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See detailLiaison relative et temps verbaux
Longrée, Dominique ULg

Conference (2001)

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See detailLiaison VZV IgG and VZV IgM assays: a comparative study
Huynen, Pascale ULg; Melin, Pierrette ULg; De Mol, Patrick ULg

Poster (2007, September)

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See detailLes liaisons dangereuses : médias, finance et industrie en Belgique
Geuens, Geoffrey ULg

Scientific conference (2001, February 13)

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See detailLIAISON® VZV IgG and VZV IgM assays: a comparative study
HUYNEN, Pascale ULg; MELIN, Pierrette ULg; HAYETTE, Marie-Pierre ULg et al

in Clinical Microbiology & Infection (2007, April), 13(Suppl. S1), 639

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See detailLiber Amicorum Paul Delnoy
Biquet, Christine ULg; Deliège, Alain ULg; Lecocq, Pascale ULg et al

Book published by Larcier (2005)

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See detailLiber Amicorum Tijdschrift voor Privaatrecht en Marcel Storme
Leleu, Yves-Henri ULg; Cornelis, L.; De Marez, D. et al

Book published by E. Story-Scientia (2004)

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See detailThe Liber fratrum cruciferorum leodiensium and circulation of organ repertoire in the Netherlands
Corswarem, Emilie ULg

in Taylor; Smith, David (Eds.) Network of Music and Culture in the Late Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries. A collection of Essays in Celebration of Peter Philips’s 450th Anniversary (2013)

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See detailLa libéralisation du secteur postal
Durviaux, Ann-Lawrence ULg

in Revue Européenne de Droit de la Consommation = European Journal of Consumer Law [=REDC] (2008), 2007-2008(n°3), 386-401

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See detailLa libéralisation du secteur postal
Gautier, Axel ULg

in Regards économiques (2008), 60

En 2011, le marché postal sera entièrement libéralisé. Le service universel sera-t-il maintenu ? Comment sera-t-il financé ? Dans cet article, nous abordons la question du financement du service universel ... [more ▼]

En 2011, le marché postal sera entièrement libéralisé. Le service universel sera-t-il maintenu ? Comment sera-t-il financé ? Dans cet article, nous abordons la question du financement du service universel postal dans un environnement concurrentiel. La Commission européenne propose plusieurs pistes, les Etats Membres doivent maintenant choisir la solution la plus appropriée à leur marché. [less ▲]

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See detailLibéralisations, privatisations, régulations. Aspects juridiques et économiques des régulations sectorielles. Marchés financiers - Télécoms - Médias - Santé
Thirion, Nicolas ULg

Book published by Larcier (2007)

Le présent ouvrage consiste à examiner de façon systématique la manière dont l’organisation et le fonctionnement de certains secteurs économiques ou quasi-économiques (marchés financiers, télécoms, médias ... [more ▼]

Le présent ouvrage consiste à examiner de façon systématique la manière dont l’organisation et le fonctionnement de certains secteurs économiques ou quasi-économiques (marchés financiers, télécoms, médias et santé) sont conçus au moyen de systèmes de régulation, par opposition, d’une part, à l’abandon de ces secteurs au seul jeu des forces du marché et, d’autre part, au dirigisme étatique pur et simple. Les secteurs privilégiés ont ceci en commun que les intérêts et les valeurs qui y sont en jeu peuvent être très divers, voire contradictoires. Il importe que certains de ces intérêts et valeurs ne soient pas sacrifiés au profit des autres et d’assurer dès lors un équilibre entre eux. L’instauration et le développement d’instances de régulation sont-ils susceptibles de garantir efficacement cet équilibre fondamental ? Telle est la question à laquelle tente de répondre le présent ouvrage, en dressant une présentation critique, aussi bien sous l’angle juridique que dans une perspective économique, des régulations sectorielles mises en place. Les auteurs, juristes et économistes issus des pôles universitaires de Rennes et de Liège, sont des spécialistes reconnus de la régulation comme nouveau mode d’organisation des rapports entre le marché et l’État. [less ▲]

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See detailLes libéralités et les successions. Précis de droit civil
Delnoy, Paul ULg; Moreau, Pierre ULg

Book published by Larcier - 4e édition (2013)

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See detailLa libération conditionnelle et la défense sociale
Jacobs, Ann ULg; Berbuto, Sandra

in Le point sur le droit pénal (2000)

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See detailLa libération sans la révolution. Les avatars de la contre-culture en France
Denis, Benoît ULg

Conference (2011, June 10)

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See detailThe libertarian imaginary of solidarity economy
Frère, Bruno ULg

Scientific conference (2008)

This paper demonstrates the value of French pragmatist sociology, and particularly the methodological device of a ‘grammar’ to articulate the normative macro-elements that underpin the organizational ... [more ▼]

