In order to answer this seemingly simple, but in reality very complex question, it is important to start by defining what an enterprise is. There are many definitions of an enterprise. But the one we will use here is that an enterprise is an organisation, i.e. women and men who mobilise resources such as premises, tools, machines, knowledge, information or financial resources to produce objects or services
On 20 April, the University of Montpellier hosted the Deep Tech Tour. An event organised by the public investment bank with the aim of raising awareness of entrepreneurship among researchers and students. It was an opportunity to review the UM's innovation policy with Vice-President François Pierrot
This week in A LUM LA SCIENCE, Lise Chatain, a lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Political Science, tells us all about tax equality within the couple. In the second part of the programme, François Bertrand welcomes us to the CAD/CAM laboratory at the Faculty of Dentistry.
[Podcast] A LUM LA SCIENCE #16: From production diversity to food diversification for women in Tunisia
This week we welcome Cédric Gaillard, a researcher in economics at CIRAD, and Eric Verger, a researcher in nutrition at IRD. They are both members of the Moisa team and tell us about their study on the link between diversification of agricultural production in Tunisia and food diversification for women.
Last November, Olivier Véran, Minister of Health, commissioned a report from the Haut Conseil pour l'avenir de l'Assurance Maladie (High Council for the Future of Health Insurance), whose role is to reflect on "possible changes in health insurance policies", on the relationship between compulsory and complementary health insurance. This report launched the idea of a "Grande Sécu", which would eliminate the part of the reimbursement of care paid by mutual insurance companies in favour of the health insurance fund.
Economist Raphaël Soubeyran, who has studied inequality of access to fertile land as a factor in conflicts in sub-Saharan Africa, proposes a different view of the violence sweeping the African continent.