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  • Dijon

    Call for papers - Sociology

    Challenges of tourism development in Asia and Europe

    4th Euro-Asia tourism studies Association international conference

    The 4th Annual Conference of EATSA – Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Association, that will take place in France, next June 18-22th 2018, is an international forum for researchers and industry experts to exchange information regarding advances in the state of the art and application of tourism, hospitality and leisure management in the region of Euro-Asia.

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  • Call for papers - Middle Ages

    Byzantium and Islam

    Porphyra. International academic journal of Byzantine Studies, no. XXV.

    Le prochain numéro de l’e-revue Porphyra portera sur la thématique des échanges entre Byzance et l’islam. De nombreux champs de recherche sont ouverts pour traiter la question, la revue étant particulièrement intéressée par les articles évoquant les populations vivant aux frontières des deux empires, ainsi que les aspects politiques et commerciaux.

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  • Paris

    Conference, symposium - Africa

    Beyond the "North-South": New territorialities between Africa and Asia

    Beyond the "North-South": New territorialities between Africa and Asia

    Au cours des vingt dernières années, jamais les relations entre l’Afrique et l’Asie n’ont été aussi intenses qu’aujourd’hui, à commencer par l’accroissement significatif des échanges commerciaux entre les deux régions, et les investissements massifs des pays asiatiques dans les diverses contrées du continent africain. Les rapports économiques jouent donc un rôle primordial. Mais il ne s’agit pas uniquement de cela. Les interactions sociales, politiques et culturelles ne cessent de s’intensifier entre les deux continents. Une tendance qui est favorisée par le phénomène de la mondialisation. L’objectif de la journée est d’étudier les nouvelles mouvances sociopolitiques, économiques et culturelles qui traversent les deux continents, en s'appuyant sur des travaux géopolitiques, macro ou micro-économiques, sociologiques ou encore ethnographiques.

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  • Paris

    Conference, symposium - Science studies

    Engaging Society in Innovation and Creativity

    Perspectives from Social Sciences and Humanities

    The trend of change from science and technology policy to science, technology and innovation (STI) policy becomes remarkable in Japan but also in Europe. Policymakers intend to break down the sense of economic and social stagnation by creating innovation driven by science and technology. In order to solve complex social issues, innovation is definitely essential. However, it is also obvious that creating “real” innovation needs some other elements than just the development of hard science and technology. Innovation needs integration of knowledge beyond disciplines. Recently the role of social science and humanities (SSH) in the innovation process is being highlighted and science, technology and innovation policy of many countries now expects SSH to play important role in conceiving, realizing and adjusting the policy.

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  • Carouge

    Scholarship, prize and job offer - Economy

    Assistant HES (Doctoral student) at Geneva School of Business Administration

    The Geneva School of Business Administration (HEG-Geneva) offers a Research Assistant (Doctoral student) position for three years starting from 1st September 2013.The doctoral student will participate to the project « Organizing, Communicating, and Costing in Risk Governance: Learning Lessons from the H1N1 Pandemic », financed by the Swiss National Science Foundation. He or she will be in charge of the research components dedicated to costing around H1N1. This comparative study will involve qualitative fieldwork in three countries, namely Switzerland, the United States and Japan. He or she will collaborate with a post-doctoral fellow focusing on issues related to organization and communication. He or she will have to write a PhD thesis on H1N1 costing issues and will be supervised by Prof. Nathalie Brender. The project is funded for three years.

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  • Pessac

    Study days - History

    Which Models for which History ? The New Institutional Economics and Economic History

    Ce séminaire s’inscrit dans le programme de recherche de l'UMR Ausonius (Bordeaux) « Les marchés dans le monde antique : concepts, conceptions et réalités ». Il s'agit de s'interroger sur les modèles utilisés en histoire économique pour éclairer les sociétés antiques, et notamment celui qui se dégage ces dernières années dans l’historiographie, le néo-institutionnalisme ou nouvelle économie institutionnelle.

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  • Marseille

    Miscellaneous information - Sociology

    L'Europe et le Moyen-Orient

    Conférence-débat, Marseille, mercredi 22 mars 2006, 18h-20h

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