• Interview with Paris Sorbonne Abu Dhabi's Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor

    Paris Sorbonne University of Abu Dhabi's Vice Chancellor, Eric Fouache, and Deputy Vice Chancellor, Fatima Al Shamsi were awarded with the Best Education Providers of the Year 2013. Prof. Eric Fouache and Dr. Fatima Al Shamsi were invited to talk about the Paris Sorbonne University of Abu Dhabi and the importance of international universities. For more information: Paris Sorbonne University of Abu Dhabi website: http://www.sorbonne.ae The European website: http://www.the-european.eu Join us on Twttier: https://twitter.com/EuropeanMag Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV2WYyKcBQlLYqE7YZ38Jcg?sub_confirmation=1

    published: 06 Nov 2013
  • What Money Can't Buy - the moral limit of markets

    Speaker: Professor Michael Sandel Discussants: Stephanie Flanders, Professor Julian Le Grand, Rt Revd Peter Selby Chair: Ann Pettifor Recorded on 23 May 2012 in St Paul's Cathedral, London. Is there something wrong with a world in which everything is for sale? If so, how can we prevent market values from reaching into spheres of life where they don't belong? What are the moral limits of markets? Noted public philosopher and Harvard professor Michael J. Sandel will explore some of these pressing questions with responses from Stephanie Flanders, Professor Julian Le Grand and Bishop Peter Selby. St Paul's Cathedral is delighted to host a discussion on this vital topic within a sacred space in order to explore the intersection between faith, morality and markets and the power that mo...

    published: 11 Jun 2012
  • The basis of technical analysis (webinar record)

    The webinar on the topic "The basis of technical analysis" was held May 15, 2014. The webinar lecturer was Remy Gaussens (Trading Central), head of the technical analysis department at Trading Central. Remy has a master's degree in trading from ESLSCA and a bachelor's degree in economics, with a specialization in "Money and Finances," from University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. For many years he has held training courses around the world (Hong Kong, Taiwan, London, Paris, Brussels, Rimini). During the first webinar EXNESS traders were introduced to the basics of technical analysis and learned about the opportunities to use it in daily trading. Remy Gaussens showed how to determine figures in technical analysis, read charts professionally, and identify possible changes in trends.

    published: 15 Apr 2015
  • Rentrée solennelle du CAVEJ - 28 novembre 2015

    Centre Réné Cassin - Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

    published: 07 Dec 2015
  • University of Paris

    The University of Paris (French: Université de Paris), often known as the Sorbonne or la Sorbonne, was noted as one of the first universities to be established in Europe. It was founded in the mid-12th century in Paris, France, officially recognized between 1160 and 1250. Following the French Revolution, its activities were suspended from 1793 to 1896. With the growth of higher education in the postwar years in France, in 1970 the university was divided into thirteen autonomous institutions. The university is often referred to the Sorbonne after the collegiate institution (Collège de Sorbonne) founded around 1257 by Robert de Sorbon, but it was always larger than the Sorbonne. Of the thirteen current successor universities, four have premises in the historical Sorbonne building, and three ...

    published: 28 Aug 2014
  • Students rally against university reforms

    1. Pan from students holding banner reading: (French) "Secondary school pupils are mobilised" to students gathered in front of Sorbonne university 2. Students sitting-in in front of Sorbonne university 3. Student with megaphone followed by students marching 4. Students sitting-in in front of Sorbonne university 5. Students marching 6. SOUNDBITE: (French) Kaisa (no surname given): "I'm here today for the withdrawal of the Pecresse law (French education minister Valerie Pecresse). It will privatise the universities so we are here to demonstrate against that, we want everybody to have equal opportunities." 7. Students with banners 8. SOUNDBITE:(French) Jean Fabbri, teacher: "It is an essential battle. The government imposes this type of action on us while not listening to the strong ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Interview avec Julien Verceuil

    Interview avec Julien Vercueil, maître de conférence en Sciences Economiques à l'INALCO

    published: 03 May 2016
  • Les données au service de la mesure des risques économiques et financiers

    Avec Nicole El Karoui, professeur de mathématiques appliquées à l’UPMC, chercheuse au Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles Aléatoires (LPMA – UPMC/Paris-Diderot/CNRS) et Charles-Albert Lehalle, Senior Research Advisor chez Capital Fund Management. Une rencontre animée par Fabienne CHAUVIERE, journaliste scientifique.

