Projet H2020 PLUS – Événement – Shaping our Future in Smarter Regions and Cities: Digitalisation, Jobs, Growth

Post-2021 cohesion policy aims at smart specialisation and digital transformation. This generates new job profiles across sectors, creates opportunities for growth and global competition. However, digitalisation of work will also impact at all levels: on workers, regions, social security and tax systems; it may reinforce inequalities and challenge territorial cohesion. This workshop will explore inclusive digital economic growth and discuss scenarios for shaping a sustainable, inclusive future of work which is focusing on cohesion and the diversity of European …[Lire la suite]

Projet de recherche TAPAS – Événement

Forum des Plateformes Coopératives

11 octobre 2019 de 14h à 21 h 

Bourse du Travail de Paris

29, bd du Temple – 75003 PARIS

Les plateformes numériques ont bouleversé notre façon de nous déplacer, consommer, voyager… De gigantesques acteurs, comme Amazon, Uber ou Airbnb, sont en passe de « plateformiser » presque tous les aspects de notre vie, y compris les plus sensibles : nos …[Lire la suite]

Expiré : 2019/10/04 – 04octobre – 7ième Journée d’économétrie appliquée à la macroéconomie

 

 

7ième Journée d’économétrie appliquée à la macroéconomie

MSH de Paris Nord,

Vendredi 4 Octobre 2019

 

The Labex MME-DII, the CEPN (UMR CNRS 7234) and the INFER network are jointly organizing the 7th workshop on Applied Macro-Econometrics. The goal of this workshop is to bring together European applied macroeconomists to discuss current frontier research on a regular basis.

The seminar is free. If you want to attend the seminar, we are asked to …[Lire la suite]

EuroMemo Group conference 2019 – 25th Conference on Alternative Economic Policy in Europe : A Green New Deal for Europe – Opportunities and Challenges

 

The EuroMemo Group conference 2019 is organised by the EuroMemo Group and jointly hosted with the Paris University 13. Against the background of the deepening climate and environmental crisis, this year’s conference will particularly address the need for socio-ecological transformation in Europe and will critically discuss related policy proposals, in particular the Green New Deal

The venue of this year’s conference is the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Paris Nord (address: 20, avenue George Sand, …[Lire la suite]

Working Paper n°2019-07 – A Review of Rent-seekers, Profits, Wages and Inequality, The Top 20%, 2019 by Péter Mihályi and Iván Szelényi – Mehrdad Vahabi

The authors, Péter Mihályi and Iván Szelényi, set themselves the ambitious task of formulating an alternative discourse about inequality in which the extent of inequality per se is not the problem but rather where inequalities stem from? Herein lies their fundamental divergence with Piketty (2014) for whom the excessive growth of “profits” is assumed to be the source of inequalities. The problem with mainstream economics and Piketty is that “profit” and “rent” are lumped together. A critical distinction …[Lire la suite]

Expiré : 2019/09/20 – 20 septembre – 1ere séance du séminaire des doctorants avec Loubna Haridi

La première séance du séminaire doctorants du CEPN se déroulera le vendredi 20 septembre de 12h30 à 13h30 en K301 (UFR SEG, campus de Villetaneuse).

Loubna HARIDI fera une présentation intitulée «Ambulatory surgery: Tools and management methods to improve care and reduce costs in France».

Des sandwichs, salades, fruits et bouteilles d’eau seront à votre disposition.

En espérant vous voir nombreux.

L’équipe organisatrice du séminaire doctorants du CEPN.

Energy, Climate and Tourism – A Dynamic Standardization Process for the Planet
par Erick Leroux (CEPN – U. P13) et Jean-Marc Lusson

 

Energy, Climate and Tourism – A Dynamic Standardization Process for the Planet

Erick Leroux (CEPN – U. P13) et Jean-Marc Lusson

Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019, 254 pages, 61.99£

Book description – This book approaches the issues of climate, energy, and tourism in an original way, illustrating the place of energy in contemporary society through examples taken from tourism. It ponders the ways in which negative effects can be controlled at the municipal …[Lire la suite]