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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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L’hypocrisie dans les affaires de corruption

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Risque de fraude interne, comment dissuader efficacement les salariés ? , Gérer & Comprendre, Septembre 2022, n°149, 47-60.

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Technologies de contrôle : un enjeu organisationnel de lutte contre la fraude interne ?

Internal fraud is a risk identified by organizations that have set up internal control services to protect themselves against it.

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The influence of the renminbi and its macroeconomic determinants: A new Chinese monetary order in Asia?

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Inequality and investment: The role of institutions

Income inequality and its economic effects have become a matter of generalized concern. A consensus has recently emerged in the literature that inequality has a detrimental effect on economic performance but little is known about the exact mechanisms driving this effect.

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The disruption of the international supply chain: Firm resilience and knowledge preparedness to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak

The lockdowns of several countries due to COVID-19 outbreak resulted in severe economic consequences, among which was the immediate general disruption of the international supply chain, with few exceptions.

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A fair and progressive carbon price for a sustainable economy

A fair and progressive carbon price for a sustainable economy

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