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Les banques centrales et l'État-nationThe Central Banks and the Nation-State
The entire standard theory of central banking is constructed on the model of independence to the state. Yet the history of central banks comes back to the state, or rather to the nation-state. In order to understand the reasons for this paradox, this book analyses the evolution of the relationship between fifteen central banks and the state.
Banques et grande industrie
France, Grande-Bretagne, Allemagne, 1880-1930BANKS AND LARGE INDUSTRY
France, The United Kingdom, Germany (1880–1930)
A unique and timely perspective on interactions between capital and industry, especially given the current on-going changes in industry.
Le Biais comportementalisteBehavioralist bias
A whole series of cognitive biases prevent us from making rational decisions: conformity, aversion to loss, excessive self-esteem, preference for the short-term, etc. This book is a critical analysis of behavioral knowledge and its applications, in order to understand its success and explore its limitations.
Le bilan d'ObamaTaking Stock of Obama
This book analyses the internal and external policies of Obama's term, with a particular attention to the institutional and partisan context marked by the end of the conservatism of Bush's years and the difficult emergence of a new progressivism.
Blanc de plomb
Histoire d'un poison légal
Les bonnes pratiques des organisations internationalesThe Best Practices of International Organisations
OECD, World Bank , UN Women .... all organizations are now calling for "good practice" to improve their action, train their staff, improve their expertise and thereby legitimize their presence on land increasingly competition from non-state actors.
What are the conditions of success of a boycott? Is an alliance of consumers, citizens and workers possible? Mode of action of a global civil society and strong purchasing power, boycott could be as decisive for the twenty-first century as was the strike to the labor movement.