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Potentially Inappropriate Prescriptions: associations with the health insurance contract and the quality of the patient–physician relationship?

Pauline Chauvin, Sarah Fustinoni, Laurence Seematter-Bagnoud, Marie Herr, Brigitte Santos Eggimann, « Potentially Inappropriate Prescriptions: associations with the health insurance contract and the quality of the patient–physician relationship?« , Health Policy, 2021, ISSN 0168-8510, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.healthpol.2021.06.011. Abstract Context Potentially Inappropriate Prescriptions (PIP) are often used as an indicator of potential drug overuse or misuse to limit adverse drug events in older…

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Trois priorités pour réussir la société du bien-vieillir

L’Institut Montaigne vient de publier un rapport de Thomas Rapp intitulé “Bien-vieillir : faire mûrir nos ambitions”, qui explique l’évolution démographique inédite que connaît notre pays, analyse ses implications pour notre société et avance des pistes de recommandations. Voici les principaux thèmes de cet article : – Le vieillissement de la population : un phénomène…

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Balance Billing as a Signaling Device

Damien Besancenot, Karine Lamiraud et Radu Vrancéanu, (2021), « Balance Billing as a Signaling Device« , à paraitre dans le Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics.

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Public law enforcement under ambiguity

Bertrand Chopard, Marie Obidzinski, Public law enforcement under ambiguity, International Review of Law and Economics, Volume 66, 2021, 105977, ISSN 0144-8188, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.irle.2021.105977 (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0144818821000016). Abstract: In real life situations, potential offenders may only have a vague idea of their own probability of getting caught and possibly, convicted. As they have beliefs regarding this probability, they may exhibit optimism or pessimism. Thus there exists a discrepancy…

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Cost Sharing in a Condo Under Law s Umbrella

Crettez B and R Deloche (2021). Cost sharing in a Condo under Law’s Umbrella International Game theory Review, 2021 https://doi.org/10.1142/S0219198921500122 Papier très bientôt en ligne…

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Sustainability in the French Health System. In The Sustainability of Health Care Systems in Europe

Bell-Aldeghi, R., Jusot, F., & Tubeuf, S. (2021). Sustainability in the French Health System. In The Sustainability of Health Care Systems in Europe. Emerald Publishing Limited

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Paternal Mortality, Early Marriages and Marital Outcomes in Senegal

Paola Villar, Paternal Mortality, Early Marriages and Marital Outcomes in Senegal, World Development, Volume 142, 105421, 2021.

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The Paradox of Legal unification

Crettez Bertrand and Musy Olivier (2021), “The Paradox of Legal unification« , Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics, vol. 177-1, pp. 97-119.

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A New Keynesian Phillips Curve with Staggered Contracts and Indexation

Musy Olivier (2021), “A New Keynesian Phillips Curve with Staggered Contracts and Indexation« , Economics Bulletin, vol. 0-0, pp. 6-12

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Higher Hospital Referral Concentration Associated with Lower Risk Patients in Skilled Nursing Facilities

McHugh, J. Rapp, T. Motamasur, S., Mor, V. (2021). Higher Hospital Referral Concentration Associated with Lower Risk Patients in Skilled Nursing Facilities. Accepted for publication, Health Services Research.

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Are long-term care jobs harmful? Evidence from Germany.

Rapp, T., Ronchetti, J., Sicsic, J. (2021). Are long-term care jobs harmful? Evidence from Germany. Accepted for publication, The European Journal of Health Economics.

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Les fondamentaux de la communication. Pratiques et métiers en évolution.

Guillot C. et Benmoyal Bouzaglo S. (2021), Les fondamentaux de la communication. Pratiques et métiers en évolution, De Boeck.

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What laboring women (virtually) want: a qualitative analysis of virtual reality during labor

Wong MS, Gregory KD, Spiegel BM, Khalil C. 740 What laboring women (virtually) want: a qualitative analysis of virtual reality during labor. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology. 2021 Feb 1;224(2):S463-4.

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Health measures and long-term care use in the European frail population

Roquebert, Q., Sicsic, J., Rapp, T. et al., Health measures and long-term care use in the European frail population, Eur J Health Econ 22, 405–423 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10198-020-01263-z

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A Model of Hospital Congestion with Imperfect Referral System

Damien Besancenot, Nicolas Sirven et Radu Vranceanu, 2021, “A Model of Hospital Congestion with Imperfect Referral System”, Revue d’Economie Politique, à paraître.

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Frailty, sarcopenia, and long-term care utilization in older populations: a systematic review

Roquebert, Q., Sicsic, J., Santos Eggiman, B., et al., Frailty, Sarcopenia and Long Term Care Utilization In Older Populations: A Systematic Review. J Frailty Aging (2021). https://doi.org/10.14283/jfa.2021.7

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Quand Amour et Argent doivent rimer au quotidien…

Benmoyal S. & C. Paraschiv (2021), « Quand Amour et Argent doivent rimer au quotidien… Un Agenda de Recherche sur la Gestion des Finances au sein des Couples », Gérer et Comprendre, mars 2021. A paraitre.

