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See detailA unique boulder-bed reach of the Amblève River, Ardenne, at Fonds de Quarreux: Modes of boulder transport
Houbrechts, Geoffrey ULiege; Petit, François ULiege; Van Campenhout, Jean ULiege et al

in Demoulin, Alain (Ed.) Landscapes and landforms of Belgium and Luxembourg (2018)

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See detailThe picturesque Ardennian valleys: Plio-Quaternary incision of the drainage system in the uplifting Ardenne
Rixhon, Gilles; Demoulin, Alain ULiege

in Demoulin, Alain (Ed.) Landscapes and landforms of Belgium and Luxembourg (2018)

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See detailThe periglacial ramparted depressions of the Hautes Fagnes Plateau: traces of Late Weichselian lithalsas
Demoulin, Alain ULiege; Houbrechts, Geoffrey ULiege; Juvigné, Etienne ULiege

in Demoulin, Alain (Ed.) Landscapes and landforms of Belgium and Luxembourg (2018)

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See detailPresumptions and short-cut rules in abuse regulation: (where) do EU and U.S. antitrust approaches meet?
Van Cleynenbreugel, Pieter ULiege

in Di Porto, Fabiana; Podszun, Rupprecht (Eds.) Abuse regulation in competition law - past, present, future (2018)

This chapter seeks to make sense of the existence of such rules and presumptions and their potential with a view to contributing to debates on a more coordinated or structured enforcement of abuse ... [more ▼]

This chapter seeks to make sense of the existence of such rules and presumptions and their potential with a view to contributing to debates on a more coordinated or structured enforcement of abuse regulation provisions on a global scale. With that purpose, it compares the setup and role of legal presumptions of dominance/monopolisation and of abusive behaviour as benchmarks for antitrust enforcement in both EU and U.S. law. Section two of the paper identifies and distinguishes two different categories of legal techniques (short-cut rules and evidentiary presumptions) facilitating the enforcement of abuse regulation. General policy and case law evolutions allow to infer that both legal systems seemingly attest to a move away from short-cut rules in favour of evidentiary presumptions. In the U.S., the latter kind of presumptions are also even more limited in scope and scale. Section three will summarily address those evolutions in relation to both legal orders. Section four questions to what extent a reliance on different regulatory enforcement techniques in both legal orders could provide fertile ground for convergence amongst EU and U.S. abuse practices and whether the development of effectively converging legal presumptions actually offers a way forward for emerging and more established competition law jurisdictions across the globe. Focus will particularly be put on legal presumptions, as they have become seemingly more important in both legal orders over the past two decades. [less ▲]

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See detailSartre, une anthropologie politique
Cormann, Grégory ULiege

Book published by Peter Lang (2018)

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See detailPsychiatrie et liberté : approche phénoménologique
Englebert, Jérôme ULiege; Cormann, Grégory ULiege

Conference (2018)

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See detailBelgium
Husson, Jean-François ULiege

in Yearbook of Muslims en Europe (2018), 9

This article reviews the position of Muslims in Belgium in 2016 in various aspects: demography, discrimination, relations with public authorities, public funding, Muslim organisations, etc.

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See detailMorphotectonics and past large earthquakes in eastern Belgium
Vanneste, K.; Camelbeeck, T.; Verbeeck, K. et al

in Demoulin, Alain (Ed.) Landscapes and landforms of Belgium and Luxembourg (2018)

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See detailStreamlining EU law enforcement in a regulated digital market environment
Van Cleynenbreugel, Pieter ULiege

in Rusu, Catalin; Veenbrink, Marc; Looijestein-Clearie, Anne (Eds.) Digital markets in the European Union (2018)

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See detailThe Flemish Valley: Response of the Scheldt drainage system to climatic and glacio-eustatic oscillations
Heyse, I.; Demoulin, Alain ULiege

in Demoulin, Alain (Ed.) Landscapes and landforms of Belgium and Luxembourg (2018)

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See detailLandslides in Belgium: two case studies in the Flemish Ardennes and the Pays de Herve
Dewitte, O.; Van den Eeckhaut, M.; Poesen, J. et al

in Landscapes and landforms of Belgium and Luxembourg (2018)

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See detailTypologies of solidarity in EU law: a non–shifting landscape in the wake of economic crises
Van Cleynenbreugel, Pieter ULiege

in Biondi, Andrea; Dagilyte, Egle; Küçük, Esin (Eds.) Solidarity in EU Law Legal Principle in the Making (2018)

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See detailThe role(s) of innovation in competition law analysis
Van Cleynenbreugel, Pieter ULiege; Nihoul, Paul

Book published by Edward Elgar (2018)

This volume assembles the contributions presented at the ASCOLA Conference 2016 on innovation in (EU) competition law, which I co-organised.

