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The economics of climate change

On the 8th of October 2018, the Nobel Prize of Economics was given to William Nordhaus, from Yale University, and Paul Romer, currently working for New York University. They have respectively won the Prize for...

Le sommeil sacrifié au nom de la productivité ?

Dans un monde où la productivité règne en maitre, la population néglige de plus en plus son temps de sommeil au profit d’heures de travail (ou de loisir) supplémentaires. Les mythes concernant le manager...

New York 1994 : CompStat – l’émergence de la Smart City

2605 meurtres, tel était le triste record connu à New-York rien que pour 1990. A cette époque, la Big Apple n’avait pas la belle réputation dont elle jouit de nos jours. La ville comptait...

The Future of Education Through Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality (VR): a technology which, at first glance, makes you rather think about the next science-fiction blockbuster than about a part of your future daily routine. If this is your current state of...

How Artificial Intelligence Is Disrupting Agriculture

In our daily lives, we tend to forget about the crucial role of agriculture. However, providing food in sufficient quantity, at an acceptable level of quality, and then to distribute it efficiently is far...

Initial Coin Offering – La nouvelle vague des crypto-monnaies

Vous avez très certainement déjà entendu parler de crypto-monnaies célèbres, telles que le Bitcoin, l’Ethereum ou bien encore le Ripple, les 3 plus grosses capitalisation sur le marché des crypto-monnaies. En effet, à elles...

The 4th Industrial Revolution and the A.I. are not Science Fiction Anymore

When you were a kid you probably have seen or heard about Artificial Intelligence, also known as A.I.—  a film directed by Steven Spielberg. The screenplay tells the story of David (Osment), a childlike...

The greying West – the story of an ageing Europe

“Do it for mom!” says the headline of one of the most recent commercials by Spies Rejser, a Danish travel company. The agency decided to take initiative on decreasing birthrate offering free "child-friendly holiday"...

More Women at Work Boost Economies

The gender gap has for long been considered purely as a social and political argument. Recent studies by McKinsey & Company have, however, demonstrated that closing the gender gap would add up $28 trillion...

The new energy revolution

Almost two and a half centuries ago, the world was experiencing what is now known as the Industrial Revolution. The switch to coal as primary input for the production of power led to a...

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