Question à Lorenzo Rotunno : quelles sont les conséquences économiques du Brexit ?

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Lorenzo Rotunno, enseignant-chercheur à AMSE, spécialiste des questions de commerce international, y compris des politiques commerciales, vous explique quelles sont les conséquences économiques du Brexit
December 20th 2019

Lorenzo Rotunno, enseignant-chercheur à AMSE, spécialiste des questions de commerce international, y compris des politiques commerciales, vous explique quelles sont les conséquences économiques du Brexit

 

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  • Dialogues économiques

Ambivalent relationship between HIV and education

Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest HIV rate in the world, but there is a lack of public healthcare systems and huge inequalities regarding healthcare. Besides direct impacts on health, the HIV epidemic has side effects on children’s education, affecting parental behaviour around the risk of getting ill, find the economists Renaud Bourlès, Bruno Ventelou, and Maame Esi Wood.
January 06th 2020
  • Dialogues économiques

Globalization and colonization : a tale of size

There’s a message in people’s changes in height size. During the first globalization period, at the end of the 19th century, Filipinos lost up to 1.5 centimetres compared to their grandparents. This may be evidence of the degradation of living standards and nutrition. Economic growth does not pay off for everyone in the same way, as those who lived in colonized areas know.
December 18th 2019