Publication

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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Export decision under risk

José de Sousa recently published his paper “Export decision under risk” in the European Economic Review, 121, 2020, co-authored with Anne-Célia Disdier and Carl Gaigné. The line: The most productive exporters are more affected by a higher industry-wide expenditure volatility than the least productive exporters.

Abstract: We show that economic uncertainty in foreign markets affects firms’ economic decisions, particularly those of the most productive firms. Using export data (…)

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Banking integration in ASEAN-6: An empirical investigation

Congratulations to Philippe Gillet and Phuong Le for their article “Banking integration in ASEAN-6: An empirical investigation” accepted for publication in the revue Economic Modelling. The article is co-authored with Dao Ha and Dinh-Tri Vo.

Abstract: Banking integration is widely considered as the last stepping stone of economic integration, especially at the regional level. This paper aims to introduce extended measures of banking openness and the overall (…)

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Sportifs dopés mais pas dopés : comment remédier à ce non-sens ?

Fabien Gargam vient de publier un nouvel article intitulé “Sportifs dopés mais pas dopés : comment remédier à ce non-sens ?” sur The Conversation à propos d’un sujet qui dépasse de loin les frontières du sport. En matière de dopage/antidopage, les apparences sont particulièrement trompeuses. Agissons de manière à faire tomber les masques.

Le magazine Science & Vie a republié cet article en l’adaptant à sa guise:

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Distance-based measures of spatial concentration: Introducing a relative density function

Congratulations to Florence Puech for her article “Distance-based measures of spatial concentration: Introducing a relative density function” accepted for publication in The Annals of Regional Science. The article is co-authored with Gabriel Lang and Eric Marcon.

Abstract: For more than a decade, distance-based methods have been widely employed and constantly improved in spatial economics. These methods are a very useful tool for (…)

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