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Nouvelles publications de Fabien Gargam

Fabien Gargam a récemment diffusé deux contributions relatives à la culture chinoise, l’un de ses axes de recherche.

– La première est une vidéo qui s’inscrit dans le cadre du partenariat Xerfi Canal/IQSOG/RFG. Elle dévoile ‘Les 6 piliers de la gestion de la crise du COVID-19 en Chine’. Son contenu permet de prendre de la hauteur pour celles et ceux qui vivent ailleurs.

– La seconde est un article (…)

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Thomas Breda (PSE) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 12 october, Online, from 11:00 to 12:00. Thomas Breda (PSE) will present “Electoral Democracy at Work” (with P. Askenazy).

Abstract:“We show that an institutional change designed expressly to heighten competition for the provision of union services can have a substantial effect on unionization and employment relations. We study a French reform of 2008 that introduced mandatory elections for representation of (…)

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PhD seminars in Economics 2020

On Thursday, September 24, the RITM has organized a series of PhD seminars in Economics. The format was 20 minutes of uninterrupted presentation and 10 minutes of Q&As.

The program:

NameTitle of Presentation10h-10h30Charles XavierUse and economic value of big data10h35-11h05Risienne MazenganiWell-being and transportation in digitization era11h10-11h40Alexis Noir-LuhalweDoes the Employer Size Matter to the Gender Wage Gap?11h45-12h15Ismaeel TharwatIs Globalization Stifling Innovation in Developing Countries?14h-14h30Kevin LefebvreTrade (…)

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Jean Lacroix (RITM – Université Paris Sacaly) at the RITM Economics Seminar

The next RITM Economics Seminar will take place on Monday 28 September, in room Gaudemet (Jean Monnet – 54 boulevard Desgranges – 92330 Sceaux) from 11:00 to 12:00. Jean Lacroix will present “Democratic purges in 1945 France: Was it all about separating the wheat from the chaff ?” (with T.S. Aidt – University of Cambridge / P.-G. Méon – Université libre de Bruxelles)

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Projet PROXE-SANTE

Sandra Charreire Petit est lauréate de l’appel à projet Covi-19 Paris-Saclay lancé en avril 2020. Son projet, financé à hauteur de 50k€, s’intitule PROXE-SANTE (Proximité Patient-Médecin Demain). Ce projet sera conduit avec le Pr. Damien Talbot, de l’Université Clermont-Auvergne et membre du CleRMA, et travaillera avec l’Institut Analgesia et l’entreprise Veltys, partenaires du projet. L’objectif scientifique du projet est de répondre au questionnement suivant : De quelle manière la (…)

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How cartoon characters and claims influence children’s attitude towards a snack vegetable

Valérie NICOLAS-HEMAR, has recently published the article “How cartoon characters and claims influence children’s attitude towards a snack vegetable – An explorative cross-cultural comparison between Indonesia and Denmark”, in Food Quality and Preference, in collaboration with Hanum PUTRI HAPSARI, Stephanie ANGKA, and Annemarie OLSEN (University of Copenhagen).

Abstract: While the use of cartoon characters is recurrently blamed for encouraging unhealthy food habits in children, these techniques conversely appear to (…)

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Estimates of the macroeconomic costs of cyber‐attacks

Ahmed Bounfour has recently publisher the article “Estimates of the macroeconomic costs of cyber‐attacks“, in Risk Management and Insurance Review, in collaboration with Rokhaya Dieye, Altay Ozaygen and Niaz Kammoun.

Abstract:This paper estimates the macroeconomic losses related to the cyber‐attacks originating from the information and communications technology (ICT) and the financial sectors. The study accounts for the interdependency of various economic sectors and looks to the cascading effect (…)

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How packaging colours and claims influence children’s vegetable attitude and intake – An exploratory cross-cultural comparison between Indonesia and Denmark

Valérie NICOLAS-HEMAR, has recently published the article “How packaging colours and claims influence children’s vegetable attitude and intake – An exploratory cross-cultural comparison between Indonesia and Denmark “, in Food Quality and Preference, 79, 2020, in collaboration with Stephanie ANGKA, Hanum PUTRI HAPSARI et Annemarie OLSEN (University of Copenhagen).

Abstract: Most marketing strategies for children focus on unhealthy foods, and it is less well investigated whether they can (…)

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