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See detailChapter Ground-based soil moisture determination. In: Ecohydrology. Observation and Measurement of Ecohydrological Processes
Jonard, François; Bogena, Heye; Caterina, David et al

Book published by Springer (2018)

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See detailReduced specificity and enhanced subjective experience of future thinking in ageing: The influence of avoidance and emotion-regulation strategies
Jumentier, Sabrina; Barsics, Catherine ULiege; Van der Linden, Martial ULiege

in Memory (2018), 26(1), 59-73

Future thinking in older adults is characterised by a lack of specificity of imagined events and by an equal or even higher subjective experience, compared to younger adults. We considered whether this ... [more ▼]

Future thinking in older adults is characterised by a lack of specificity of imagined events and by an equal or even higher subjective experience, compared to younger adults. We considered whether this lack of specificity stemmed partly from the avoidance of a somewhat disturbing future and then examined the extent to which certain types of emotion-regulation strategies, namely positive reappraisal and positive refocusing, contributed to the subjective experience of future thinking. Middle-aged and older adults completed an adapted version of the AMT, in which temporal distance and cue word valence were manipulated, thus resulting in future conditions assumed to represent varying degrees of discomfort. Results indicate that distant future and negative cues restricted both the specificity and the subjective experience of future thinking. In addition, the use of avoidance strategies predicted the nature of future thoughts in the context of a supposed uncomfortable future (i.e., a distant future induced by negative cues), although it followed quite different age-related patterns. Together with the findings that positive reappraisal and positive refocusing (to a lesser extent) contributed to the subjective experience of future thinking, this study indicates that how individuals imagine their personal future also relies on affect- and emotion-regulation strategies. [less ▲]

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See detailApproaches to handling future use of the single-family housing stock
Berndgen-Kaiser, Andrea; Kohler, Tine; Marique, Anne-Françoise ULiege et al

in Open House International (2018), 43(03),

Single-family houses are a common form of housing in Europe. Most were built in the context of the suburbanization after World War II and are now facing challenges arising from generational changes as ... [more ▼]

Single-family houses are a common form of housing in Europe. Most were built in the context of the suburbanization after World War II and are now facing challenges arising from generational changes as well as increasing living and energy standards (Fina, Planinsek and Zakrzewski, 2009). According to the hypothesis of this paper, in several EU regions, single-family houses may face future challenges arising from oversupply and lack of adaptation to current demand. To examine this, the paper analyses the present situation and discusses the prognosis for the challenges described above regarding the three neighbouring north-western European countries Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands, based on available data and a review of country-specific characteristics of housing markets as well as national policies. Despite an impending mismatch between demand and supply, planning policies still support the emergence of new single-family houses. The comparison of Belgium, Germany, and the Netherlands shows the growing polarization between shrinking and growing regions and central and peripheral sites apparent at different stages in the three countries. While a high rate of vacancies is already registered for some regions in Germany (Effenberger, 2015), in the Netherlands this phenomenon can only be seen near the borders and in villages within the Randstadt conurbation (Hospers et al., 2015). In Belgium also, this phenomenon is not yet widespread, but in some suburban neighbourhoods dating from the 1950’s and 1960’s more and more single-family houses are becoming more difficult to sell, indicating an emerging mismatch between supply and demand (Chambre des Notaires de la Province de Liège, 2015). This article proposes some instruments which enable municipalities to intervene in single family housing neighbourhoods which are largely dominated by private ownership. These instruments are not yet widely established in single-family housing neighbourhoods but that may become important in the future [less ▲]

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See detailThe Creative Economy as a Versatile Policy Script: Exploring the Role of Competing International Organizations
Vlassis, Antonios ULiege; De Beukelaer, Christiaan

in Media, Culture & Society (2018)

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See detailA fully coupled hydro-mechanical model for the modeling of coalbed methane recovery
Bertrand, François ULiege; Cerfontaine, Benjamin ULiege; Collin, Frédéric ULiege

in Natural Gas science and Engineering (2018)

Most coal seams hold important quantities of methane which is recognized as a valuable energy resource. Coal reservoir is considered not conventional because methane is held adsorbed on the coal surface ... [more ▼]

Most coal seams hold important quantities of methane which is recognized as a valuable energy resource. Coal reservoir is considered not conventional because methane is held adsorbed on the coal surface. Coal is naturally fractured, it is a dual-porosity system made of matrix blocks and cleats (i.e fractures). In general, cleats are initially water saturated with the hydrostatic pressure maintaining the gas adsorbed in the coal matrix. Production of coalbed methane (CBM) first requires the mobilization of water in the cleats to reduce the reservoir pressure. Changes of coal properties during methane production are a critical issue in coalbed methane recovery. Indeed, any change of the cleat network will likely translate into modifications of the reservoir permeability. This work consists in the formulation of a consistent hydro-mechanical model for the CBM production modeling. Due to the particular structure of coal, the model is based on a dual-continuum approach to enrich the macroscale with microscale considerations. Shape factors are employed to take into account the geometry of the matrix blocks in the mass exchange between matrix and fractures. The hydro-mechanical model is fully coupled. For example, it captures the sorption-induced volumetric strain or the dependence of permeability on fracture aperture, which evolves with the stress state. The model is implemented in the finite element code Lagamine and is used for the modeling of one production well. A synthetic reservoir and then a real production case are considered. To date, attention has focused on a series of parametric analyses that can highlight the influence of the production scenario or key parameters related to the reservoir. [less ▲]

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