    published: 23 Nov 2016
  • CHOSES EN SOI : "De l’idéalisme au réalisme : raison, langage, animalité" (F. WOLFF, E. BIMBENET)

    Jeudi 17 novembre 2016 (14.45-16.15) Table ronde : "De l’idéalisme au réalisme : raison, langage, animalité" Modération : Élise MARROU (Paris Sorbonne) Francis WOLFF (École normale supérieure) : « De la raison à l’idéalisme, du langage au réalisme » 10:10 Etienne BIMBENET (Bordeaux-Montaigne) : « L’idéaliste que je ne suis plus » 47:03 Colloque international "CHOSES EN SOI : Métaphysique et Réalisme aujourd’hui" ("THINGS IN THEMSELVES : Metaphysics and Realism today"). Paris, 16-19 Nov 2016. Université Paris Ouest Nanterre / Ecole Normale Supérieure / Columbia Global Center. Organisé par Emmanuel Alloa & Elie During avec le soutien du Partner University Fund et de l’Institut universitaire de France. Programme complet : https://ireph.u-paris10.fr/actualites/choses-en-soi-metaphysique...

    published: 04 Dec 2016
  • Schulfilm-DVD: Armut und Reichtum. Der globale Zusammenhang von Überfluss und Mangel

    Hier DVD bestellen: http://www.filmsortiment.de "... oft essen wir sogar zweimal am Tag (41 Min.)": "Alle fünf Sekunden stirbt ein Kind unter zehn Jahren am Hunger. 57000 Menschen sterben am Tag am Hunger und fast eine Milliarde sind permanent schwerstens unterernährt", zitiert Jean Ziegler aus dem jährlichen Bericht der FAO, der Landwirtschaftsorganisation der Vereinten Nationen. In demselben Bericht wird ausgeführt, dass die Weltlandwirtschaft problemlos zwölf Milliarden Menschen ernähren könnte. Also gründet der Hunger nicht auf einem Mangel an Lebensmitteln, wie Aram Ziai verdeutlicht: "Wir leben ja nicht in einer globalen Planwirtschaft, wo die verfügbaren Nahrungsmittel verteilt werden an alle Menschen, die irgendwie was essen möchten, sondern wir leben in einem Kapitalismus, wo ...

    published: 23 Oct 2014
  • Istar Capital: The only CTA seeded by an institutional investor in 2011

    Subscribe to this channel: http://www.youtube.com/OpalesqueTV According to the BoA-Merrill Lynch Global Hedge Fund Industry Overview, Istar Capital is the only CTA seeded by an institutional investor (IMQubator) in the world in 2011. No wonder, as the two co-founders come with an impeccable CV and impressive track record. The strategy behind IStar Capital is a combination of a long term market trend following strategy and an interest rate carry trade strategy for a basket of emerging market currency forwards. The system is a combination of enhanced versions of two strategies the managers developed, traded and have known for many years at AIG Financial Products and other previous employments. The corresponding two strategies are robust and relatively uncorrelated; the managers have been fam...

    published: 09 Apr 2013
  • Richard D. Wolff Lecture on Worker Coops: Theory and Practice of 21st Century Socialism

    Richard D. Wolff, Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Friday, April 22, 2016 4:45–6:30 pm Levy Economics Institute Conference Room Richard D. Wolff is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School University in New York. Wolff has also taught economics at Yale University, City University of New York, and the University of Paris I (Sorbonne). Wolff has published many books and articles, both scholarly and popular. Most recently, in 2012, he published Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism (Haymarket Books) and Contending Economic Theories: Neoclassical, Keynesian, and Marxian, with Stephen Resnick (Cambridge, MA, and London: ...

    published: 25 Apr 2016
  • Paris Day 4

    May 4, 2017 A day spent touring the Latin Quarter, The Pantheon, Sorbonne University, The Cluny Museum and a night time cruise on the river Seine. France Congress and government grounds. St. Peter/St. Paul church.

    published: 17 May 2017
  • Students protest against reform of university funding

    SHOTLIST 1. Students with banner marching towards the National Assembly 2. Close of students chanting slogans 3. Pan left of marching 4. Back shot of policeman in riot gear watching demonstration 5. Students blocked by metallic barricades near National Assembly, policemen standing 6. Students singing anti-government slogans 7. Set-up shot of vice-president of UNEF (main student union) Sophie Binet SOUNDBITE: (French) Sophie Binet, vice-president of UNEF, main student union: "What worries us in this law project is the financial and political disengagement of the state in the higher education because the law project facilitates the recourse to private funding and also it gives new remits to universities. For example the management of premises, the management of the buildings, etc, ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Margaux et Droit-Gestion - M2 Droit bancaire et financier Paris 1

