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See detailDoing History of Science in a Digital, Information-Rich Environment
Takats, Sean UL

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See detailWeyl type quantization for the Ax+B – group
Korvers, Stéphane UL

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See detailLes dimensions socioculturelles de la mobilité transfrontalière
Wille, Christian UL

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See detailFour lectures on Modular Galois Representations and Applications
Wiese, Gabor UL

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See detailMarket Rulers: Interpretive institutionalism and market-based sustainability
Carr, Constance UL; Gibbs, David; Krueger, Robert

Presentation (2013, April)

This paper examines market based urban sustainability policy through the lens of interpretive institutionalism. Interpretive institutionalism, an approach that emerged in British political science and has ... [more ▼]

This paper examines market based urban sustainability policy through the lens of interpretive institutionalism. Interpretive institutionalism, an approach that emerged in British political science and has been applied to geographical analyses of governance (c.f. Bevir and Rhodes 2006; Krueger and Gibbs 2010; Krueger and Gibbs 2012), is an analysis of how institution are created, sustained or modified through the ideas and actions of individuals’ (Bevir and Rhodes, 1999: 225). The actions of individuals are therefore not governed by their institutional position or institutional rules; rather, ‘how meanings and actions, are created, recreated and changed in ways that produce and transform institutions’ (Bevir, 2003: 460). Interpretive institutionalism views institutions like economic actors or firms: as creations of broader social processes, as well as the agency of actors working to construct them and act through them. Institutions can be seen not only as administrative and political organizations, but also as ‘the rules, norms and practices, which structure areas of social endeavour’ (Coaffee and Healey, 2003: 1982). Hence, ‘institutional rules may be consciously designed and clearly specified (as in structural plans and operating procedures) or take the form of unwritten customs and conventions’ (Lowndes and Wilson, 2001: 632). This paper examines how such rules are made under ‘market-based’ conditions to urban sustainable development: so-called ‘New Urbanism’ or ‘Smart Growth’ in the US. Here we examine how actors shape and reshape what the positivist social sciences consider ontologically fixed relationships. We explore these policies in three contexts: the US, England, and Luxembourg. This comparative approach enables us to understand how these policies travel across space and are re-embedded in place, and thus to move beyond the particular case study to understand how actors intervene in markets in new and interesting ways. [less ▲]

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See detailAmour romantique et ironie
Freyermuth, Sylvie UL

Presentation (2013, March 26)

L’amour romantique exalte les émotions d’un moi en quête de l’union parfaite avec l’être aimé. Il se nourrit de sentiments exacerbés, de souffrances et de langueurs, prend à témoin la nature, confidente ... [more ▼]

L’amour romantique exalte les émotions d’un moi en quête de l’union parfaite avec l’être aimé. Il se nourrit de sentiments exacerbés, de souffrances et de langueurs, prend à témoin la nature, confidente de ses aspirations. Je propose, dans cette leçon, d’étudier la distance ironique avec laquelle Flaubert représente l’amour dans la société française de la première moitié du XIXe siècle, et le contrepoint polyphonique qui lui permet de mettre en échec une conception idéalisée du sentiment amoureux. [less ▲]

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See detailDes plurilinguismes en dialogue: rencontre entre habitants des îles
Ehrhart, Sabine UL

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See detailUne vision libertine de la conquête amoureuse
Freyermuth, Sylvie UL

Presentation (2013, March 19)

« Volupté ! c’est tout le XVIIIe siècle ! Il respire la volupté, il la dégage. La volupté est l’air dont il se nourrit et qui l’anime. Elle est son atmosphère et son souffle. Elle est son élément et son ... [more ▼]

