Expert perceptions of the EU targets for emissions, renewables, and effciency

Congratulations to Yannick Perez who published his paper “Achievable or unbelievable ? Expert perceptions of the European Union targets for emissions, renewables, and efficiency“, co-authored with Khanam T., Rahman A., Mola-Yudego B., Pelkonen P., and Pykäläinen Energy Research & Social Science 34 (2017) 144-153.

Abstract : In 2007, the European Union (EU) set goals to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, called H2020 targets, by 2020. Following the adoption and implementation of policies related (…)

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When organizational time shapes generational stereotypes

Mélia Djabi presented her paper “When organizational time shapes generational stereotypes. An in-depth qualitative case study of organizational generations”, co-authored with Laura Cottard and Sakura Shimada at EGOS.

Abstract: Based on an in-depth qualitative case study of a French railway company, the paper shows that the generational categories contrasting the ‘young’ and the ‘old’ reflect, above all, the recent transformations of the profession of train driver. Generational stereotypes highlight a struggle for the legitimate (…)

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The RITM on RFI!

Jean-Noël Senne was one of the guests of the radio show « 7 milliards de voisins » on Radio France Internationale (RFI) this Tuesday, September 5 th. He was invited to discuss the root causes of migration in Sub-Saharan Africa and the role family and networks play in the migration decision, with the (…)

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Appel à contribution pour un Numéro spécial de la Revue Économique

Un appel à contribution sur le thème : « La structuration de l’espace économique : quels apports d’une approche pluridisciplinaire ? » est ouvert !

Ce numéro spécial de la Revue économique, coordonné par Julie Le Gallo et Florence Puech, a pour objectif de réunir des avancées récentes fondées sur une vision pluridisciplinaire d’une meilleure prise en compte de l’espace dans l’analyse des systèmes sociaux. Il rassemblera des contributions (…)

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Organizational socialization tactics

Mélia Djabi  attended the AOM conference and presented her paper “Organizational socialization tactics: insights from a cross-national perspective”, co-authored with Kerstin Kuyken (UQAM) and Sakura Shimada (Lirsa, Cnam).

Abstract: This paper aims to identify the influence of the national context on organisational tactics and practices that are favored by organizations in order to socialize new recruits. A comparison of Canadian, German and Japanese institutional contexts brings to light national contingency factors that (…)

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Barriers to entry in frequency-regulation services markets

Congratulations to Yannick Perez who published his paper “Barriers to entry in frequency-regulation services markets: Review of the status quo and options for improvements”, in the Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 

Abstract : As the share of intermittent renewable energy sources increases, it will be necessary to increase the volume of frequency-regulation reserves. New sources of reserves can be found in distributed energy resources: controllable loads, Electric Vehicles (EVs), distributed generation units. However, (…)

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Svetlana Abramova (U. of Innsbruck) at the Digital Economics seminar

The first presentation of the Digital Economics seminar series, joint with Telecom ParisTech, will take place on Thursday September 7th. Svetlana Abramova (University of Innsbruck) will present “Mixing coins of different quality: a game-theoretic approach”

Where? At Telecom ParisTech, 46 Rue Barrault, 75013 Paris, from 13.30 to 14.30 in B603.

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Prix Top Cas entrepreneuriat 2017

  Nathalie Claret a obtenu le prix Top Cas entrepreneuriat 2017. Ce prix a décerné par la CCMP pour le cas “L’Orangerie de Paris : une start-up pressée ?” L’énoncé étudiant est présenté sous forme de synopsis de série TV et permet aux étudiants d’étudier : “saison 1”, le parcours de la création d’entreprise ; “saison 2”, la recherche de (…)

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Food retailers make me happy

Valérie Nicolas-Hémar attended the Third International Colloquium on Kids Retailing in Bordeaux, on 15th– 16th June 2017. She presented her paper “ ‘Food retailers make me happy’ What wellbeing means to children in food context”, written in collaboration with Pascale Ezan.

Abstract: Drawing on the FWB paradigm and (…)

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Donor National Interests or Recipient Needs?

Felipe Starosta de Waldemar attended the 4th DIAL Conference on Development Economics held at the University of Paris-Dauphine, on June 29 and 30th 2017.  He presented “Donor National Interests or Recipient Needs? Evidence from EU Multinational Tender Procedures on Foreign Aid”.

Abstract:  Official development assistance provided bilaterally by donor countries usually combines  altruistic and self-interest motives. This paper explores if these traditional determinants of  bilateral foreign aid also (…)

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