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Corruption, economy and governance in Central Africa: An analysis of public and regional drivers of corruption

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Ars longa, vita brevis1 . Les paradoxes organisationnels au prisme du street art

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Pour une relance différente, durable, inclusive et paritaire

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Rethinking companies’ culture through knowledge management lens during Industry 5.0 transition

Through the human resources (HR) and knowledge management (KM) perspective as
human-centric processes, the aim of this study is to explore how companies’ engagement in diversity
(DIV), inclusion (INC) and people empowerment (PEMP) policies influences companies’ organizational

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Ambiguity strategies / Original Title: Les stratégies d’ambiguïtés

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Prise en compte de la fraude dans les organisations : comment libérer la parole ?

Fraud in organizations is a reality that would cost almost 6 % of their expenses on average (J. Gee and M.Button, 2017), a huge amount that should convince organizations to address vigorously this point.

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Ideological polarization and government debt

Models of strategic debt predict that public debt increases with polarization, measured by the ideological distance between the government and its likely successor.

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Diversifying equity with cryptocurrencies during COVID-19

Literature suggests assets become more correlated during economic downturns. The COVID-19 crisis provides an unprecedented opportunity to investigate this considerably further. Further, whether cryptocurrencies provide a diversification for equities is still an unsettled issue.

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