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Does the "digital divide" exist ?

Guichard, Eric (5 sept. 2003)

This text begins with a criticism of discourses about the notion of ‘digital divide'. Regardless of the identity of their authors (politicians, G8 ‘experts', activists), these speeches are mostly based on technical determinism and on a confusion between information and its support. This paper ...

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Boon or Bane? Others' unemployment, well-being and job insecurity

Clark, Andrew E. et al. (déc. 2008)

The social norm of unemployment suggests that aggregate unemployment reduces the well-being of the employed, but has a far smaller effect on the unemployed. We use German panel data to reproduce this standard result, but then suggest that the appropriate distinction may not be between employment and ...

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Pre- and end-haulage of containers in shipping chains: the neglected role of transaction costs in shippers' modal choices

Lendjel, Emeric (2 déc. 2013)

Lots of studies have been devoted to shipper's modal choices since Baumol and Vinodt (1970) seminal papers. But, surprisingly, whereas institutional aspects play a determinant part in the structure of relationships in every supply chain, they are barely taken into account in academic papers ( ...

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Should we stay or should we go? Irregular migration and duration of stay: the case of Moldovan migrants

Borodak, Daniela et al. (8 juin 2012)

This paper analyses the link between irregular migration and duration of stay. Using household and regional development data from Moldova and running a duration model, we find that duration of migration is longer for illegal migrants than legal migrants. Further investigation demonstrates that this ...

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Ecuries et autres bâtiments fonctionnels dans le château d'Urvei (Sardaigne) aux XIIIe et XIVe siècles

Poisson, Jean-Michel (2013)

En cours de publication dans les actes du Congrès de la Société d'Archéologie Médiévale Etude archéologique des écuries du château d'Urvei dans le contexte de l'élevage équin en Sardaigne au Moyen Âge

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FDI and the labor share in developing countries: A theory and
some evidence

Decreuse, Bruno et al. (23 oct. 2008)

This paper addresses the impact of FDI on the factor distribution of income in developing countries. We propose a theory that relies on the impacts of FDI on productive heterogeneity between firms in a frictional labor market. We argue that FDI have two opposite effects on the labor share: a ...

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Les formes d'engagement dans l'activité patrimoniale

Tornatore, Jean-Louis (8 janv. 2007)

The mobilization for heritage has been continually growing for the past thirty years. The text gives some clues for understanding this expansion. It is commonly thought that it is due to an excessive taste for heritage as well as an overexpansion of memory. Heritage is what may be called a « champ ...

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Yardstick competition in a Federation: Theory and Evidence from China

Caldeira, Emilie (5 janv. 2011)

While some scholars argue that fiscal decentralization gave Chinese local officials strong incentives to promote local economic growth, traditional fiscal federalism theories are not directly relevant to explain such an effect in the particular context of China. In this paper, we explain the ...

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La guerre à Gaza (2009): le conflit israélo-arabe en question

Piet, Grégory et al. (30 mars 2011)

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Chocolate price fluctuations may cause depression: an analysis of price pass-through in the cocoa chain

Araujo Bonjean, Catherine et al. (13 oct. 2014)

The aim of this paper is to explore the channels of transmission of the fluctuations in the world price of cocoa to the consumer of chocolate bars in France. This case study can be considered as an illustration of a more general pattern of asymmetric vertical price transmission in the commodity- ...

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