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  • DialogEco

Deprescribing: Another way to heal

When an individual is afflicted with several chronic conditions at the same time, it is called multimorbidity. How do general practitioners deal with it? How do they manage prescriptions that are not only vastly different but can lead to damaging drug interactions?
November 25th 2020
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  • Event
  • Success

Annual career day

Our alumni and partners were very mobilized for AMSE students on the career day on Friday, November 20, 2020.
November 23rd 2020
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  • Visitors

New researchers

We are happy to welcome 3 new researchers from Sciences Po Aix at AMSE.
November 18th 2020
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AMSE career day

Key event of the year, the career day is an initiative to strengthen students' employability and help them finding an internship.
November 16th 2020
  • DialogEco

Invasive Species: join the fight against them!

Invasive species are the second most frequent cause of global biodiversity loss. Is it possible to eradicate these devilish pests with limited financial resources?
November 12th 2020
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  • Event

Online afterwork with Compagnie Fruitière

Thibault VIREMOUNEIX, Production Manager, at the COMPAGNIE FRUITIERE, will moderate an online afterwork on Tuesday 10 November at 5:30pm for M2 and MAG3 AMSE students.
November 09th 2020
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Meet the AMSE 2020 Job Market Candidates

AMSE is proud to promote 8 candidates on the international job market this year.
November 09th 2020
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  • Education

Preselection master 2 Theoretical and Empirical Economics

The master in Economics track "Theoretical and Empirical Economics" has a very strong research focus and allows admission to the AMSE PhD programme.
November 05th 2020
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  • AMU/FEG

Libraries access on RV

From November 5th, 2020, all users of the 17 AMU libraries will be able to access the BU on rendez-vous, considering a jauge of available seats and adapted timetables.
November 05th 2020
  • DialogEco

When Game Theory Takes Us on a Ride

According to game theory, free competition is not always ideal for society.
October 28th 2020