The project of the Federative Structure of Education Studies and Research of Provence SFERE-Provence aims to improve school performances, especially for pupils with learning difficulties, by developing, experimenting and disseminating innovative pedagogical approaches through networking between research, training and teaching activities. The objective of this biannual conference is to strengthen cross-disciplinary perspectives in order to develop knowledge in the fields of learning as well as on organizations and institutional systems concerned with training and education. This second edition invites scientists to analyse the conditions for school success through new challenges facing research in education, in particular research on policies and strategies regarding education. Education policies are the subject of many debates in France, but also in Europe, in the context of the implementation of European benchmarks for Education and Training on which the different countries are evaluated and compared.
Rencontres Économiques d’Aix-en-Provence 2014
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Barbara Petrongolo. Public engagement and media coverage. Economic incentives, home production and gender identity norms , VoxEU , September Can economic incentives promote a more equal gender division of house chores? Ditching the nine-to-five: Modern men are looking for more purpose , The Guardian 29 August The economic consequences of family policies , VoxEU , June Women at work: Trends, current perspectives and policy responses , Max Weber Lecture interview, January
Rencontres économiques d’Aix-en-Provence 2013
Singular Stochastic PDEs and paracontrolled distributions. Scaling limits for random walks and diffusions with long memory - resolvent methods. On two deposition models.
The BIS hosts nine international organisations engaged in standard setting and the pursuit of financial stability through the Basel Process. Speech by Mr Jens Weidmann , President of the Deutsche Bundesbank, at the Deutsche Bundesbank symposium on financial stability and the role of central banks in Frankfurt, 27 February Guest article by Dr Jens Weidmann , President of the Deutsche Bundesbank, entitled "Stop encouraging banks to load up on state debt" in the Financial Times, published on 1 October