French energy policy: A gradual transition
Over the past decade, France has gradually adapted its energy policy to bring it into line with its international environmental commitments. Historically based on independence and sobriety criteria, French energy policy now prioritises the environmental and climate impact of its energy mix.
Public debt management in developed economies during the crisis
The aim of this chapter is to identify certain shifts in the behaviors of public debt managers in selected developed countries. This study focuses on Canada, France, the United Kingdom, and the United States for the period 1998–2015 in quarterly data.
Further Evidence on the Explanatory Power of Spot Food and Energy Prices for Futures Prices
Le Brésil en crise: entre faillite systémique et échec personnel
Tax measures and household financial behaviour: Evidence from France
The aim of the paper is to examine how tax measures on financial assets have had an impact on the investment behaviour of French households.
Electricity Research Competition: The Case of the UK
This reseaarch explores the relationship between the spot and bill prices for electricity in the UK.
Do Spot Prices Predict Futures Prices?
This research considers the agriculture commodity price-oil price nexus analyzing the predictive validity of spot prices for forecasting futures contract prices.
Le Meilleur de l'actualité
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