    Que sont devenus les anciens étudiants de Droit-Gestion ? Venez les rencontrer en l’espace de quelques instants dans une série de vidéos pour tout comprendre : pourquoi droit-gestion après la terminale ? Qu’est-ce que cela leur a apporté ? En d’autres termes, la double licence droit-gestion est-elle faite pour toi ? 0:19 Pourquoi as-tu choisi droit-gestion à l’origine ? 0:40 Trois mots pour décrire le cursus 1:04 Quel a été ton parcours après la double licence ? 1:25 Quel est ton projet actuel ? 1:51 Que t’a apporté la double licence dans ce que tu fais aujourd’hui ? 2:25 Pour quelle raison recommanderai-tu cette filière ? 3:04 Un évènement qui t’a marqué pendant la licence L' ADDG est l'association du diplôme de droit et de gestion de la Sorbonne. Il est possible de prendre co...

    published: 26 Feb 2017
  • Jean Ziegler über Thomas Sankara

    Jean Ziegler (French: [ziglɛʁ]; born April 19, 1934 as Hans Ziegler) is a former professor of sociology at the University of Geneva and the Sorbonne, Paris. Currently member of the Advisory Committee to the United Nations Human Rights Council. He was a Member of Parliament for the Social Democrats in the Federal Assembly of Switzerland from 1981 to 1999. He has also held several positions with the United Nations, especially as Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food from 2000 to 2008,[1] and as a member of the Advisory Committee of the UN Human Rights Council from 2008 to 2012. Jean Ziegler has authored numerous works, is a lecturer, and is well known for this sentence: "A child who dies from hunger is a murdered child."[2] Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara (French pronunciation: ​[tɔma izidɔʁ ...

    published: 30 Nov 2016
Interview with Paris Sorbonne Abu Dhabi's Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor

Interview with Paris Sorbonne Abu Dhabi's Vice Chancellor and Deputy Vice Chancellor

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Paris Sorbonne University of Abu Dhabi's Vice Chancellor, Eric Fouache, and Deputy Vice Chancellor, Fatima Al Shamsi were awarded with the Best Education Providers of the Year 2013. Prof. Eric Fouache and Dr. Fatima Al Shamsi were invited to talk about the Paris Sorbonne University of Abu Dhabi and the importance of international universities. For more information: Paris Sorbonne University of Abu Dhabi website: http://www.sorbonne.ae The European website: http://www.the-european.eu Join us on Twttier: https://twitter.com/EuropeanMag Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCV2WYyKcBQlLYqE7YZ38Jcg?sub_confirmation=1
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What Money Can't Buy - the moral limit of markets

