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See detailOrigine sociale et réussite scolaire : un modèle en Chaîne de Markov estimé sur données individuelles belges
Donni, Olivier; Lejeune, Bernard ULg

in Recherches Economiques de Louvain (1997), 63(4), 421-446

Cet article étudie les relations entre l'origine socio-économique des élèves belges et leur parcours scolaire primaire et secondaire. Il repose sur l'hypothèse que le parcours scolaire des élèves peut ... [more ▼]

Cet article étudie les relations entre l'origine socio-économique des élèves belges et leur parcours scolaire primaire et secondaire. Il repose sur l'hypothèse que le parcours scolaire des élèves peut être décrit par un processus de Markov. Sur la base d'un échantillon transversal d'un millier d'enfants, en fonction de variables socio-économiques et pour chacune des années de scolarité obligatoire, les probabilités individuelles de poursuivre un parcours scolaire ''normal'', c.-à-d. sans redoublement ni relégation dans une filière de second choix, sont estimées. Nos résultats montrent que derrière les substantiels taux agrégés de redoublement qui caractérisent le système scolaire belge se cachent en fait de profondes inégalités sociales. [less ▲]

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See detailorigine, évolution et distribution de la vie dans l’univers
Javaux, Emmanuelle ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2007)

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See detailLes origines anglo-saxonnes de la réduction phénoménologique
Leclercq, Bruno ULg

Conference (1995, October 12)

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See detailLes origines de l’homme moderne
Otte, Marcel ULg; Zwyns, Nicolas; Flas, Damien ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (2007)

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See detailOrigines de la "subjectivation": Heidegger, Bachelard
Pieron, Julien ULg

Scientific conference (2015, April 23)

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See detailLes origines de la civilisation moderne et M. Ch. Seignobos
Kurth, Godefroid ULg

in Revue des Questions Historiques (1901), XXV(35e année, nouvelle série),

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See detailLes origines de la civilisation moderne
Kurth, Godefroid ULg

Book published by Ch. Peeters, V. Lecoffre (1886)

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See detailLes origines de la commune de Liège
Kurth, Godefroid ULg

in Bulletin de l'Institut Archéologique Liégeois (1905), 35

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See detailLes origines de la France (période mérovingienne et carolingienne) d'après M. Fustel de Coulanges
Kurth, Godefroid ULg

in Revue des Questions Historiques (1894), XI(nouvelle série, LVe tome de la collection), 208-219

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See detailLes origines de la pensée
Otte, Marcel ULg

Book published by Mardaga (2001)

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See detailLes origines de la querelle fouronnaise
Hermans, Michel ULg; Verjans, Pierre ULg

in Courrier Hebdomadaire du CRISP (1983), (n°1019), 33

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See detailorigines de la vie: où, quand, comment?
Javaux, Emmanuelle ULg

Speech/Talk (2011)

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See detailLes origines de la ville de Liège
Kurth, Godefroid ULg

Book published by Société d'art et d'histoire du dioscèse de Liège (1882)

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See detailLes Origines des Musiques Afro-Américaines, de 1619 à 1920.
Sacré, Robert ULg

Conference given outside the academic context (1987)

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See detailOrigines développementales des anomalies de l'homéostasie glucidique, de la croissance osseuse et prédisposition à l'ostéochondrose chez le poulain
Peugnet, Pauline ULg

Doctoral thesis (2014)

Fetal adaptations to intra-uterine stimuli have immediate and long term effects on the offspring’s health after birth. In equids, this concept known as the DOHaD (Developmental Origins of Health and ... [more ▼]

Fetal adaptations to intra-uterine stimuli have immediate and long term effects on the offspring’s health after birth. In equids, this concept known as the DOHaD (Developmental Origins of Health and Disease) was validated using crossbreeding: the mare’s size which affects the fetal environment throughout gestation and then lactation, has a critical impact on the foal’s post-natal growth, as well as on the neonate’s sensitivity to insulin. Osteochondrosis, a pathology of the growing horse, induces heavy financial losses in the equine industry. It has been associated to abnormalities in glucose homeostasis and its antenatal origin is highly suspected. The present research aimed to evaluate the impact of experimental disturbances during fetal development on growth, glucose homeostasis and predisposition to osteochondrosis in the foal until age 1½ year. Increased versus restricted fetal growth was obtained using between-breed embryo transfers (“ponies in draft horses” versus “saddlebreds in ponies”, respectively). The lush environment of the draft mare versus the restricted environment of the pony mare turned out to be critical in the regulation of bone growth, thyroid hormones secretion, β-cells function, insulin sensitivity and the osteoarticular status of the foal from birth to 1½ year of age. This validates the concept of the DOHaD in equids and shows that recipient mares should be carefully selected in embryo transfer practice. By demonstrating the scope of post-natal effects which were programmed in utero and throughout the lactating period, it also alerts the breeder about the importance of broodmare management and its long term impacts. Thus, the second model was developed to address breeders' practices. A disturbance of the nutritional environment of the fetus was induced by supplementing mares in late pregnancy with concentrated feed (barley). So far, only the neonatal foal's glucose homeostasis was affected, whereas all other studied parameters, including growth, were not affected. The foal’s predisposition to osteochondrosis, however, was increased at 6 months of age, which does not preclude that it will affect the animals afterwards since the osteoarticular status of the 6-month-old foal will evolve beyond weaning time. This research could help adjust nutritional recommendations to broodmares. [less ▲]

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See detailLes origines du lexique scientifique des langues romanes
Valenti, Gianluca ULg

Conference (2013, July 18)

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See detailLes origines du métier de pharmacien
Angenot, Luc ULg

Article for general public (2008)

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See detailOrigines et contours de l'économie sociale au Nord et au Sud
Defourny, Jacques ULg; Develtere, Patrick

in Defourny, Jacques; Develtere, Patrick; Fonteneau, Bénédicte (Eds.) L'économie sociale au Nord et au Sud (1999)

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See detailOrigins of cervical disease and biomarker selection
Herfs, Michael ULg

Conference (2013)

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See detailThe origins of small business failure : A Taxonomy of Five Explanatory Business Failure Patterns
Crutzen, Nathalie ULg

Conference (2010, June)

Whereas it is obvious that the failure process can vary from one firm to another (Argenti, 1976; D'Aveni, 1989; Laitinen, 1991), to date, few researchers have worked on the detection of several ... [more ▼]

Whereas it is obvious that the failure process can vary from one firm to another (Argenti, 1976; D'Aveni, 1989; Laitinen, 1991), to date, few researchers have worked on the detection of several explanatory failure patterns. In addition, none of the reviewed research really focuses on small firms while their failure is important and particular (Haswell and Holmes, 1989). Considering these observations and on the basis of two complementary statistical analyses (Thiétart, 2003), this paper identifies, among a sample of 208 small distressed firms, a taxonomy of five explanatory business failure patterns, i.e. five homogeneous groups of small firms on the basis of the reasons for their failure. These five patterns are the following ones : shocked firms (1), firms serving other interests (2), apathetic firms (3), firms that fail after a punctual managerial error (4) and badly-managed firms (5). The results of this paper are consistent with previous literature but they shed new lights on the understanding of the reasons for small business failure. As the detection of the fundamental explanatory failure factors is the basis of failure prevention (Argenti, 1976), the identification of these patterns is of crucial importance for a better understanding and for a better prevention of this phenomenon. [less ▲]

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