La nouvelle étude FNEGE 2018, « La transformation numérique des écoles de management », coordonnée par Imed BOUGZHALA, Professeur à IMT – Telecom EM, et Aurélie DUDÉZERT, Professeur à l’Université Paris Sud, est parue le 30 Janvier 2018. L’accélération des innovations technologiques a fortement bouleversé les usages et a conduit à une transformation globale des organisations, dont les écoles de management ne font pas exception. L’étude se penche (…)
Mariona Segú is back at the RITM after a 5-months visiting period at Furman Center in NYU. The Furman Center is interested in research and debate on housing, neighbourhoods, and urban policy. Mariona was followed by Professor Ingrid Gould Ellen, Faculty Director of Furman Center and participated in all the research activities (…)
Professor Ahmed Bounfour presented at two events in Tokyo, Japan, at the beginning of December 2017:
On 1 December, at the WICI Symposium at the Okuma Auditorium of Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan. He presented “An Approach to Big Data Analysis on Integrated Reporting Practices of French Listed Companies” (programme) On 2 December, at (…)
The next RITM Management Seminar will take place on Thursday 1st February, in Gaudemet (Jean Monnet – 54 boulevard Desgranges – 92330 Sceaux) from 12:00 to 13:00. Valérie Nicolas Hémar and Liselotte Hedegaard will present “How do Danish and French children make sense of well-being in food context? A cross-cultural approach of the concept of Food Well-being“.
Grazia Cecere, Fabrice Le Guel, Matthieu Manant and Nicolas Soulié recently published their survey « The Economics of Privacy » in New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics.
Abstract : The increasing digitalization of the economy and advances in data processing have drawn economists’ attention to the role of personal data in markets. The economics of privacy aims to analyze how individuals, firms, and policymakers interact in markets where personal data (…)
Servane Le Clinche recently published his article « Consumers’ attachment in the sporting equestrian context: a cluster analytic approach » in Managing Sport and Leisure. This article is co-authored with Guillaume Martinent and Nicolas Chanavat. This article can be downloaded here .
Abstract : The purposes of this study were to develop the Point of Attachment Index in Equestrian (…)
Jean-Noël Senne recently published his article « You’ll be a Migrant my Son: Accounting for Migrant Selection within the Household » in Economic Development and Cultural Change. This article is co-authored with Isabelle Chort and can be downloaded here.
Abstract : This paper presents a theoretical model to account for household-based migration decisions (…)
Margherita Comola participated at Paris Migration Seminar (PMS) the december 5. She presented her paper Network Formation in Quasi-Experimental Agrarian Reform Settlements: Evidence from Brazil (with Mariapia Mendola).
Abstract: This paper investigates the formation of social networks in a newly created village economy in Brazil, resulting from the establishment of agrarian reform settlements led by landless workers’ movement. We use data from a tailored survey on all households in (…)