What Money Can't Buy - the moral limit of markets

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Speaker: Professor Michael Sandel Discussants: Stephanie Flanders, Professor Julian Le Grand, Rt Revd Peter Selby Chair: Ann Pettifor Recorded on 23 May 2012 in St Paul's Cathedral, London. Is there something wrong with a world in which everything is for sale? If so, how can we prevent market values from reaching into spheres of life where they don't belong? What are the moral limits of markets? Noted public philosopher and Harvard professor Michael J. Sandel will explore some of these pressing questions with responses from Stephanie Flanders, Professor Julian Le Grand and Bishop Peter Selby. St Paul's Cathedral is delighted to host a discussion on this vital topic within a sacred space in order to explore the intersection between faith, morality and markets and the power that money has in our lives. Questions and comments from the audience will be taken. Michael J. Sandel is the Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government at Harvard University, where he has taught political philosophy since 1980. His recent book, Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do? relates the big questions of political philosophy to the most vexing issues of our time. His new book, What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets, has just been published. At Harvard, Sandel's courses include Ethics, Biotechnology, and the Future of Human Nature, Ethics, Economics, and Law, and Globalization and Its Critics. His undergraduate course, Justice, has enrolled over 15,000 students, and is the first Harvard course to be made freely available online and on public television. A recipient of the Harvard-Radcliffe Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize, Sandel was recognised by the American Political Science Association in 2008 for a career of excellence in teaching. He has been a visiting professor at the Sorbonne (Paris), delivered the Tanner Lectures on Human Values at Oxford University, and in 2009 delivered the BBC Reith Lectures. In 2010, China Newsweek named him the "most influential foreign figure of the year" in China. Stephanie Flanders has been a reporter at the New York Times (2001); a speech writer and senior advisor to the US Treasury Secretary (1997-2001); a Financial Times leader-writer and columnist (1993-7); and an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and London Business School. She became BBC economics editor in April 2008. She has won numerous awards, including the 2010 Harold Wincott Award for online journalism. She blogs at Stephanomics. Julian Le Grand is the Richard Titmuss Professor of Social Policy at the London School of Economics. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Faculty of Public Health Medicine, a Trustee of the Kings Fund, and a Founding Academician of the Academy of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences. He has an honorary doctorate from the University of Sussex. In 2003-5 he was seconded to No 10 Downing St as a senior policy adviser to the Prime Minister. As well as his position at No 10, he has acted as an adviser to the President of the European Commission, the World Bank, the World Health Organisation, the OECD, Her Majesty's Treasury and the UK Departments of Health and Work and Pensions. Dr Peter Selby was Bishop of Worcester from 1997 until 2007 and in 2001 was also appointed to Bishop of Prisons, a post from which he also retired in September 2007. Dr Selby's interest in prisons is long-standing, and he is himself the son of refugees, and served for a time as the Chair of the Asylum Committee of the Refugee Council. His concern for prisons and the criminal justice system extends back to 1965 when he served as an interim chaplain at San Quentin, California, as part of his ministerial training. Ann Pettifor is director of Policy Research in Macro-Economics (PriME), and a senior fellow of the New Economics Foundation. She is the author of The Coming First World Debt Crisis which was published in 2006 St Paul's Institute seeks to foster an informed Christian response to the most urgent ethical and spiritual issues of our times: financial integrity, economic justice, and the meaning of the common good. JustShare is a coalition of churches and charities committed to global development and social justice.
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The basis of technical analysis (webinar record)

The basis of technical analysis (webinar record)

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The webinar on the topic "The basis of technical analysis" was held May 15, 2014. The webinar lecturer was Remy Gaussens (Trading Central), head of the technical analysis department at Trading Central. Remy has a master's degree in trading from ESLSCA and a bachelor's degree in economics, with a specialization in "Money and Finances," from University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. For many years he has held training courses around the world (Hong Kong, Taiwan, London, Paris, Brussels, Rimini). During the first webinar EXNESS traders were introduced to the basics of technical analysis and learned about the opportunities to use it in daily trading. Remy Gaussens showed how to determine figures in technical analysis, read charts professionally, and identify possible changes in trends.
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Rentrée solennelle du CAVEJ - 28 novembre 2015

Rentrée solennelle du CAVEJ - 28 novembre 2015

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  • Updated: 07 Dec 2015
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University of Paris

University of Paris

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The University of Paris (French: Université de Paris), often known as the Sorbonne or la Sorbonne, was noted as one of the first universities to be established in Europe. It was founded in the mid-12th century in Paris, France, officially recognized between 1160 and 1250. Following the French Revolution, its activities were suspended from 1793 to 1896. With the growth of higher education in the postwar years in France, in 1970 the university was divided into thirteen autonomous institutions. The university is often referred to the Sorbonne after the collegiate institution (Collège de Sorbonne) founded around 1257 by Robert de Sorbon, but it was always larger than the Sorbonne. Of the thirteen current successor universities, four have premises in the historical Sorbonne building, and three of them include "Sorbonne" in their names. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Students rally against university reforms