This paper demonstrates the value of French pragmatist sociology, and particularly the methodological device of a ‘grammar’ to articulate the normative macro-elements that underpin the organizational principles of the solidarity economy movement in France. Our grammatical analysis demonstrates that the loosely coupled movement is held together by a shared libertarian imaginary. We identify as its core four principles about an alternative organization of economic activity: creativity, conviviality, self-management and political activism; and we trace their historical roots in 19th century libertarian socialism and their renaissance in radical social movements in the 1970s. Analyzing the theorization of the libertarian imaginary provided by Proudhon in the 19th and movement protagonists in the 20th century, we argue that the values of the libertarian imaginary have become recombined into a composite construct of complementary, yet potentially conflicting grammatical elements. Presenting a case of a solidarity economy organization, we illustrate how organizational practices are evaluated through a grammatical lens, but also how the movement can loose its critical edge when the grammar is ‘extrapolated’. ‘Extrapolation’ offers an alternative explanation for movement instrumentalization, a frequently observed and deplored phenomenon in social movements, and suggests that it takes place not by co-optation of an external and conflicting value logic, but by over-emphasizing a value that is constitutive of the grammar itself. [less ▲]

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See detailLibertarian socialism and solidarity economy
Frère, Bruno ULg; Reinecke, Juliane

in Dialogues in critical management studies (2011)

Purpose
 Our aim is to deconstruct the idea of a “Big Society” such the one that has been suggested by Mr. D. Cameron. We want to show how this “BS” is inspired by the usual “right” libertarian philosophy ... [more ▼]

Purpose
 Our aim is to deconstruct the idea of a “Big Society” such the one that has been suggested by Mr. D. Cameron. We want to show how this “BS” is inspired by the usual “right” libertarian philosophy. Instead of this, we suggest to support the idea of a solidarity economy (SE), much more embedded in the tradition of the libertarian socialism. methodology Following Boltanski and Thévenot, we selected key philosophical texts to identify the ‘pure’ principles of this libertarian socialism which guide justificatory operations that people perform in their everyday discourse. We analyzed the works written by the libertarian founder of the 19th mutualist movement, Proudhon. His writings luminously articulate the pure formulation of the four main principles which activists of SE continue to allude to in their justifications. Then, we illustrate these key principles by drawing on a larger research project on the SE in France. Findings
 We try to show that an alternative to the capitalism existes beside the communism : the socialist libertarianism. This chapter finds that this left libertarianism is not a new utopie. It is rooted in the long (but marginal) history of the SE, borned in the 19th century. Originality Specialists use to think that an economy managed from the left with some libertarian political principles has never been experienced for itself. We seek to illustrate what this may look like in the existing SE. Developing SE implies a reversal of the political programme of the “BS “: redistribute economic power not only from the state, but also from company directors and their shareholders, who, within the right libertarian point of view, can legitimately praise their ‘charitable’ donations to social organizations initiatives to demonstrate their generosity. [less ▲]

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See detailA libertarian socialist response to the big society
Frère, Bruno ULg

in Critical management studies (2011), 1

Purpose
 Our aim is to deconstruct the idea of a “Big Society” such the one that has been suggested by Mr. D. Cameron. We want to show how this “BS” is inspired by the usual “right” libertarian philosophy ... [more ▼]

Purpose
 Our aim is to deconstruct the idea of a “Big Society” such the one that has been suggested by Mr. D. Cameron. We want to show how this “BS” is inspired by the usual “right” libertarian philosophy. Instead of this, we suggest to support the idea of a solidarity economy (SE), much more embedded in the tradition of the libertarian socialism. methodology Following Boltanski and Thévenot, we selected key philosophical texts to identify the ‘pure’ principles of this libertarian socialism which guide justificatory operations that people perform in their everyday discourse. We analyzed the works written by the libertarian founder of the 19th mutualist movement, Proudhon. His writings luminously articulate the pure formulation of the four main principles which activists of SE continue to allude to in their justifications. Then, we illustrate these key principles by drawing on a larger research project on the SE in France. Findings
 We try to show that an alternative to the capitalism existes beside the communism : the socialist libertarianism. This chapter finds that this left libertarianism is not a new utopie. It is rooted in the long (but marginal) history of the SE, borned in the 19th century. Originality Specialists use to think that an economy managed from the left with some libertarian political principles has never been experienced for itself. We seek to illustrate what this may look like in the existing SE. Developing SE implies a reversal of the political programme of the “BS “: redistribute economic power not only from the state, but also from company directors and their shareholders, who, within the right libertarian point of view, can legitimately praise their ‘charitable’ donations to social organizations initiatives to demonstrate their generosity. [less ▲]

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See detailLiberté académique et cour d'arbitrage
Pâques, Michel ULg

in L’humanisme dans la résolution des conflits. Utopie ou réalité ? Liber amicorum Paul Martens (2007)

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