« Volupté ! c’est tout le XVIIIe siècle ! Il respire la volupté, il la dégage. La volupté est l’air dont il se nourrit et qui l’anime. Elle est son atmosphère et son souffle. Elle est son élément et son inspiration, sa vie et son génie », s’exclamaient, en 1875, les frères Goncourt dans L’amour au XVIIIe siècle . Voici une appréhension très sensuelle du siècle qui a précédé ces auteurs, siècle au cours duquel ont fleuri les romans érotiques et licencieux. Nous verrons de quelle manière le texte épistolaire Les liaisons dangereuses (Choderlos de Laclos, 1782) joue de la subtile complexité des relations entre les sexes. [less ▲]

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See detailAmour et bienséance ou le feu sous la glace
Freyermuth, Sylvie UL

Presentation (2013, March 12)

L’amour galant fleurit à la Cour de Louis XIV, et la préciosité dans les salons. La légèreté de la vie de cour et la vivacité intellectuelle des femmes lettrées n’éclipsent ni le fait que le Grand siècle ... [more ▼]

L’amour galant fleurit à la Cour de Louis XIV, et la préciosité dans les salons. La légèreté de la vie de cour et la vivacité intellectuelle des femmes lettrées n’éclipsent ni le fait que le Grand siècle soit celui de la normalisation politique, linguistique, artistique, ni l’influence du jansénisme. Il n’est plus alors question de livrer au lecteur l’âpreté brute du désir, mais il convient, au contraire, de mettre à nu la lutte entre la passion, la raison et les bienséances. [less ▲]

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See detailA global operator approach to WZNW models via KN type algebras
Schlichenmaier, Martin UL

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See detailModularity of certain 2-dimensional mod p^n representations of Gal(Qbar/Q
Adibhatla, Rajender UL

Presentation (2013, March 07)

For an odd rational prime p and integer n>1, we consider certain continuous representations rho_n of G_Q into GL_2(Z/p^nZ) with fixed determinant, whose local restrictions "look" like they arise from ... [more ▼]

For an odd rational prime p and integer n>1, we consider certain continuous representations rho_n of G_Q into GL_2(Z/p^nZ) with fixed determinant, whose local restrictions "look" like they arise from modular Galois representations, and whose mod p reductions are odd and irreducible. Under suitable hypotheses on the size of their images, we use deformation theory to lift rho_n to rho in characteristic 0. We then invoke a modularity lifting theorem of Skinner-Wiles to show that rho is modular. [less ▲]

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See detailDe la fin’amor à la revendication féminine du désir amoureux
Freyermuth, Sylvie UL

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Le Roman de la Rose (premier tiers du XIIIe siècle), véritable somme du code amoureux chevaleresque et de son imaginaire érotique, montre une femme idéalisée, mais soumise au désir masculin. La rose ... [more ▼]

Le Roman de la Rose (premier tiers du XIIIe siècle), véritable somme du code amoureux chevaleresque et de son imaginaire érotique, montre une femme idéalisée, mais soumise au désir masculin. La rose, métaphore du corps féminin, n’est-elle pas choisie et convoitée par le héros, mais aussi emprisonnée et défendue au nom de la vertu ? Il faut attendre le XVIe siècle et une femme aussi émancipée que Louise Labé, par exemple, pour voir mis en vers dans ses sonnets les émotions et désirs amoureux féminins, aussi ardents et assoiffés de liberté que ceux de l’autre sexe. [less ▲]

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See detailWeyl type quantization for some symplectic symmetric spaces
Korvers, Stéphane UL

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See detailLa théorie politique de Hobbes et de Rousseau
Sosoe, Lukas UL

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See detailCommodity taxation and regulatory competition
Picard, Pierre M. UL; Moriconi, Simone; Zanaj, Skerdilajda UL

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See detailOutput and Welfare Effects of Fiscal Consolidation - A Discussion
Sneessens, Henri UL

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See detailSymplectic symmetric space realized as co-adjoint orbit
Korvers, Stéphane UL

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See detailWeber et Kelsen : de la prétention scientifique
Lefort, Elisabeth UL

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See detailCommodity taxation and regulatory competition
Picard, Pierre M. UL; Moriconi, Simone; Zanaj, Skerdilajda UL

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See detailAssociativity in formal power series rings and polynomial rings
Tomaschek, Jörg UL

