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See detailInventarisatiedossier ruilverkaveling Rijkevorsel
Rots, Veerle ULg

Report (1997)

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See detailInventer et réinventer l’aulos. Autour de la 12e Pythique de Pindare
Pirenne-Delforge, Vinciane ULg

in Brulé, Pierre; Vendries, Christophe (Eds.) Chanter les dieux. Musique et religion dans l'Antiquité grecque et romaine. Actes du colloque des 16, 17 et 18 décembre 1999 (Rennes et Lorient) (2001)

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See detailInventer. Le jeune Descartes et les voies de l’inventio en 1619-1620
Dubouclez, Olivier ULg

in Savini, Massimiliano (Ed.) Les écrits de jeunesse de Descartes (in press)

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See detailL'invention africaine des sociétés civiles : déni théorique, figure imposée, prolifération empirique
Poncelet, Marc ULg; Pirotte, Gautier ULg

in Mondes en développement (2007), 35(3), 9-23

For some fifteen years, the debate relating to civil society and the roles of the latter accompanied the crisis of post-colonial African societies and the reshaping of international development policies ... [more ▼]

For some fifteen years, the debate relating to civil society and the roles of the latter accompanied the crisis of post-colonial African societies and the reshaping of international development policies. The "historical hindsight" allows to highlight a vast debate, of a theoretical nature, on the nature of civil society and of the organisations which claim to belong to this civil society. It also casts light on the de facto proliferation of organisations supposed to constitute the civil society and which are probably part of an unprecedented reshaping of social and political relations in these post-colonies. This article makes the point on the concept of civil society, its dimensions and debates relating to African contexts. [less ▲]

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See detailL'invention des sciences coloniales belges
Poncelet, Marc ULg

Book published by Karthala (2008)

Histoire critique des sciences coloniales belges en rapport avec l'afrique centrale. Naissance et déploiement institutionnel d'une science d'outre-mer.

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See detailInvention du bien-être, invention d'une politique du vivant
Vrancken, Didier ULg

Article for general public (2009)

Cet article introduit la notion de bien-être en la reliant directement aux travaux historiques de Michel Foucault sur le bio-politique

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See detailL'invention du personnage
Belloi, Livio ULg

in Iris - Revue de théorie de l'image et du son/A Journal of Theory on Image and Sound (1997), 24(automne), 59-76

Etude historique portant sur la prise de consistance progressive du personnage de cinéma dans les années 1900.

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See detailL’invention du rural, l’héritage des mouvements ruraux (de 1930 à nos jours)
Mougenot, Catherine ULg; Mormont, Marc ULg

Book published by Vie ouvrière (1988)

L’ouvrage porte sur les mouvements ruraux belges et wallons. Il analyse d’abord quatre textes emblématiques de l’évolution des représentations du rural de 1929 à 1956. Présente ensuite l’histoire des ... [more ▼]

L’ouvrage porte sur les mouvements ruraux belges et wallons. Il analyse d’abord quatre textes emblématiques de l’évolution des représentations du rural de 1929 à 1956. Présente ensuite l’histoire des mouvements qui les a produits, avant de resituer le tout dans le cadre des « champs » sociaux de la ruralité. L’accent est surtout mis sur les années 1950 durant lesquelles une représentation cohérente prend forme, avant de s’effriter ensuite dans les années 1960. [less ▲]

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See detailInvention or Migration? The Siuren I Aurignacian
Noiret, Pierre ULg; Otte, Marcel ULg; Tatartsev, Serguei

Conference (1996)

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See detailInventories and Maps: Cognitive Ways of Framing the Nature Policies in Europe
Mougenot, Catherine ULg; Remy, Elisabeth

in Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning (2002), 4(4), 313-322

Since the Earth Summit in Rio, declining biodiversity has become a subject of general concern for many countries. To counter these negative trends, government nature policies in Europe at least are now ... [more ▼]

Since the Earth Summit in Rio, declining biodiversity has become a subject of general concern for many countries. To counter these negative trends, government nature policies in Europe at least are now thought out primarily in terms of networks. They concern new areas outside nature reserves, new players and new management strategies. Consequently, these policies should themselves become the subject of new public debate. Our study concerns the analysis of the forms used to collect the data required to set up the European Union's Natura 2000 network and maps drawn as part of the Council of Europe's Pan-European Ecological Network strategy. The aim of this article, which takes the perspective developed by the sociology of science, will be to show how the forms and maps used in these new nature policies produce knowledge that precedes policy discussions to search for the best possible socio-political compromises. In other words, the knowledge that is collected in and by means of these documents, forms and maps offers a cognitive way of framing the subsequent public debates. [less ▲]

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See detailInventory control in a decentralised two-stage make-to-stock queueing system
Arda, Yasemin ULg; Hennet, Jean-Claude

in International Journal of Systems Science (2008), 39(7),

In an Enterprise network, several companies interact to produce families of goods. Each member company seeks to optimise his own production and inventory policy to maximise his profit. These objectives ... [more ▼]