Students rally against university reforms

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1. Pan from students holding banner reading: (French) "Secondary school pupils are mobilised" to students gathered in front of Sorbonne university 2. Students sitting-in in front of Sorbonne university 3. Student with megaphone followed by students marching 4. Students sitting-in in front of Sorbonne university 5. Students marching 6. SOUNDBITE: (French) Kaisa (no surname given): "I'm here today for the withdrawal of the Pecresse law (French education minister Valerie Pecresse). It will privatise the universities so we are here to demonstrate against that, we want everybody to have equal opportunities." 7. Students with banners 8. SOUNDBITE:(French) Jean Fabbri, teacher: "It is an essential battle. The government imposes this type of action on us while not listening to the strong protest movement and the proposals from the main players." 9. Various of students protesting STORYLINE: Several hundreds students demonstrated in Paris on Thursday against the government's university reform. French university students are angry over a law making their schools more market-friendly and have shut down classes at several campuses across France in the last few weeks. One protester told AP Television that she was against the reform because "it will privatise universities", adding that; "we want everybody to have equal opportunities". Teacher Jean Fabbri told AP Television; "it is an essential battle. The government imposes this type of action on us while not listening to the strong protest movement and the proposals from the main players." The reforms, passed by lawmakers in August, will make all state-run French universities independent within five years, granting them the right to control their own budgets, raise tuition and accept private donations. Proponents believe the law will make French graduates more competitive in the global marketplace by improving facilities and reducing university dropout rates. Many of those against the coming changes argue that allowing private companies to fund specific departments will diminish funding for the humanities and erode near-equal access for everyone to higher education. The move is part of Sarkozy's larger reform agenda, which includes raising the retirement age from 55 to 60 for certain public employees and reducing benefits packages. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3586eff68fd5363719656c03fcbf37dd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Interview avec Julien Verceuil

Interview avec Julien Verceuil

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Interview avec Julien Vercueil, maître de conférence en Sciences Economiques à l'INALCO
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Les données au service de la mesure des risques économiques et financiers

Les données au service de la mesure des risques économiques et financiers

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Avec Nicole El Karoui, professeur de mathématiques appliquées à l’UPMC, chercheuse au Laboratoire de Probabilités et Modèles Aléatoires (LPMA – UPMC/Paris-Diderot/CNRS) et Charles-Albert Lehalle, Senior Research Advisor chez Capital Fund Management. Une rencontre animée par Fabienne CHAUVIERE, journaliste scientifique.
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CHOSES EN SOI : "De l’idéalisme au réalisme : raison, langage, animalité" (F. WOLFF, E. BIMBENET)

CHOSES EN SOI : "De l’idéalisme au réalisme : raison, langage, animalité" (F. WOLFF, E. BIMBENET)

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Jeudi 17 novembre 2016 (14.45-16.15) Table ronde : "De l’idéalisme au réalisme : raison, langage, animalité" Modération : Élise MARROU (Paris Sorbonne) Francis WOLFF (École normale supérieure) : « De la raison à l’idéalisme, du langage au réalisme » 10:10 Etienne BIMBENET (Bordeaux-Montaigne) : « L’idéaliste que je ne suis plus » 47:03 Colloque international "CHOSES EN SOI : Métaphysique et Réalisme aujourd’hui" ("THINGS IN THEMSELVES : Metaphysics and Realism today"). Paris, 16-19 Nov 2016. Université Paris Ouest Nanterre / Ecole Normale Supérieure / Columbia Global Center. Organisé par Emmanuel Alloa & Elie During avec le soutien du Partner University Fund et de l’Institut universitaire de France. Programme complet : https://ireph.u-paris10.fr/actualites/choses-en-soi-metaphysique-et-realisme-aujourd-hui-723371.kjsp
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Schulfilm-DVD: Armut und Reichtum. Der globale Zusammenhang von Überfluss und Mangel

Schulfilm-DVD: Armut und Reichtum. Der globale Zusammenhang von Überfluss und Mangel

