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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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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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Negative oil price shocks transmission: The comparative effects of the GFC, shale oil boom, and Covid-19 downturn on French gasoline prices

This article analyzes the transmission mechanisms between oil prices and fuel prices in France over the period 2005?2020.

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Voter turnout and intergenerational redistribution

Electoral reforms that lead to reduced turnout modify the composition of the electorate, potentially overrepresenting specific interests in policy implementation.

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LES ORGANISATIONS INTERMÉDIAIRES ET L’INNOVATION EN SANTÉ : LES MULTIPLES FACETTES DE L’INTERMÉDIATION DE RÉSEAU

This article analyzes modalities of network brokerage provided by organizational intermediaries (OIs) to support ecosystems in healthcare and cope with open innovation challenges. The qualitative method compares how 8 French cases of OIs develop different modalities of network brokerage.

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Advances in Managing Energy and Climate Risks

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Advances in Managing Energy and Climate Risks. Financial, Climate and Environmental Sustainable Strategies

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Environnement de taux bas et rentabilité des banques en zone euro

The monetary policy conducted by the European Central Bank (ECB) over the past decade and the demographic and structural changes in our societies have led the economies of the eurozone towards an environment of persistently low interest rates.

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