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The Shift Project, a think tank created by Jean-Marc Jancovici in 2010, aims to clarify and influence the debate on energy transition.
Recent mutations in the world of work are an opportunity to seize in order to adapt the law to the most unprecedented situations.
Concrete solutions are proposed: the taxing of financial transactions, the creation of an independent agency to supervise central banks, discontinuing the remuneration of those who direct share prices.
A stimulating text, powerful ideas, a limited number of figures, diagrams reserved for more technical elements: here one finds all the ingredients for a formula that has already marked the success of the Artus-Virard duo!
Why governments want to regain the upper hand over globalization
This book brings together five years of courses at the Collège de France and more than thirty years of research and instruction on “the economy of creative destruction.” It is Philippe Aghion’s seminal work.
Edited by Phillippe Aghion, professor at the Collège de France, and Jean-Marie Chevalier, emeritus professor at the University Paris-Dauphine.
Financial speculation goes back to ancient times. Its history sheds light on many aspects of the current situation.
Trained at the École Normale d’Administration and active in the digital world where he is a well-known figure, Nicolas Colin has an atypical profile, very popular among the media.
A notable figure of liberalism in France, Pascal Salin is former president of the Société du Mont-Pèlerin, and is the author of many seminal works on liberalism.
His very critical positions on the CFA franc led to his being suspended from his position at the Organisation internationale de la francophonie. A highly-publicized dismissal!
A burning reality. Brexit, which was supposed to take effect officially on 29 March 2019, has been postponed to October, but already its effects are being felt, and this is only the beginning!
Most history is about the people at the top of the towers of power. But what if the real action is in the social networks down below, in the town squares ? Niall Ferguson brilliantly recasts past and present as an unending contest between hierarchies and networks.
Large companies are no longer what they once were: rockets, electric cars, technological breakthroughs, dematerialized commerce and services are all on the rise.
By stressing the gap between today’s international system and what it would be in the event of Chinese hegemony, we will understand better what is at play, and what is lost, with the “de-Westernization” of the world.
This book responds to a need being expressed increasingly within corporations to find the tools for reflection and discernment.