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Private Health Investments under Competing Risks: Evidence from Malaria Control in Senegal

Paola Villar, Private Health Investments under Competing Risks: Evidence from Malaria Control in Senegal, avec Pauline Rossi, the Journal of Health Economics, Volume 73, 102330, 2020.

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On Stackelberg–Nash Equilibria in Bilevel Optimization Games

Damien Bazin, Ludovic Julien et Olivier Musy (2020) « On Stackelberg–Nash Equilibria in Bilevel Optimization Games », in Bilevel Optimization, Advances and Next Challenges, edited by Stephan Dempe and Alain Zemokoho, Springer.

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Determining Patient Treatment Preferences for Management of Acute Pain in Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Eberlein, S.A., Almario, C., Khalil C. and Spiegel, B., 2020. S0485 Determining Patient Treatment Preferences for Management of Acute Pain in Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Official journal of the American College of Gastroenterology| ACG, 115, p.S242.

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Using Digital Ethnography to Understand the Experience of Women With Pelvic Organ Prolapse.

Gonzalez, G., Vaculik, K., Khalil C., Zektser, Y., Arnold, C., Almario, C.V., Spiegel, B.M. and Anger, J.T., 2021. Using Digital Ethnography to Understand the Experience of Women With Pelvic Organ Prolapse. Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery, 27(2), pp.e363-e367.

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The Effect of Educational Videos on Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients’ Engagement and Their Friends’ and Family Members’ Level of Empathy

Van Deen, W.K., Khalil C., Dupuy, T., Bonthala, N., Almario, C. and Spiegel, B., 2020. S0813 The Effect of Educational Videos on Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients’ Engagement and Their Friends’ and Family Members’ Level of Empathy. Official journal of the American College of Gastroenterology| ACG, 115, pp.S417-S418.

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Patients’ Preferences for Subcutaneous or Intravenous Administration Methods in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

Van Deen, W.K., Khalil C., Almario, C., Bonthala, N., Gale, R., Patel, D.B., Warui, E., Melmed, G.Y. and Spiegel, B., 2020. S0812 Patients’ Preferences for Subcutaneous or Intravenous Administration Methods in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Official journal of the American College of Gastroenterology| ACG, 115, p.S417.

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Assessing Patient Decision-Making on Biologic and Small-Molecule Therapies in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: Insights From a Conjoint Analysis in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom

Patel DB, van Deen WK, Almario CV, Khalil C, Warui E, Bonthala N, Melmed GY, Spiegel BM. Assessing Patient Decision-Making on Biologic and Small-Molecule Therapies in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: Insights From a Conjoint Analysis in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. 2020 Dec 10.

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Patient-Centered Development of an Educational Video Series to Increase the Uptake of Preventive Heath Measures in Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Khalil C., Van Deen, W.K., Almario, C., Ghafari, A., Dupuy, T., Weisbein, L., Ha, C., Long, M., Spiegel, B. and Melmed, G.Y., 2020. S0900 Patient-Centered Development of an Educational Video Series to Increase the Uptake of Preventive Heath Measures in Inflammatory Bowel Disease. Official journal of the American College of Gastroenterology. ACG, 115, p.S463

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Developing Patient-Centered Inflammatory Bowel Disease–Related Educational Videos Optimized for Social Media: Qualitative Research Study

Khalil C., Van Deen, W., Dupuy, T., Bonthala, N., Almario, C. and Spiegel, B., 2020. Developing Patient-Centered Inflammatory Bowel Disease–Related Educational Videos Optimized for Social Media: Qualitative Research Study. JMIR medical education, 6(2), p.e21639.

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Le marketing en acte des non-spécialistes : le cas des particuliers vendeurs en ligne de produits d’occasion

Paraschiv C., S. Benmoyal & A. Boissinot (2020), Benmoyal S., A. Boissinot & C. Paraschiv (2020), « Le marketing en acte des non-spécialistes : le cas des particuliers vendeurs en ligne de produits d’occasion ». Gérer et Comprendre. [HCERES B, FNEGE 3, CNRS 4]

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Le Souverain Bien en coaching: Bien-être versus Ethique

Bouillon E. & C. Paraschiv (2020), « Le Souverain Bien en coaching: Bien-être versus Ethique », Psychanalyse et Management 10: 233-253.

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Le coaching, un vector de changement au sein des organisations?

Bouillon E. & C. Paraschiv (2020), « Le coaching, un vector de changement au sein des organisations? », Revue Française de Gestion. A paraitre.

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Dynamic Pricing of New Products in Competitive Markets: A Mean-Field Game Approach

Chenavaz R., C. Paraschiv & G. Turinici (2020), “Dynamic Pricing of New Products in Competitive Markets: A Mean-Field Game Approach”, Dynamic Games and Applications. Forthcoming.