In an Enterprise network, several companies interact to produce families of goods. Each member company seeks to optimise his own production and inventory policy to maximise his profit. These objectives are generally antagonistic and can lead to contradictory choices in the context of a network with a high degree of local decisional autonomy. To avoid a global loss of economic efficiency, the network should be equipped with a coordination mechanism. The present article describes a coordination contract negotiated between a manufacturer and a supplier. The purpose of the negotiation is to determine the price of the supplied intermediate goods and the delay penalty in case of a late delivery. For a manufacturer with a dominant contracting position, the outcome of the negotiation can be computed as a Stackelberg equilibrium point. Under the resulting contract, the two-stage supply chain reaches globally optimal running conditions with the maximal possible profit obtained by the manufacturer and the smallest acceptable profit obtained by the supplier. [less ▲]

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See detailInventory control in a decentralized two-stage make-to-stock queuing system
Arda, Yasemin ULg; HENNET, Jean-Claude

in INCOM 06, 12th IFAC Symposium on Information Control Problems in Manufacturing, Saint-Etienne, France, 17-19 May 2006 (2006, May 17)

In an Enterprise network, several companies interact to produce families of goods. Each member company seeks to optimize his own production and inventory policy to maximize his profit. These objectives ... [more ▼]

In an Enterprise network, several companies interact to produce families of goods. Each member company seeks to optimize his own production and inventory policy to maximize his profit. These objectives are generally antagonistic and can lead to contradictory choices in the context of a network with a high degree of local decisional autonomy. To avoid a global loss of economic efficiency, the network should be equipped with a coordination mechanism. The present paper describes a coordination contract negotiated between a manufacturer and a supplier. The purpose of the negotiation is to determine the price of the supplied intermediate goods and the delay penalty in case of a late delivery. For a manufacturer with a dominant contracting position, the outcome of the negotiation can be computed as a Stackelberg equilibrium point. Under the resulting contract, the two-stage supply chain reaches globally optimal running conditions with the maximal possible profit obtained by the manufacturer and the smallest acceptable profit obtained by the supplier. [less ▲]

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See detailInventory control in a multi-supplier system
Arda, Yasemin ULg; Hennet, Jean-Claude

in IGLS 04, 13th International Working Seminar on Production Economics, Igls/Innsbruck, Austria, 16-20 February 2004 (2004, February 16)

An enterprise network is analyzed from the viewpoint of an end-product manufacturer who receives customer orders and organises his production and supply policy so as to minimize the sum of his average ... [more ▼]

An enterprise network is analyzed from the viewpoint of an end-product manufacturer who receives customer orders and organises his production and supply policy so as to minimize the sum of his average holding cost and average stock-out cost. For each main component to be ordered, the producer has several possible suppliers. The arrivals of customers’ orders are random and delivery times from suppliers are also supposed random. This supply system is represented as a queuing network and the producer uses a base-stock inventory control policy that keeps constant the position inventory level (current inventory level + pending replenishment orders). The decision variables are the reference position inventory level and the percentages of orders sent to the different suppliers. In the queuing network model, the percentages of orders are implemented as Bernoulli branching parameters. A close-form expression of the expected cost criterion is obtained as a complex non-linear function of decision variables. A decomposed approach is proposed for solving the optimization problem in an approximate manner. The quality of the approximate solution is evaluated by comparison to the exact solution, which can be computed numerically in some simple cases, in particular in the two-supplier case. Numerical applications show the important economic advantage for the producer of sending orders to several suppliers rather than to a single one. [less ▲]

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See detailInventory control in a multi-supplier system
Arda, Yasemin ULg; Hennet, Jean-Claude

in International Journal of Production Economics (2006), 104

An enterprise network is analyzed from the viewpoint of an end-product manufacturer who receives customer orders and organises his production and supply policy so as to minimize the sum of his average ... [more ▼]

An enterprise network is analyzed from the viewpoint of an end-product manufacturer who receives customer orders and organises his production and supply policy so as to minimize the sum of his average holding cost and average stockout cost. For each main component to be ordered, the producer has several possible suppliers. The arrivals of customers’ orders are random and delivery times from suppliers are also supposed random. This supply system is represented as a queuing network where the producer uses a base-stock inventory control policy that keeps constant the inventory position level (current inventory level+pending replenishment orders). The decision variables are the reference inventory position level and the percentages of orders sent to the different suppliers. In the queuing network model, the percentages of orders are implemented as Bernoulli branching parameters. A close-form expression of the expected cost criterion is obtained as a complex non-linear function of decision variables. A decomposed approach is proposed for solving the optimization problem in an approximate manner. The quality of the approximate solution is evaluated by comparison to the exact solution, which can be computed numerically in some simple cases, in particular in the two-supplier case. Numerical applications show the important economic advantage for the producer of sending orders to several suppliers rather than to a single one. [less ▲]

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