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  • Cotonou

    Call for papers - Ethnology, anthropology

    Regulations, Markets, Health

    Questioning current stakes of pharmaceuticals in Africa

    We wish to discuss the multiple stakes surrounding pharmaceuticals in Africa today, with particular consideration of their markets, the political and economic actors which they mobilize, related instruments of regulation, control and competition, modes of health care in which they are placed, and finally their modes of consumption by individuals, without losing sight of the adaptation of "traditional medicines" to the evolution of economic models. Regulation, with its broad sense of norms actually at play, legislative, biomedical, technical and commercial, seems to transverse these various questions and will thus be widely considered. We anticipate proposals based on current research for presentation on the seven themes outlined below. Submissions can come from the various social sciences (anthropology, sociology, law, history, economy, geography, political sciences), as well as from biomedical and pharmaceutical sciences. Although Africa is central to this discourse, presentations of studies from other continents will be considered with the aim of drawing links with Africa and enriching the discourse with current situations in African countries.

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  • Limoges

    Scholarship, prize and job offer - Sociology

    CIFRE thesis grant - Autonom'Lab

    Le Groupement dintérêt public (GIP) Autonom’Lab lance un appel à candidature à bourse CIFRE pour 2017-2020 afin d’aider des étudiant·e·s en master 2 à réaliser des travaux de recherche doctorale sur l’innovation, le développement et l’impact territorial et social et sur les écosystèmes économiques en Nouvelle-Aquitaine.

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  • Évry

    Miscellaneous information - Economy

    Collaborative and responsible innovation in health

    13 minutes innovation

    ​Entre transformation digitale et approche transversale, le secteur de la santé se réinvente. La notion de responsabilité reste un enjeu majeur dans cette évolution. Nous proposerons neuf présentations nerveuses, variées, inattendues de différents pays pour partager le regard de professionnels et académiques sur ce sujet. La conférence est ouverte à tout public.

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