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See detailFluctuation Relations of Phase Transitions - Externally Driven Crystallization
Dorosz, Sven UL

Presentation (2013, February 15)

I will discuss the crystallization process in suspensions of hard particles far from equilibrium. The suspensions of hard particles, iniitially prepared in an equilibrium fluid state, are subjected to a ... [more ▼]

I will discuss the crystallization process in suspensions of hard particles far from equilibrium. The suspensions of hard particles, iniitially prepared in an equilibrium fluid state, are subjected to a time dependent over-compression protocol. During this process formation of crystallites and dynamic arrest take place. \\ This solidification process will be investigated in the framework of non-equilibrium fluctuation relations. For a given system driven far from equilibrium these relations state symmetries of the distribution of dissipated heat or mechanical work and ultimately relate to equilibrium free energy differences. The distribution of mechanical work, also experimentally accessible, contains important information about the evolution of crystallites and disorder in the system. Therefore, studying the distribution of mechanical work will offer new insights to the dynamical properties of the crystallization process and relate structural changes to dissipated energy far from equilibrium. \\ This presentation is based on ongoing research in the Theoretical Softmatter group at the University of Luxembourg. [less ▲]

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See detailCommodity taxation and regulatory competition
Picard, Pierre M. UL; Moriconi, Simone; Zanaj, Skerdilajda UL

Presentation (2013, February 14)

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See detailMagnetic SANS on bulk magnets
Michels, Andreas UL

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See detailLanguage-in-education policy in Luxembourg: Fixed versus flexible
Weber, Jean-Jacques UL

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See detailLearning 2.0 in Higher Education. What pathways should academia take now?.
Max, Charles UL

Presentation (2013, February 07)

New media have become an essential part of everyday life and regular users are labeled as ‘(inter)net generation’ (Tapscott, 1998; Buckingham, 2007; Montgomery, 2007; Beetham & Sharpe, 2007) or ‘digital ... [more ▼]

New media have become an essential part of everyday life and regular users are labeled as ‘(inter)net generation’ (Tapscott, 1998; Buckingham, 2007; Montgomery, 2007; Beetham & Sharpe, 2007) or ‘digital natives’ (Prensky, 2001, 2009, 2010; Benett et al., 2008; Helsper et al., 2010). Interactive new media (Manovich, 2003; Crook, 2008; Redecker et al., 2009) and the social web (Bevan, 2010) are blurring the boundaries between learning and social or leisure activities. By transforming conventional media monologues into social media dialogues, they are expanding opportunities of collaborative authoring and peer exchange within communities of prod-users (Bruns, 2008; Rheingold, 2008). They generate a high growth of social interactions and mutual exchanges among members (Ito et al., 2009; Kirschner & Karpinski, 2010; Eynon & Malmberg, 2011). Participants feel some degree of social connection with one another, mutually value contributions and support less competent members through tutoring practices. On the basis of this “participatory culture” (Jenkins et al., 2007) radical new learning opportunities (Ala-Mutka, 2010) take shape. The participatory and active role, which these tools allow users to take, make them interesting for learner-centred approaches in higher education. The regular use of ICT and web technologies (Anderson, 2007) in educational institutions is far from common and rarely goes beyond rudimentary functions or the use of limited resources (Cox et al., 2003a, 2003b; Cuban, 2003). The present contribution discusses results achieved by students using web 2.0 applications within academic programs such as blogs, video sharing tools and social net working sites. They evidence beneficial effects on processes of learning, socialisation and conviviality (Caire 2010) and skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, communication, and collaboration as emphasised by 21st century frameworks (Voogt & Pareja Roblin, 2012) . Furthermore, the contribution will raise questions about barriers and strategies for integrating learning 2.0 effectively into higher educational contexts. It emphasises the systemic tensions to overcome, pedagogical practices to promote and conviviality potentials (Caire, 2010) to stimulate by fair digital participations, collaborations and interactions in highly multilingual and multicultural contexts. [less ▲]