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Vers un modèle intégré de perception de la livraison par les consommateurs : une rencontre entre le marketing et la logistique

Paraschiv C., S. Benmoyal & A. Boissinot (2020), « Vers un modèle intégré de perception de la livraison par les consommateurs : une rencontre entre le marketing et la logistique », Recherche en Sciences de Gestion-Management Sciences-Ciencias de Gestión, n°139, A paraitre.

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The generosity spill-over effect of pledges in a two-person giving game

Damien Besancenot et Radu Vranceanu, (2020), « The generosity spill-over effect of pledges in a two-person giving game », Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, à paraitre.

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The contribution of the immigrant population to the U.S. long term care workforce

T. Rapp, J. Sicsic (2020). “The contribution of the immigrant population to the U.S. long term care workforce”. Social Science & Medicine Vol. 263 October 2020 [CNRS rank 1]”.  Abstract The long-term care (LTC) sector will soon face a shortage of care workers. The consequences are potentially dramatic, urging the need to design policies aiming at reducing the turnover…

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Time-Inconsistent Preferences and the Minimum Legal Tobacco Consuming Age (Forthcoming 2020)

Crettez B and Deloche R (2020) Time-Inconsistent Preferences and the Minimum Legal Tobacco Consuming Age Rationality & Society, forthcoming.

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A demand induced overtreatment model with heterogeneous experts

Crettez B, Deloche R and Jeanneret‐Crettez M‐H. (2020) A demand induced overtreatment model with heterogeneous experts Journal of Public Economic Theory, 22 (5), 1713–1733, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jpet.12465

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Are frail elderly people in Europe high-need subjects? First evidence from the SPRINTT trial

J. Sicsic, B. Ravesteijn, T. Rapp (2020). “Are frail elderly people in Europe high-need subjects? First evidence from the SPRINTT trial”. Health Policy Vol. 124 n°8, pp. 865-872 (CNRS rang 2 santé) Abstract Physical frailty and sarcopenia (PF&S) has received growing attention in empirical models of health care use. However, few articles focused on objective…

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The Paradox of Legal Unification

Crettez Bertrand and Musy Olivier (2020), « The Paradox of Legal Unification« , Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (en révision)

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Heterogeneity in Drug Recommendation Compliance: Evidence from France of a Gender Bias in the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Patients

Chauvin, P, Bellanger, M, Rapp, T., Sirven N (2020). Heterogeneity in Drug Recommendation Compliance: Evidence from France of a Gender Bias in the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Patients. Forthcoming in Journal de gestion et d’économie de la santé. (CNRS rang 4).

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The Dynamics of Frailty and Change in Socio-Economic Conditions: Evidence for the 65+ in Europe

Sirven, N. Dumontet, M. Rapp, T. (forthcoming 2020). The Dynamics of Frailty and Change in Socio-Economic Conditions: Evidence for the 65+ in Europe. European Journal of Public Health  (CNRS rang 3).

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Adherence to medical follow-up recommendations reduces hospital admissions: Evidence from diabetic patients in France

Bussière, C. Sirven, N. Rapp T, Sevilla Dedieu C (forthcoming 2020). Adherence to medical follow-up recommendations reduces hospital admissions: Evidence from diabetic patients in France. Health Economics.

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Systematic dementia screening by multidisciplinary team meetings in nursing homes for reducing emergency department transfers: the IDEM cluster-randomised controlled trial

Rolland, Y, Neda Tavassoli, N, Souto Barreto, P, Perrin, A, Laffon de Mazières, C.  Rapp, T, Hermabessière, S. Tournay, E, Vellas, B, Andrieu, S (forthcoming, 2020), Systematic dementia screening by multidisciplinary team meetings in nursing homes for reducing emergency department transfers: the IDEM cluster-randomised controlled trial. JAMA network Open 2020;3(2) pp1-13

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Profession and deception: Experimental evidence on lying behavior among business and medical students

D. Besancenot, Profession and deception: Experimental evidence on lying behavior among business and medical students”, en coll avec R, Vranceanu, Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, à paraitre (2020)

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Exploring knowledge management in agile software development organizations

Khalil C. and Khalil, S., 2019. Exploring knowledge management in agile software development organizations. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal, pp.1-15.

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Du consommateur numérique au Digital Labor : Perspectives de recherche

Boiteau C. (2019) « Du consommateur numérique au Digital Labor : Perspectives de recherche » dans Benmoyal-Bouzaglo S. et Paraschiv C. (2019), chapitre à paraitre dans « Les consommateurs à l’ère du Digital : une approche interdisciplinaire ».

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Healthcare Quality, Patients’ Satisfaction, and Hospital Incentives in France

Lescher, M., & Sirven, N. (2019). Healthcare Quality, Patients’ Satisfaction, and Hospital Incentives in France. Revue d’économie politique, 129(4), 525-551.

