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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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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, à paraître (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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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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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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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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