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See detailCurrent developments in large-scale assessments and computer-based testing
Greiff, Samuel UL

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See detailHow to measure Collaborative Problem Solving
Greiff, Samuel UL

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See detailNeueste Tendenzen der Mehrsprachigkeit in Forschung und Lehre
Ehrhart, Sabine UL

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See detailState owned firms: private debt, cost revelation and welfare
Picard, Pierre M. UL

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See detailAnmerkungen zu »Wissenschaft« und »Theorie«
Kohns, Oliver UL

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See detail(Re)reading Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s 'The Yellow Wallpaper'
Prüm, Agnès UL

Presentation (2013, January 31)

This presentation explores constructions of 'female' spaces in literary texts of the turn of the 19th century in relation to the amalgamation of gender, desire and biological sex in the medical discourses ... [more ▼]

This presentation explores constructions of 'female' spaces in literary texts of the turn of the 19th century in relation to the amalgamation of gender, desire and biological sex in the medical discourses of the period. Rereading 'The Yellow Wallpaper' involves reading it alongside other texts that draw on the notion of entrapment to articulate the difficulties faced by female artists of the late nineteenth century. [less ▲]

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See detailRegionalisations as Multi-Level Phenomena
Faller, Fabian UL

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See detailSprachenlernen durch Geschichtenerzählen in der Schreibwerkstatt und mit iTEO
Kirsch, Claudine UL

Presentation (2013, January 23)

Wir gehen davon aus, dass Kinder eine Sprache lernen, wenn sie diese in unterschiedlichen Situationen und mit unterschiedlichen Personen benutzen, um etwas mitzuteilen, was ihnen wichtig ist. Zuhören ... [more ▼]

Wir gehen davon aus, dass Kinder eine Sprache lernen, wenn sie diese in unterschiedlichen Situationen und mit unterschiedlichen Personen benutzen, um etwas mitzuteilen, was ihnen wichtig ist. Zuhören, Kollaboration, Autonomie und Respekt sind wichtige Kompetenzen, die man in der Schule entwickeln muss. Da diverse (neue) Medien zum soziokulturellen Alltag der Kinder gehören, sollen sie auch im Sprachunterricht eingesetzt werden. Die Arbeit mit den Kindern in der Schreibwerkstatt und mit der iPad App iTEO (traitement de texte oral) basierten und basieren auf soziokonstruktivistischen Prinzipien. Die Ergebnisse unserer Studien zeigen, dass Kinder, die gemeinsam mit Kameraden Geschichten erzählten, ihre Sprache entwickelten (z.B. Wortschatz, Grammatik, diskursive Kompetenzen), sich metalinguistisches Wissen aneigneten und Lernstrategien erwarben. Das Ziel dieses Workshops ist es, die Konzepte 'Storying' und Schreibwerkstatt vorzustellen, das Programm iTEO auszuprobieren und mündliche und schriftliche Textproduktionen von Kindern zu analysieren. [less ▲]

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See detailModular forms and the inverse Galois problem
Wiese, Gabor UL

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See detailEntwicklung der Zweitsprache und der Argumentationsfähigkeit
Kirsch, Claudine UL

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See detailTransversal skills and their importance in education and educational assessment
Greiff, Samuel UL

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See detailWorkshop on Modular forms and Galois representations
Yoo, Hwajong UL

Presentation (2013, January 07)

We present the result on non-optimal levels of reducible modular Galois representations.

