inten...
Children in cities. Considerations about the place of play and the architect’s creativity in the light of the emergence of the guaranteed city
The presence of all young children on the streets sometimes manifests itself as gestures of escape and exploration that have been removed from parental supervision. On closer inspection, the event inspired by these “escape gestures” seems to reveal an essential dimension of the sensitive urban relat...
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...
The civil servant confronted with the official candidacy (1852-1870) -a contribution to a revaluation of the democratic and liberal caesarism-
The image of the Second Empire was disgraced for a long time in our national culture. Indeed the French defeat at Sedan, Victor Hugo’s diatribes and the Coup combined to firmly corroborate the dark vision of the period. Yet some historical studies have partly restored it by showing the reality of th...
From stagflation to depression
The relative success of the fight against inflation and excessive attention over the short period tend to mask trend developments in developed economies. The political consensus on the idea of restoring the “big balances” means that the reasons for the continuing rise in unemployment in Europe — a f...
Urban governments and policies in Beirut and Lebanon
Lebanese pre-war town planning was “liberal”, but centralised, like the economy. In fact, there were few plans, old ones and many derogations. The war has multiplied the centres of influence, creating a sort of forced decentralisation, and Beirut broke out into several areas of influence. Post-war,...
Quebec, France, United States: crisis and transformation of sectoral methods of regulation: milk quotas in Quebec and Canada: is a threat?
* INRA-IREP BP 47 X 38040 Grenoble cedex (FRA) Dissemination of the document: INRA-IREP BP 47 X 38040 Grenoble cedex (FRA) National audience The principles of the LAITIERE policy put in place in Canada between 1967 and 1975 allow effective monitoring of the produced quantum and public funding of sup...
Urban policy and housing policies in Morocco: uncertainties of a strategy
The Moroccan State’s strategy since independence has been aimed at limiting the weight of cities and maintaining rural rural areas in the countryside by means of a rural spatial planning and equipment policy, a refusal of industrialist choice. Despite this proactive attitude, public action has at th...
Efficient, Fair, and Incentive-Compatible Healthcare Rationing
Rationing of healthcare resources has emerged as an important issue, which has been discussed by medical experts, policy-makers, and the general public. We consider a rationing problem where medical units are to be allocated to patients. Each unit is reserved for one of several categories and each c...
Ogé Frédéric Le newspaper l’action française and the domestic policy of the Vichy government
Wieviorka Olivier. Ogé Frédéric Le journal l’action française and the domestic policy of the government of Vichy. In: Twentieth Siecle, History Review, No 8, October — December 1985. pp. 143-144.
The Role of Externalities and Uncertainty in Policy Design: Evidence from the Regulation of Genome Editing
Externalities and uncertainty play an important role in the design of regulatory policies. Regulatory tools must be selected while taking into consideration the side-effects that regulated products or services have on other individuals and on the environment. This study investigates the externalitie...
Inclusion of students with educational needs in Chile: tensions between theory and practice
This article discusses how public policy understands the concept of inclusion of students with special educational needs or skills, translates it into legislation and brings such regulations into practice. Based on an ethnographic observation, we explore the diverse ways in which inclusive practices...
Opening risk gouvernance with a vigilance system: lessons learned from the Blue Tongue Virus outbreak in 2006
CBS News Monthly Poll #3, April 1999
This poll, fielded April 13-14, 1999, is part of a continuing series of monthly surveys that solicit public opinion on the presidency and on a range of other political and social issues. Respondents were asked to give their opinions of President Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, First Lady Hilla...
9 February 2021: Patrick Savidan
The next session of the normative policy philosophy seminar will take place on Tuesday, 9 February 2021, from 17 a.m. to 19 p.m., online. Participation is based on registration with: urfalino (at) ehess.fr. Patrick Savidan (Paris-Est Créteil University) will speak on: Inequalities as a public proble...
policy against fiscal deviance in International Crisis situation
The public finance crisis of 2008 led to a proliferation of public revelations by the media of tax avoidance behavior. International mobilization demonstrates the limit of national legal action.This thesis proceeds from the principle that the legal scope of tax evasion becomes limited and penal repr...
Economic experiences in agricultural economics. State of play and dynamics of research
The experimental economy is increasingly used in the agricultural economy. This article reports on a Researchers School organised in 2015 by Department SAE2 (Social Sciences, Agriculture and Food, Space and Environment) of the INRA in order to take stock of the work using this method and discuss its...
Why is the use of zero-rate eco-loan so low?
national audience The zero-rate eco-loan (EPTZ) allows home owners to finance energy renovation works without paying interest. Launched in 2009, this flagship environmental policy of Grenelle has not achieved the desired success. Today, the Citizens’ Climate Convention (2020) proposes to generalise...
The Power to Tax in Sub-Saharan Africa: LTUs, VATs, and SARAs.
In the context of achieving the new Sustainable Development Goals, revenue mobilization is a high priority in developing countries and in Sub-Saharan Africa, where governments’ ability to tax remains limited. Using a unique revenue dataset spanning the period 1980-2010, we analyze three important ta...