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Understanding the Adoption and Diffusion of a Telemonitoring Solution in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: Qualitative Study

Khalil, C., 2019. Understanding the Adoption and Diffusion of a Telemonitoring Solution in Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: Qualitative Study. JMIR diabetes, 4(4), p.e13661.

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Vers un référentiel théorique interdisciplinaire synthétique du bien-être individuel

Ayadi N., C. Paraschiv & E. Vernette (2019) « Vers un référentiel théorique interdisciplinaire synthétique du bien-être individuel », Revue Française de Gestion 45(281) : 43-56.

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The Role of Optimism and Pessimism in the Substitution Between Primary and Secondary Health Prevention Efforts.

Chauvin P., Chopard B., Tabo A. (2019). The Role of Optimism and Pessimism in the Substitution Between Primary and Secondary Health Prevention Efforts. The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy. DOI: 10.1515/bejeap-2018-0136

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A Global Game Model of Medical Project Crowdfunding

D. Besancenot et R, Vranceanu, “A Global Game Model of Medical Project Crowdfunding”, International Game Theory Review, à paraitre

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Reckless Financial behaviors of French and American consumers : an exploratory life course study

Benmoyal Bouzaglo S., Moschis G. P. et Mathur A. (2019), Reckless Financial behaviors of French and American consumers : an exploratory life course study. Journal of Global Scholars of Marketing Science, 29, 4, 440-456.

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Subjective Probabilities of Sanction, Norms, Legitimacy and Everyday Life Crimes in Europe

Deffin Cyndie, Ropaul Maïva, « Subjective Probabilities of Sanction, Norms, Legitimacy and Everyday Life Crimes in Europe », Revue d’économie politique, 2019/2 (Vol. 129), p. 143-168. URL : https://www.cairn.info/revue-d-economie-politique-2019-2-page-143.htm Résumé Les crimes de la vie quotidienne sont généralement définis comme des pratiques injustes et contraires à l’éthique commises sur le marché par des personnes qui…

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Choice certainty and deliberative thinking in discrete choice experiments. A theoretical and empirical investigation

“Choice certainty and deliberative thinking in discrete choice experiments. A theoretical and empirical investigation”. D.A Regier, J. Sicsic, V. Watson. Journal of Economic Behavior and organization 2019 Vol. 164, pp. 235-255 (CNRS rank 2 general). Abstract Resource allocation decisions require information about individuals’ preferences for goods and services. Survey based stated preference methods, such as discrete choice experiments (DCEs),…

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For better or worse? Investigating the validity of best–worst discrete choice experiments in health

“For better or worse? Investigating the validity of best–worst discrete choice experiments in health”. N. Krucien, J. Sicsic, M. Ryan. Health Economics 2019 Vol. 28, pp. 572-586 (CNRS rank 1) Abstract Discrete choice experiments (DCEs) are frequently used in health economics to measure preferences for nonmarket goods. Best–worst discrete choice experi- ment (BWDCE) has been proposed as a variant…

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Should citations be weighted to assess the influence of an academic article?

Damien Besancenot and Abdelghani Maddi, (2019)  »Should citations be weighted to assess the influence of an academic article? », Economics Bulletin, Vol. 39 No. 1 p.A44. Abstract Citations are by nature heterogeneous. A citation worth may dramatically vary according to the influence of the citing article or to the journal’s reputation from which it is issued….

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A Law-and-Economics Perspective on Cost-Sharing Rules for a Condo Elevator

Crettez, B., & Deloche, R. (2019) A Law-and-Economics Perspective on Cost-Sharing Rules for a Condo Elevator. Review of Law & Economics, 15 (2), https://doi.org/10.1515/rle-2016-0001. Abstract How to enhance the maintenance, repair and improvement of condo buildings? We address this issue by focusing on the case of an elevator installation whose benefits are not uniform across…

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Recommendations for Methodology of Virtual Reality Clinical Trials in Health Care by an International Working Group: Iterative Study (2019)

Birckhead B, Khalil C, Liu X, Conovitz S, Rizzo A, Danovitch I, Bullock K, Spiegel B. (2019). Recommendations for Methodology of Virtual Reality Clinical Trials in Health Care by an International Working Group: Iterative Study. JMIR Ment Health 2019;6(1):e11973 URL: https://mental.jmir.org/2019/1/e11973

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Frailty transitions and healthcare use in Europe. New evidence from SHARE data

Sicsic, J, Rapp, T. (2019). Frailty transitions and healthcare use in Europe. New evidence from SHARE data. Health Services Research, 54(6), 1147-1365.

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Marketing Digital (2018)

Medioni S. et Benmoyal Bouzaglo S. (2018), Marketing Digital (Nouveaux comportements de consommation, parcours d’achat et leviers d’actions, interviews d’experts), Dunod.

