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Studies: « Economy of Knowledge »

Imagine an economy whose main resource is infinite. Imagine an economy endowed with an intrinsic form of justice, an economy that facilitates and rewards sharing, an economy where the unemployed boast greater purchasing power than those in work, an economy where 1 and 1 makes 3, an economy in which everyone is born with purchasing power and where, ultimately, each individual has total control over his or her purchasing power.

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Studies: « Anti-Semitic Attitudes in France: New Insights » by Dominique Reynié

For more than 10 years, the Jews of France have been living in a state of anxiety. They no longer recognize France, the Republic they love, the country of human rights and of universalism. They see the resurgence of a dark side of the French experience that they had thought was eradicated forever. This report, presenting the findings of the surveys, helps us to gauge the level of anti-Semitism in the country and pinpoint those sectors of society that are most prone to espouse it.

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“Valeurs d’islam” [Values of Islam]: a series of studies from the Fondation pour l’innovation politique

At present, Islam is opposed by a large percentage of the population. Although the religion has been present in Europe for centuries, it is now more visible than ever before. This phenomenon can be attributed to two different trends – firstly, immigration originating mainly from Muslim countries due to historical and geographical reasons and secondly, an ageing population that has placed Europe top of the world rankings in terms of age.

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Studies: « The new wave of emerging countries » by Laurence Daziano

In 2001, an economist at Goldman Sachs coined the acronym BRICS to mark the entry of emerging countries into the global economy. The concept of emergence is now back in the ascendancy reflecting an international landscape which has undergone profound change. Since this concept emerged, classifications based on broad and sometimes vague criteria have been devised to identify new emerging countries.

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Après Charlie : une mixité sociale sans mixité ethnique ?

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Le vent n’est pas écologique

L'énergie éolienne, moyen de production d’électricité dit « écologique » nécessite des matériaux ainsi que des travaux industriels et d’entretien. Il ne suffit pas juste de récupérer l’énergie produite… quand il y a du vent.

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