By Théodore Monod, Jean-François Sers

ISBN-10: 2700301595

ISBN-13: 9782700301595

Le désert Libyque, le plus aride de tous les déserts, situé de half et d'autre de los angeles frontière égypto-libyenne, est aussi le plus mystérieux. Ses secrets and techniques, enfouis sous les sables, captivent les scientifiques dès los angeles fin du XIXème siècle.
L'origine inconnue de fragments de verre, dispersés dans los angeles Grande Mer de sable, los angeles recherche de l'oasis perdue, los angeles découverte de vastes dépôts de jarres sont autant d'énigmes qui poussent Théodore Monod à arpenter cette partie orientale du Sahara.
Cet ouvrage, placé sous sa path, décrit le paysage, los angeles faune, los angeles flore, le peuplement préhistorique et l'histoire de l'exploration de ce lieu magique.

Cet ouvrage, placé sous l. a. course de Théodore Monod, a été écrit par Jean-François Sers, ancien grand reporter (L'Aurore, Le Figaro).
Nous remercions Edmond Diemer, auteur du chapitre « Le peuplement au temps de l'homme préhistorique » et des encadrés consacrés aux « Dunes voyageuses » et aux « Datations », ainsi que Jean Fabre, géologue, directeur de recherche honoraire au CNRS, pour l. a. rédaction de l'encadré « Géologie ». Anne Guintini, journaliste de L'Équipe journal, a recueilli les propos de Théodore Monod, cités dans les encadrés « Un botaniste insatiable », « Flore et faune », « Voyageur au lengthy cours », «À l. a. recherche des thousands d'années », « Sauvons le désert ! » et « Homme de plume ».

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3). Secondly, with the separation of economics and political science as separate disciplines in the late 19th century, in the twentieth century political economy usually came to refer to the study of the interrelationships of economics and politics – of states and markets (Gilpin, 2001; Strange, 1988). Thirdly and more recently, political economy has been used to describe the study of political behavior and institutions using the methodology of economics. This methodology regards the individual as the unit of analysis, assumes rational utility maximization as the best way to achieve goals, applies mathematical models and game theory to study problems, and uses statistical tools to explain patterns.

In a centrifugal system of proportional representation and coalition government the politicians need only cater to a more specific group and will be prone to deciding policy in favor of special interests and less in favor of the median voter. In centripetal systems the reverse applies as politicians have to build wider majorities and will tend to serve them through for instance more competition in banking to provide lower cost services or higher-yield to consumers. This argument explains a fundamental difference across countries not in terms of economic differences and path dependencies but rather referring to political system differences that are stable over time.

Secondly, with the separation of economics and political science as separate disciplines in the late 19th century, in the twentieth century political economy usually came to refer to the study of the interrelationships of economics and politics – of states and markets (Gilpin, 2001; Strange, 1988). Thirdly and more recently, political economy has been used to describe the study of political behavior and institutions using the methodology of economics. This methodology regards the individual as the unit of analysis, assumes rational utility maximization as the best way to achieve goals, applies mathematical models and game theory to study problems, and uses statistical tools to explain patterns.

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