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Mot-clé : L'histoire économique globale Philippe Norel_x
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Automatically Identifying Implicit Discourse Relations using Annotated Corpora and Raw Data

Braud, Chloé (18 dec. 2015)

Building discourse parsers is currently a major challenge in Natural Language Processing. The identification of the relations (such as Explanation, Contrast ...) linking spans of text in the document is the main difficulty. Especially, identifying the so-called implicit relations, that is the ...

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L'outil-frise : une expérimentation interdisciplinaire

Bergeret, Agnès et al. (2015)

Ont également contribué à cette publication : Denis Laforgue ; Sandrine Tolazzi ; Sophie Madelrieux ; Pénélope Lamarque ; Sabine Girard ; Mélanie Duval ; Suzanne Berthier-Foglar ; Philippe Bourdeau ; Anouk Bonnemains ; Hugues François International audience Le LabEx Innovation et Territoires ...

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Histoire globale, mondialisations et capitalisme

Beaujard, Philippe et al. (2009)

En quoi l'actuel renouveau de l'Asie plonge-t-il ses racines dans une " longue durée " globale ? Quelle est la nature des changements structurels accompagnant la croissance démographique, le développement de l'État et du commerce, l'accumulation localisée des richesses et du savoir ? Comment ...

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La crise de la croyance économique

Lebaron, Frédéric (14 oct. 2010)

Version complète avec les annexes. La crise financière mondiale a révélé l'intensité d'une série de crises structurelles : celle d'un ordre mondial dominé par les Etats-Unis, désormais fortement contesté par l'affirmation des pays émergents, en premier lieu la Chine, celle d'une ...

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The slave family in Bourbon

Gérard, Gilles (4 may 2011)

From the end of the 17th century until the abolition of 1848, Bourbon Island in the South-West Indian Ocean, saw a slave system marked by consolidation and practices of different authorities downgrading or denied family structures of the slave. Next to other means of servile resistors as the " ...

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« La Grande Brenne » in pre-industrial times (Indre). A contribution to the history of landscapes, fishponds and the relationships between societies and the environment in a continental wetland. Historical, archaeological and paleo-environmental approaches.

Benarrous, Renaud (8 dec. 2009)

“La Grande Brenne”, a 520 km² fish farming region situated in “Indre”, is a wetland of major ecological interest. Our goal is to add some information about the history of fishponds, its territory, its population and about the relationships between its society and its environment which have ...

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Fundamental Options of Modern Finance
Sological Domestication of a Financial Product

Martin, David (6 dec. 2005)

A sological Domestication of a Financial Options based on:- anthroplogical history- market rooms ethnography- professional and regulatory documets analysis- inquiry of development of modern finance theoretical (and practical) paradigm Cette thèse propose une façon ...

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Le microcrédit social : un "argent secours" en perspective historique - Le cas du prêt sur gages au Crédit municipal de Bordeaux

Pastureau, Guillaume (8 jul. 2013)

The first pawnshop, or "Mont-de-Piété," was created in 15th-century Italy to fight usury. The Mont-de-Piété and its pawn loan unquestionably became a fundamental pillar of social care. It promotes a charitable social economy and regards money as being at the center of all concerns for social and ...

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