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CBS News/New York Times National Callback Poll, May #1, 2012

CBS News et al. (5 sept. 2013)

This poll, the first of two fielded May 2012, is a part of a continuing series of monthly surveys that solicits public opinion on a range of political and social issues. Respondents were asked how well Barack Obama was handling the presidency, foreign policy, the economy, the situation with ...

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Source : DANS

Comparison of four housing systems for non-lactating sows

Backus, G.B.C. et al. (1997)

From January 1994 to March 1996, a comparative study was conducted to determine whether group housing of dry sows can be advised as an alternative for individual housing. In the study three group housing systems (free access stalls, trickle feeding and the electronic sow feeding) and one individual ...

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Source : HAL

Can Underemployment Persist in an Expanding Economy? Clues from a Non-Walrasian OLG Model with Endogenous Longevity

Ponthière, Grégory (juin 2008)

This paper aims at casting a new light on the persistence of underemployment in emerging economies, by examining the relationship between labour market imperfections and longevity changes. For that purpose, we develop a two-period OLG model where longevity depends positively on the real wage, but ...

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Source : HAL

A sustainable urban logistics dashboard from the perspective of a group of operational managers

Morana, Joëlle et al. (2015)

International audience The aim of this paper is to propose a sustainable dashboard for evaluating the sustainable performance of urban delivery systems, from the perspective of operational logistics managers, one of the categories of stakeholders given less consideration by public authorities in ...

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Source : HAL

Use, abuse or contribute! A framework for classifying how companies engage with country image

Hynes, Niki et al. (3 mars 2014)

International audience The purpose of this paper is to examine the use of a positive country image (CI) by companies. First, it examines how organisations embed dimensions of a positive country image into their external marketing communications. Second, it examines the alignment between the ...

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Source : ORBi : Univ. Liège

Evolving science, technology and innovation policies in Belgium: a comparative study

Charlier, Nathan (avr. 2013)

Science, technology and innovation (STI) policies have gone through deep changes since the early 80’s. Multiple scholars have shown that there are new forms of links, or a renewed “contract” between science, as an institution, and the society: effects of neoliberalism, public controversies or ...

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Source : Ifremer

Management for mollusc culture in Mexico

Marcet, G et al. (avr. 1992)

Mollusc culture began formerly in Mexico in 1800, with the pearl oyster Pinctada mazatlanica. Oyster culture began in a commercial basis in the sixties, as an activity developed by the Mexican government in the Gulf of Mexico, yet the exploitation of the species was until 1989 reserved to fishermen ...

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Source : HAL

Can Firms' Location Decisions Counteract the Balassa-Samuelson Effect ?

Méjean, Isabelle (déc. 2008)

International audience This paper examines the determinants of relative prices in a model combining a Harrod–Balassa–Samuelson (HBS) mechanism and an endogenous location of traded good producers. Besides the standard HBS effect, asymmetric productivity improvements in the traded good sector push ...

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