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Patients’ Concerns and Perceptions Regarding Biologic Therapies in Ankylosing Spondylitis: Insights from a Large-Scale Survey of Social Media Platforms (2018)

Dzubur E, Khalil C, Almario C, et al. (2018). Patients’ Concerns and Perceptions Regarding Biologic Therapies in Ankylosing Spondylitis: Insights from a Large-Scale Survey of Social Media Platforms. Arthritis Care & Research 2018; 71(2), 323-330. URL: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/acr.23600

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Causalité et standards de preuve (2018)

Bruno Deffains, Claude Fluet et Maïva Ropaul, « Causalité et standards de preuve » in Causalité, responsabilité et contribution à la dette  sous la dir. de Samuel Ferey et Florence G’Sell, 315-331. Collection Droit et Economie. Bruxelles : Editions Bruylant, 2018

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Consumer Boycotts: Does Trust in Law-Making and Law-Enforcing Institutions Matter?

Ropaul, M. (2018). Consumer Boycotts: Does Trust in Law-Making and Law-Enforcing Institutions Matter?. Journal of Economic Issues, 52(3), 835-859. ABSTRACT: This article estimates the effects of trust in political and judicial institutions on individuals’ propensity to take part in consumer boycotts. In particular, this study disentangles the effects of institutional trust and quality. The analysis…

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Dynamic Pricing for Inventories with Reference Price Effects

Chenavaz R. & C. Paraschiv (2018), “Dynamic Pricing for Inventories with Reference Price Effects”, Economics: The Open-Access, Open-Assessment E-Journal 12(64): 1-16.

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Decisions about Human Lives: An Experimental Measure of Risk Attitudes under Prospect Theory

Kemel E. & C. Paraschiv (2018), “Decisions about Human Lives: An Experimental Measure of Risk Attitudes under Prospect Theory”, Social Choice and Welfare 51(1): 163-192.

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Do older adults know the purpose of their medications? A survey among community-dwelling people

Hoisnard, L., Santos-Eggimann, B., Chauvin, P., Hiance-Delahaye, A., & Herr, M. (2018). Do older adults know the purpose of their medications? A survey among community-dwelling people. European journal of clinical pharmacology, 75(2) : 255–263 PURPOSE: This study assessed the level of knowledge among community-dwelling older individuals about the purpose of medications and the characteristics that influenced…

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Overburdened judges

Roussey, L. and Soubeyran, R.

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The wear and tear on health: What is the role of occupation?

Bastian Ravesteijn, post-doctorant au LIRAES vient de publier un nouvel article : Ravesteijn, B., et al. (2018). « The wear and tear on health: What is the role of occupation? » Health Econ 27(2): e69-e86.

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Drugs for Dementia and Excess of Hospitalization: A Longitudinal French Study

François, M., Sicsic, J., & Pelletier Fleury, N. (2018). Drugs for Dementia and Excess of Hospitalization: A Longitudinal French Study. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 61(4), 1627-1637. Abstract BACKGROUND: The impact of adverse effects of drugs for dementia on the risk of hospitalization has not been much studied despite the impact of hospitalizations on cognitive decline….

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Harold Pinter’s The Caretaker and cooperative game theory: a reappraisal

Deloche, R. and B. Crettez

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Women’s Benefits and Harms Trade-Offs in Breast Cancer Screening: Results from a Discrete Choice Experiment

Sicsic J, Pelletier-Fleury N, Moumjid N (2018). “Women’s Benefits and Harms Trade-Offs in Breast Cancer Screening: Results from a Discrete Choice Experiment”. Value in Health; Vol. 21 n°1, pp. 78-88 (CNRS-37: CAT 02)

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An Analytic Narrative of Caesar’s Death: Suicide or not? That is the Question »

Cretez, B. et R. Deloche

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The impact of institution use on the wellbeing of Alzheimer’s disease patients and their caregivers

Rapp, T, Apouey, B., and Senik, C. (2018). The impact of institution use on the wellbeing of Alzheimer’s disease patients and their caregivers. Social Science and Medicine (207).

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Resource use and cost of Alzheimer’s disease in France: 18-month results from the GERAS observational study

Rapp, T, Andrieu, S, Chartier, F, Deberdt, W, Reed, C, Belger, M, Vellas, B. (2018) « Resource use and cost of Alzheimer’s disease in France: 18-month results from the GERAS observational study ». Value in Health, (21) 295-303 (CNRS rang 2) Background There is little longitudinal data on resource use and costs associated with Alzheimer’s disease (AD)…

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The State of the Practice of Agile and Plan-Driven Approaches in ICT Development Projects: An Exploratory Research Study

Khalil, C. (2018). The State of the Practice of Agile and Plan-Driven Approaches in ICT Development Projects: An Exploratory Research Study. In Digital Technology and Organizational Change (pp. 25-33). Springer, Cham. Abstract The number of research studies and surveys on software project management is constantly growing. However, the state of the practice of software project…

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Increasing Consumer Well-being: Risk as Potential Driver of Happiness

Ayadi N., C. Paraschiv & E. Vernette, (2017) « Increasing Consumer Well-being: Risk as Potential Driver of Happiness », Applied Economics 49(43): 4321-4335.

