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Les Nouvelles inégalités du travail
Pourquoi l'emploi se polarise
New work-based inequalities
The polarisation of the labour market
Grégory Verdugo
The polarisation of the labour market affects most countries and has become a striking phenomenon over the last two decades. It has led to an explosion in wage gaps and an increased risk of unemployment and insecurity. Is this phenomenon inevitable ?

Accès à l'énergie en Europe
Les précaires invisibles
European Energy Access
Invisible Insecurity
François Bafoil, Ferenc Fodor, Dominique Le Roux
In a Europe with limited budgets and faltering solidarity, how can we reduce the fuel poverty of a growing percentage of the population? This volume compares policies developed in United Kingdom, France, Germany, Poland and Hungary to deal with this phenomenon.

Améliorer l'assurance chômage
Improving Unemployment Insurance
Pierre Cahuc, Stéphane Carcillo
Inefficient, the French unemployment insurance system promotes job instability and helps maintain high unemployment. This summary shows that there is significant leeway to improve our system of unemployment insurance.

Donner la priorité aux moins qualifiés
Prioritising low-skilled workers
Pierre Cahuc, Marc Ferracci
Professional training greatly increases employment opportunities for low-skilled youth. As this work demonstrates, it shall be necessary to modify the governance of vocational education and funding for sandwich training in order to reach this objective.

L'assurance chômage aux États-Unis
Stéphane Auray, David L. Fuller

La Banque d'Angleterre
Une marche erratique vers l'indépendance 1977-2007
The bank of England
An erratic march towards independence 1977-2007
Sylviane de Saint Seine
This book closely observes the evolution, punctuated by periodic experiments and spectacular turnarounds, towards one of most significant institutional reforms in post-war United Kingdom : the bank of England.

Calmer les prix
L'inflation en Europe dans les années 1970
Slowing Down Prices
European Inflation in the 1970s
Michel-Pierre Chélini, Laurent Warlouzet, et al.
Following the oil shock of 1973, a massive wave of inflation spread throughout Europe. This volume explores these upheavals through a broad historical lens, by examining countries in Western, Northern and Eastern Europe, as well as trade unions, businesses and international organizations, particularly the European Community and GATT.

Capitalismes agraires
Économie politique de la grande plantation en Indonésie et en Malaisie
Agrarian Capitalism
The political economics of large-scale plantation in Indonesia and Malaysia
Stéphanie Barral
This survey on the rise of plantation companies since the 1970s, shows the conditions for the emergence and development of agrarian capitalism with a strong environmental and economic impact both in Asia and over the World.

Capitalismes asiatiques et puissance chinoise
Diversité et recomposition des trajectoires nationales
Asian Capitalisms and Chinese Power
The Diverse Reconfigurations of National Trajectories
Pierre Alary, Elsa Lafaye de Micheaux
Faced with the new Chinese hegemony, other Asian countries have been forced to adapt, while preserving their own designs on emergence. Consequently, various national forms of capitalism arise and co-exist. As a laboratory of contemporary forms of capitalism, Asia prefigures the major economic and geopolitical transformations of the decades to come.

Capitalismes émergents
Économies politiques comparées, Europe de l'Est et Asie du Sud-Est
Emerging Capitalisms
Comparing Political Economies of Central Europe and South East Asia
François Bafoil
A unique comparative history of South East Asian and Central European economies, before and after 1989, through the prism of different models of political domination.

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