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Revue économique 64-6, novembre 2013
Economic cooperation reconsidered
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Revue économique 69-6, novembre 2018
Les Nouvelles frontières de l'Etat
David Martimort, et al.



Revue économique 70-3, mai 2019
La Structuration de l'espace économique : quels apports d'une approche pluridisciplinaire ?
Julie Le Gallo, Florence Puech, et al.



La sécurisation des parcours professionnels
Safeguarding Career Paths
Jacky Fayolle, Florian Guyot
This book analyzes the concepts of "flexicurity" and "career security", their different interpretations in France and Europe in order to improve their economic and social efficiency and to help a systemic overhaul of employment policies.



Services sans frontières
Mondialisation, normalisation et régulation de l'économie des services
Services without borders
Globalization, standardization and regulation of the service economy
Jean-Christophe Graz, Nafi Niang
Services represent almost 80% of the GDP of the OECD countries, but only 20% of their international trade. This innovating book, based on multiple case studies, lists the constraints of globalizing services, whether social, economic or cultural in nature.



Les socialistes français et l'économie (1944-1981)
Une histoire économique du politique
French Socialists and the Economy (1944–1981)
An economic history of politics
Mathieu Fulla
The criticism being levied is not new. In fact, though it first appeared after the 'defeat' of the "Front populaire", it has consistently returned since: French socialists are said to be economically incompetent. A stereotype? Mathieu Fulla offers an economic history of politics that participates in the current debate within the Left.



Théories de l'économie politique internationale
Cultures scientifiques et hégémonie américaine
Theories of International Political Economy
Scientific Cultures and American Hegemony
Stéphane Paquin
Born in the 1970s in the US, the UK and Canada, international political economy (IPE) has helped us to understand the transformations of the international scene. A critical overview of the main actors, debates and paradigms that structure the discipline.



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