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The impact of economic conditions on the disablement process: A Markov transition approach using SHARE data

Arrighi, Y., Rapp, T., & Sirven, N. (2017). The impact of economic conditions on the disablement process: A Markov transition approach using SHARE data. Health Policy, 121(7), 778-785.

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The Cost of Frailty in France

Sirven N. & Rapp T. (2017) “The Cost of Frailty in France” European Journal of Health Economics, 18(2), 243-253.

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The Dynamics of Hospital Use among Older People. Evidence for Europe using SHARE data

Sirven N. & Rapp T. (2017) “The Dynamics of Hospital Use among Older People. Evidence for Europe using SHARE data” Health Services Research, 52(3), 1168-1184.

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Tarification dynamique en ligne et éthicalité perçue par le consommateur : Synthèse et voies de recherche

Ayadi N., C. Paraschiv & X. Rousset (2017). « Tarification dynamique en ligne et éthicalité perçue par le consommateur : Synthèse et voies de recherche ». Recherche et Applications en Marketing 32(3): 53-72

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Co-Authorship And Research Productivity In Economics: Assessing The Assortative Matching Hypothesis

Besancenot, D., K., Huynh et F., Serranito. “Co-Authorship And Research Productivity In Economics: Assessing The Assortative Matching Hypothesis”, Economic Modelling, DOI: 10.1016/j.econmod.2017.05.01, Volume 66, November 2017, Pages 61-80

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Quality of diabetes follow-up care and hospital admissions forthcoming

Andrade, L. Rapp, T. Sevilla-Dedieu, C. (2017). Quality of diabetes follow-up care and hospital admissions forthcoming in International Journal of Health Economics and Management (CNRS rank 2). Abstract Diabetes may lead to severe complications. For this reason, disease prevention and improvement of medical follow-up represent major public health issues. The aim of this study was…

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On the benefits of being naive: the choice of contract duration with projection bias

Résumé : Empirical evidence shows that consumers are often subject to a projection bias, such as they exaggerate the degree to which their future tastes will resemble their current ones. Such biases are particularly acute when consumers commit to a long-term contract. This paper aims at assessing the consequences of projection bias and at defining…

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Does the Appeals Process Reduce the Occurrence of Legal Errors?

Bertrand Chopard, Edwige Fain, Ludivine Roussey Review of Law & Economics Published Online: 2017-08-24 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/rle-2014-0038 Abstract This paper challenges the commonly held belief that the appeals process reduces the occurrence of legal errors. We show that, although the right to file an appeal or request adjudication offers an opportunity to correct mistakes made…

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Academic Research and the Strategic Interaction of Scholars and Editors: A Two-Stage Game

Besancenot D., Faria J., Mixon F. (2017) “Academic Research and the Strategic Interaction of Scholars and Editors: A Two-Stage Game” International Game Theory Review, Volume 19, Issue 01, March 2017 (CNRS 3, HCERES B)

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The impact of material conditions on the disablement process (Forthcoming)

Arrighi, Y., Rapp, T. & Sirven, N. (2017). The impact of material conditions on the disablement process. Forthcoming in Health Policy (CNRS rank 2)

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Genèse, bilan et futur de l’ObamaCare (forthcoming)

Rapp, T. (2017). Genèse, bilan et futur de l’ObamaCare. Revue Politique étrangère de l’IFRI (forthcoming)

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La maladie d’Alzheimer, une affaire de famille

Rapp, T. (2017). La maladie d’Alzheimer, une affaire de famille Sève: les tribunes de la santé (Sciences Po Press)

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Preventing frailty and autonomy loss in Europe: A health economics perspective from the SPRINTT study

Sirven, N., Rapp, T., Correti, S., Ruggeri, M, Chicchetti, A (2017), Preventing frailty and autonomy loss in Europe: A health economics perspective from the SPRINTT study, Aging Clinical and Experimental Research, Special Issue on frailty

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Gatekeeping and the utilization of physician services in France: Evidence on the Médecin traitant reform

Magali Dumontet, Thomas Buchmueller, Paul Dourgnon, Florence Jusot, Jérôme Wittwer (2017) « Gatekeeping and the utilization of physician services in France: Evidence on the Médecin traitant reform », Health policy, Volume 121, Issue 6, June 2017, Pages 675–682 : http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S016885101730115X

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« Comment les médecins choisissent-ils leur lieu d’exercice ? »

Nouvelle publication d’un membre du LIRAES Magali Dumontet (post-doctorante du laboratoire), Thomas Buchmueller, Paul Dourgnon, Florence Jusot, Jérôme Wittwer (2017) « Gatekeeping and the utilization of physician services in France: Evidence on the Médecin traitant reform » Health policy, Volume 121, Issue 6, June 2017, Pages 675–682 Résumé À partir d’une base de données exhaustive, restreinte aux…

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L’évaluation HTA simplifiée : perspectives pour la France

Rapp, T. (2017). L’évaluation HTA simplifiée : perspectives pour la France, Sève: les tribunes de la santé (Sciences Po Press)

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The Dynamics of Hospital Use among Older People Evidence for Europe Using SHARE Data

Sirven, N., & Rapp, T. (2016). The Dynamics of Hospital Use among Older People Evidence for Europe Using SHARE Data. Health Services Research.