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See detailSustainable Migration Policies
Picard, Pierre M. UL

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See detailPredicting Materials Properties, A Computer Game
Schilling, Tanja UL

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See detailPredicting Materials Properties - A Computer Game
Schilling, Tanja UL

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See detailAttachment and reflective function in a sample of Italian adopted adolescents
Molina, Paola; Casonato, Marta; Manavella, Giorgia et al

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See detailTowards a EU-US free trade zone
Hofmann, Herwig UL

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See detailStudents Social Origins and Targeted Grade Inflation
Tampieri, Alessandro UL

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See detailNumerical analysis of free-surface flow through rotating machines
Schippke, Henning; Zilian, Andreas UL

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In the context of the transformation process currently taking place in the energy production sector, energy gained from renewable power sources shall replace the present mixture, which mostly relies on ... [more ▼]

In the context of the transformation process currently taking place in the energy production sector, energy gained from renewable power sources shall replace the present mixture, which mostly relies on fossil burnings. Therefore, in the future most of the energy shall be gained by harvesting power from sun, wind or water, geothermal heat or biomass. In case of converting energy from wind into electrical power wind turbines are used in general, while hydropower turbines are the state-of-the-art machinery to derive energy from running water. In order to convert the potential energy from running water as well water wheels pose the method of choice. Turbines in air or water represent mechanically a two-field system, in which the structure of the turbine is surrounded by a streaming fluid. Due to the elasticity of the rotor blades the stresses of the fluid onto the structure deform the blades, which in return yield a time-dependent flow domain. Therefore turbines in a streaming fluid represent a typical example of fluid-structure interaction. Furthermore, in case of water wheels the surrounding air as third field and additional fluid phase comes into play introducing a free surface. In this contribution the governing equations of incompressible fluid flow are presented using primal variables and discretised via the space-time finite element method [3]. The discretised model equations of the fluid are stabilised using an SUPG/PSPG approach. Shape and test functions are continuous within the space-time slabs, while across the space- time slabs the shape and test functions are continuous only in space, but discontinuous in time yielding a time-discontinuous Galerkin approach. Due to the moving rotor blades a mesh moving technique needs to be incorporated into the computational set-up. Considering the occurring large but regular displacements of the flow boundary arising from the rotating rotor blades the shear-slip mesh update method (SSMUM) [1] as discontinuous mesh moving technique is applied. In case of water wheels the free surface is described implicitly via a Level-Set function [2] yielding a single fluid phase with almost discontinuous density and viscosity. The verification and validation of the developed numerical scheme is carried out with the help of computing classical benchmark problems as well as via a comparison to existing experimental data. [less ▲]

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See detailModeling default correlation in a US retail loan portfolio
Pisa, Magdalena UL

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See detailModeling default correlation in a US retail loan portfolio
Pisa, Magdalena UL

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See detailModeling default correlation in a US retail loan portfolio
Pisa, Magdalena UL

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See detailCrystallization in colloidal suspensions
Schilling, Tanja UL

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See detailSocial interactions, social capital and urban structure
Picard, Pierre M. UL

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See detailSpatial segregation and urban structure
Picard, Pierre M. UL

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See detailMarriage formation with assortative meeting as a two-sided optimal stopping problem
Tampieri, Alessandro UL; Parilina, Elena

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See detailAnimation de la conférence de Pascale Kramer
Barthelmebs-Raguin, Hélène UL

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See detailKonsum und die Modernisierung des Kaiserreichs
Lenz, Thomas UL

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See detailNoncognitive Skills and Adult Outcomes
Samuel, Robin UL

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See detailContesting Education. Media Debates and the Public Sphere in Luxembourg.
Lenz, Thomas UL

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See detailThe Impracticality of Practical Knowledge in Educational Research
Popkewitz, Thomas S. UL

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See detailStyles of Reason: Two Forms of Curriculum History
Popkewitz, Thomas S. UL

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See detailMagnetic SANS on bulk magnets
Michels, Andreas UL

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See detailPrésentation du livre : Social Long-term Contracts in European Law
Hiez, David UL

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See detailMagnetic neutron scattering on nanomagnets
Michels, Andreas UL

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See detailE.T.A. Hoffmann und das Experiment
Küpper, Achim UL

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See detailEmpirical Welfare Analysis - When Preferences Matter
Carpantier, Jean-Francois UL

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See detailArts vs Engineering: Choosing Consumption of and Investment in Education
Tampieri, Alessandro UL; Richard, Romano

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