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Centre d'Etudes sur la Mondialisation, les conflits, les territoires et les vulnérabilités

Laboratory presentation

CEMOTEV's research perspectives for the five-year period 2015/2019 are part of theoretical and methodological orientations open to multidisciplinarity (mainly economics and geography), in the way of approaching the different themes of development and the environment, in particular. link with the actors (conflicts), with the geographical dimension (territories) and the choice of a dynamic approach (vulnerabilities / sustainability).

The aim is to strengthen research activities on diversity and the complexity of decision scales, particularly those related to globalization and sustainable development. CEMOTEV focuses on: the dimensions of temporalities, path dependencies, irreversibilities that shed light on hidden vulnerabilities, the territorial dimensions of economic and social processes, introduced by globalization, environmental and development issues, new articulations between the different levels of scales (global, continental, national and local) that they produce, as well as the conflicts generated.

The 19 latest publications

Title Authors Publication date Source
Investors’ attention and information losses under market stress Stéphane Goutte 11/01/21 Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization
Diversifying equity with cryptocurrencies during COVID-19 Stéphane Goutte 07/01/21 International Review of Financial Analysis
Do cultural capital and social capital matter for economic performance? An empirical investigation of tribal agriculture in New Caledonia Natalia Zugravu-Soilita, Rajwane Kafrouni 04/01/21 Ecological Economics
Promoting heritage for a sustainable development: The case of tourism in the island economies Natalia Zugravu-Soilita, Vincent Geronimi, Christine Le Gargasson, Jessy Tsang King Sang 03/01/21 Revue Economique
Dummy Players and the Quota in Weighted Voting Games Fabrice Barthélémy 02/01/21 Group Decision and Negotiation
Co-movement of COVID-19 and Bitcoin: Evidence from wavelet coherence analysis Stéphane Goutte 01/01/21 Finance Research Letters
The role of economic structural factors in determining pandemic mortality rates: Evidence from the COVID-19 outbreak in France Stéphane Goutte 12/01/20 Research in International Business and Finance
Production-based pollution versus deforestation: optimal policy with state-independent and-dependent environmental absorption efficiency restoration process Marc Leandri 09/01/20 Annals of Operations Research
Trade in Environmental Goods and Air Pollution: A Mediation Analysis to Estimate Total, Direct and Indirect Effects Natalia Zugravu-Soilita 11/01/19 Environmental and Resource Economics
Mixed-asset portfolio allocation under mean-reverting asset returns Fabrice Barthélémy 10/01/19 Annals of Operations Research
Computation of the corrected Cornish–Fisher expansion using the response surface methodology: application to VaR and CVaR Fabrice Barthélémy 10/01/19 Annals of Operations Research
The shared environmental responsibility principle: new developments applied to the case of marine ecosystems T. Poitelon 04/03/19 Economic Systems Research
Assessing the Sustainability of Optimal Pollution Paths in a World with Inertia Marc Leandri 04/01/19 Environmental Modeling and Assessment
Revisiting the Prebisch-Singer hypothesis of a secular decline in the terms of trade of primary commodities (1900–2016). A dynamic regime approach Vincent Geronimi 12/01/18 Resources Policy
The impact of trade in environmental goods on pollution: what are we learning from the transition economies’ experience? Natalia Zugravu-Soilita 10/01/18 Environmental Economics and Policy Studies
Deep-sea mining prospects in French Polynesia: Governance and the politics of time Vincent Geronimi 09/01/18 Marine Policy
Ex-ante real estate Value at Risk calculation method Fabrice Barthélémy 03/01/18 Annals of Operations Research
Companies and territories faced with the challenge of deglobalization Frédéric Leriche 01/01/18 Annales de Geographie
Companies and territories: Between offshoring and reshoring manufacturing Dalila Messaoudi 01/01/18 Annales de Geographie

Number of publications of the laboratory by scientific field (2016-2021)

Every paper can be classified in one or more scientific fields. The figure below shows the lab's number of publications in each scientific field, according to the ASJC classification (Elsevier)