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Exploring the determinants of endocrinologist visits by patients with diabetes

Andrade, L. F., Rapp, T., & Sevilla-Dedieu, C. (2016). Exploring the determinants of endocrinologist visits by patients with diabetes. The European Journal of Health Economics, 1-12.

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Bonded Labour or What Else ?

Bhukuth, A., Ballet, J., & Sirven, N. (2016). Bonded Labour or What Else ? A Case Study in Tamil Nadu, India. Journal of International Development.   Abstract Debt bondage is the focus of an international struggle for its abolition. Yet the literature finds that, in certain circumstances, the credit-for-work contracts behind debt bondage are mutually…

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A model of scholarly publishing with hybrid academic journals

Besancenot D., Vranceanu R. (2016) “A model of scholarly publishing with hybrid academic journals” Theory and Decision, Volume 82, Issue 1, pp 131–150 (CNRS 2, HCERES A)

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Vieillissement, fragilité et dépenses de santé

Auteurs Nicolas Sirven, avec la collaboration de Thomas Rapp Institut de Recherche et Documentation en Économie de la Santé (IRDES)

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Effects of a long-term exercise program on functional ability in people with dementia living in nursing homes : Research protocol of the LEDEN study, a cluster randomised controlled trial

De Souto Barreto P., Denormandie P., Lepage B., Armaingaud D., Rapp T., Chauvin P., Vellas B., Rolland Y. (2016) Elsevier Inc.

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The cost of frailty in France

Rapp T., Sirven N. (2016) – The European Journal of Health Economics

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La prévention de la perte d’autonomie : la fragilité en questions. Apports, limites et perspectives

Sirven N., Bourgueil Y. (2016)

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Les innovations « frugales », source de valeur pour nos systèmes de santé ?

Rapp, T. (2016). Les innovations « frugales », source de valeur pour nos systèmes de santé ? Sève: les tribunes de la santé. (Sciences Po Press)

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Dépenses de santé, vieillissement et fragilité : le cas français

Sirven, N. & Rapp, T. (2016). Dépenses de santé, vieillissement et fragilité : le cas français. Document de travail IRDES.

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L’aide publique aux personnes âgées fragiles en situation de précarité financière : comparaison franco-américaine

Rapp, T. (2016). L’aide publique aux personnes âgées fragiles en situation de précarité financière : comparaison franco-américaine, Sève: les tribunes de la santé. (Sciences Po Press)

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To count or not to count deaths : reranking effects in health distribution evaluation

Auteur : Yves Arrighi 

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Settlement in Merger Cases : Remedies and Litigation

Auteur : Bertrand Chopard

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L’intégration des parcours de soins aux Etats-Unis : quels constats cinq ans après le lancement de l’ObamaCare ?

Rapp, T. (2015). L’intégration des parcours de soins aux Etats-Unis : quels constats cinq ans après le lancement de l’ObamaCare ? Sève: les tribunes de la santé. (Sciences Po Press)

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The non-take up of long-term care benefit in France : A pecuniary motive ?, Health Policy (forthcoming)

Arrighi, Y. Davin, B., Trannoy, A., and Ventelou B. (2015)

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Success and failure of bargaining in merger control : The case of asset divestitures, Economic Modelling

Chopard, B., Cortade, T. and Cosnita-langlais A. (2015)

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La collusion dans les firmes

Vafaï K. (2015)

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Are public subsidies effective to reduce emergency care use ? Evidence from the PLASA study, Social Science and Medicine.

Rapp, T. Chauvin, P. & Sirven, N. (2015)

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An analysis of the public financial support eligibility rule for French dependent elders with Alzheimer’s disease, Value in Health.

Rapp, T., Lacey, L., Ousset, PJ, Cowppli-Bony, P., Vellas, B., & Orgogozo, JM. (2015)

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Preventing frailty and autonomy loss in Europe: A health economics perspective from the SPRINTT study, Aging Clinical and Experimental Research, Special Issue on frailty

Sirven, N. & Rapp, T. (2015)

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La fragilité : aspects économiques, in Repérage et maintien de l’autonomie des personnes âgées fragiles

Rapp, T. & Sirven, N. (2015)

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A Governance Framework for Adopting Agile Methodologies

Khalil C., Khalil S. (2015), A Governance Framework for Adopting Agile Methodologies. International Journal of e-Education, e-Business, e-Management and e-Learning, Vol. 6, n°2, pp. 111-119.

