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What rationality to the animal spirits ? : study on the investment behavior of entrepreneurs in non probabilistic uncertainty

Lainé, Michaël (15 sep. 2014)

In a background of fundamental uncertainty, entrepreneurs cannot rely on a precise calculus of profitability. For their investment expectations, they have to lean on their animal spirits, that is an analogical, instinctive judgment about the future associated with an automatic emotional decision ...

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La nuit en question(s)

Espinasse, Catherine et al. (sep. 2005)

Longtemps ignorée, la nuit fait aujourd'hui l'objet d'attentions multiples : à des fins économiques, on cherche à la conquérir dans des villes mobiles, démontables, qui vivent en continu et multiplient les événements festifs ; à des fins politiques, on veut protéger ce qui mérite de l' ...

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La France en Grèce : étude de la politique culturelle française en territoire hellène du début des années 1930 à 1981

Cheze, Mathilde (26 jun. 2013)

The aim of this work is to study how the era from the Thirties to 1981 represents a key moment for the cultural presence of France in Greece. Dominant foreign culture from the end of the 18th century to the beginning of the 20th century, France has to face new rivalries (especially the United States ...

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Lay aristocracy in the mirror of the hagiographic narratives of Pays d'Olt et de Dordogne (10th-11th centuries)

Fray, Sébastien (26 nov. 2011)

version de soutenance The present study falls within the scope of the debate about a possible "feudal mutation" around the year 1000. It is concerned with the study of lay aristocracy during the 10th and 11th centuries, by giving equal attention to ideological and material aspects of its social ...

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A renown abbey in modern times : the Abbaye aux Dames de Saintes

Tissot, Allan (16 apr. 2012)

Between the late Middle Ages and the French Revolution, the story of the Saintes Abbey is worth being known to help having a better knowledge about religious communities and of Saintonge itself. It was the second feminine community in France because of its incomes, and the second richest lord in its ...

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Middle class generations and "gentrification work". Social change and urban change in the areas of Bas Montreuil and Croix-Rousse, 1975-2005

Collet, Anaïs (10 dec. 2010)

At the intersection between urban sociology and social group sociology, the thesis addresses the phenomena of gentrification affecting historical working-class areas over the last thirty years and their key players, the gentrifiers. Typical of the emerging "new middle classes" in the late 1970s, ...

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A realist theory of European integration : Conditions for transforming an international system into a domestic one

Haroche, Pierre (30 nov. 2013)

This thesis proposes a theoretical framework able to account for the transition from an international system to a domestic one. It relies on empirical studies from the history of European integration. Its model is based on two principal factors: the offense-defense balance and the degree of ...

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Melancholy, skepticism and writing power in the baroque age

Israël, Natacha (27 jun. 2014)

Nous examinons d’abord les aspects de la souveraineté politique sur la scène shakespearienne. À la lumière des analyses consacrées par Walter Benjamin au drame baroque, en 1928, et de la réaction de Carl Schmitt dans Hamlet ou Hécube (1956), nous montrons que Shakespeare met en scène la ...

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Essays on the Paris Club, Gibrat's Law and the history of the Banque de France

Manas, Arnaud (16 oct. 2013)

Cette thèse sur travaux est la synthèse de publications réalisées entre 2005 et 2012 ainsi que de papiers de travail. Elle est organisée autour de trois axes : des questions relatives au Club de Paris, des articles au sujet de la loi de Gibrat et des travaux autour de l’Histoire de la Banque ...

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The vertigo in the margins in the works of Salman Rushdie. Metaphoric and metonymic strategies

Blache, Sébastien (10 dec. 2009)

The figure of the migrant is central in the work of Salman Rushdie. It is the fulcrum of a narratological, rhetorical, philosophical and metaphysical compound articulating a Weltanschauung oriented by what Edouard Glissant calls " circular nomadism ". In this unstable and unpoised baroque world, ...

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