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Personal Bankruptcy Law, Fresh Starts, and Judicial Practice

Auteur : Bertrand Chopard 

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Older Migrants’ Social Capital in Host Countries : A Pan-European Comparison

Berchet C., Sirven N. (2013)

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The first-order approach when the cost of effort is money

Fagart MC, Fluet C (2013)

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The influence of waiting times on cost-effectiveness. A case-study of colorectal cancer mass screening

Chauvin P, Josselin JM, Heresbach D (2013)

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On experimental economics and the comparison between the last two versions of Molière’s Tartuffe

Crettez B, Deloche R (2013)

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Can agile collaboration practices enhance knowledge creation between cross-functional teams ?

Khalil C., Fernandez V., Houy T. (2013), Can agile collaboration practices enhance knowledge creation between cross-functional teams ? Springer Verlag, Vol. 205, pp. 123-133.

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Agile management practices in a “lightweight” organization : a case study analysis

Khalil C., Fernandez V. (2013), Agile management practices in a “lightweight” organization : a case study analysis. Journal of Modern Project Management, Vol. 1, n°1.

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Comparability of Health Care Responsiveness in Europe

Auteur : Nicolas SIRVEN 

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Social capital and health of older Europeans : Causal pathways and health inequalities

Auteur : Nicolas SIRVEN 

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Incremental net benefit and acceptability of alternative health policies: a case study of mass screening for colorectal cancer

 Auteur : Pauline Chauvin

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Comparison of informal care time and costs in different age-related dementias : a review, Accepted for publication, Journal of biomedicine and biotechnology

Costa N, Ferlicoq L, Derumeaux Burel H, Rapp T, Garnault V, Gillette-Guyonnet S, Andrieu S, Vellas B, Lamure M, Grand A, and Molinier L, (2012)

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Methodological considerations in Cost of Illness Studies on Alzheimer Disease

Auteur : Thomas Rapp 

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Exploring the Relationship Between Alzheimer’s Disease Severity and Longitudinal Costs

Rapp T, Andrieu, S., Molinier, L., Grand, A., Cantet, C., Mullins, C.D. et Vellas, B., (2012)

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Optimal Organization

Vafai K (2012)

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On the absence of priority fights within economics, cheap talk, and the Walras-Jevons correspondence

Deloche R (2012)

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Trial and settlement negotiations between asymmetrically skilled parties

Auteur : Bertrand Chopard 

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Terrorism, key assets, and critical infrastructures : To protect or to rebuild ?

Crettez B, Deloche R (2010)

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Differences in Resource Use and Costs of Dementia Care Between European Countries : Baseline Data from the ICTUS Study

Gustavsson, A., Jönsson, L., Rapp, T., Reynish, E., Ousset, P.J., Andrieu, S., Cantet, C., Winblad, B., Vellas, B. & Wimo, A. (2010)

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Health Economics and Health Policy Issues in Alzheimer’s Disease

Rapp, T. (2010) The Journal of Nutrition, Health and Aging, 14, 630-632.

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Opportunism in Organizations

Vafai K (2010) Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. 26(1): 158- 181

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Les normes fondamentales du travail contribuent-elles à réduire les inégalités ?

Auteur : Nicolas Sirven 

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Endogenous social capital and self-rated health : Cross-sectional data from rural areas of Madagascar

Auteur : Nicolas Sirven 

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De la pauvreté à la vulnérabilité : Évolutions conceptuelles et méthodologiques

Auteur : Nicolas Sirven 

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Is There a Social Kuznets Curve ? The Influence of Labour Standards on Inequality

Auteur : Nicolas Sirven 

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H. Westlund, Social Capital in the Knowledge Economy : Theory and Empirics

Auteur : Nicolas Sirven 

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Social participation and healthy aging : An international comparison using SHARE data

Auteur : Nicolas Sirven 

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Poverty and environment links: An illustration from Africa

Auteur : Nicolas SIRVEN 

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Erratum to « Social Capital in the Knowledge Economy: Theory and Empirics, H. Westlund. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York

Auteur : Nicolas Sirven 

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Cost-effectiveness modeling of dental implant vs. bridge

Bouchard P, Renouard F, Bourgeois D, Fromentin O, Jeanneret MH, Beresniak A. (2009)

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On the optimal complexity of law and legal rules harmonization

Crettez B, Deffains B, Deloche R (2009)

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A cliometric analysis of the Aldo Moro kidnapping and assassination

Crettez B, Deloche R (2009)

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Incentives for Partial Acquisitions and Real Market Concentration

Charléty P, Fagart MC, Souam S (2009)

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Liability insurance under the negligence rule

Fagart MC, Fluet C (2009)

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Does entry improve welfare ? A general equilibrium approach to competition policy

Fagart MC, Crettez B (2009)

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Bankruptcy Law : a Mechanism of Governance for Financially Distressed Firms

Auteur : Bertrand Chopard

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L’évolution du concept de coalition

Auteur : Sébastien COCHINARD 

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