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  • Updated: 23 Oct 2014
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Hier DVD bestellen: http://www.filmsortiment.de "... oft essen wir sogar zweimal am Tag (41 Min.)": "Alle fünf Sekunden stirbt ein Kind unter zehn Jahren am Hunger. 57000 Menschen sterben am Tag am Hunger und fast eine Milliarde sind permanent schwerstens unterernährt", zitiert Jean Ziegler aus dem jährlichen Bericht der FAO, der Landwirtschaftsorganisation der Vereinten Nationen. In demselben Bericht wird ausgeführt, dass die Weltlandwirtschaft problemlos zwölf Milliarden Menschen ernähren könnte. Also gründet der Hunger nicht auf einem Mangel an Lebensmitteln, wie Aram Ziai verdeutlicht: "Wir leben ja nicht in einer globalen Planwirtschaft, wo die verfügbaren Nahrungsmittel verteilt werden an alle Menschen, die irgendwie was essen möchten, sondern wir leben in einem Kapitalismus, wo es eben darauf ankommt, sich diesen Zugang zu Nahrungsmitteln leisten zu können. "Im Dialog mit vier Gesprächspartnern, die mit ihrem Wissen, ihrer menschlichen Integrität und ihrer Erfahrung überzeugen, geht der Film der Frage nach, was in der Welt Armut verursacht und wie Armut und Reichtum miteinander zusammenhängen.Dr. Daniele Ganser ist Historiker und Friedensforscher. Er leitet das Schweizer Institut für Friedensforschung und Energie (SIPER) in Basel. Prof. Dr. Thomas Pogge ist Professor für politische Philosophie und Ethik an der Yale University in New Haven, USA. Er ist Begründer des "Health Impact Fund", einer Organisation, die für die weltweite, gerechte Versorgung mit Medikamenten eintritt. Prof. Dr. Aram Ziai ist Professor für Entwicklungspolitik und Postkoloniale Studien an der Universität Kassel. Prof. Dr. Jean Ziegler ist emeritierter Professor für Soziologie an der Universität Genf und der Sorbonne in Paris. Er ist Mitglied im beratenden Ausschuss des UNO-Menschenrechtsrates und war der erste Sonderberichterstatter der Vereinten Nationen für das Recht auf Nahrung. "Health Impact Fund (8 Min.)": Trotz aller Ungerechtigkeit gibt es Initiativen, die Mut machen: Am Beispiel eines neuen Vergütungssystems für Arzneimittel, das den Armen der Welt Zugang zu neu entwickelten Medikamenten ermöglichen will, zeigt der Film "Health Impact Fund" einen Weg auf, das herrschende System intelligent zu umgehen. Derzeit laufen die ersten Pilotprojekte an, in denen das von Prof. Dr. Thomas Pogge entwickelte Konzept umgesetzt wird. Zusatzbeschreibung: Umfangreiches Zusatzmaterial ergänzt die DVD und lädt ein, interessanten Unterricht zu gestalten: Ausgewählte Filmzitate aus den Gesprächen dienen als authentische Quellen, "verkehrte" Weltkarten und Globen stellen unsere Sicht der Welt infrage. Oder gibt es einen objektiven Grund, warum die Erde immer mit der nördlichen Halbkugel oben dargestellt wird? Eine gekürzte Fassung des Films kann eingesetzt werden, falls die Zeit für die lange Version nicht ausreicht. Im gedruckten Begleitheft und auf der DVD-ROM finden Sie neben vollständigen Transkripten der Filme und Filmzitate einführende Texte zu den Filmen, Kurzbiografien der Gesprächspartner und weitere Informationen und Materialien. Diese und weitere DVDs zum Thema: http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-i-b_003/ethik-b_003_007/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-i-b_003/geografie-b_003_014/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-i-b_003/politische-bildung-b_003_017/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-i-b_003/religion-b_003_008/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-i-b_003/sozialkunde-b_003_013/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-i-b_003/wirtschaftskunde-b_003_016/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-ii-b_004/ethik-b_004_007/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-ii-b_004/geografie-b_004_014/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-ii-b_004/politische-bildung-b_004_017/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-ii-b_004/religion-b_004_008/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-ii-b_004/sozialkunde-b_004_013/ http://www.filmsortiment.de/0/lehrfilme-unterrichtsfilme-schulfilme/sekundarstufe-ii-b_004/wirtschaftskunde-b_004_016/
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Istar Capital: The only CTA seeded by an institutional investor in 2011

Istar Capital: The only CTA seeded by an institutional investor in 2011

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Subscribe to this channel: http://www.youtube.com/OpalesqueTV According to the BoA-Merrill Lynch Global Hedge Fund Industry Overview, Istar Capital is the only CTA seeded by an institutional investor (IMQubator) in the world in 2011. No wonder, as the two co-founders come with an impeccable CV and impressive track record. The strategy behind IStar Capital is a combination of a long term market trend following strategy and an interest rate carry trade strategy for a basket of emerging market currency forwards. The system is a combination of enhanced versions of two strategies the managers developed, traded and have known for many years at AIG Financial Products and other previous employments. The corresponding two strategies are robust and relatively uncorrelated; the managers have been familiar with the strategies over 20 year period. In this Opalesque BACKSTAGE video, hear the two founders Thomas Artarit and Rudolph Shally talk about: From CERN to financial futures "Surprise" that trend following worked Creator of the AIG Futures Trend Index, Istar's predecessor Seeded by IMQubator Why you have to know "the limits of your systems" Why setting up a CTA in the Netherlands? Extra layer of safety through monitoring of IMQubator Thomas Artarit spent 6 years at AIG Financial Products where he was in charge of managing a multi-billion dollar FX/fixed income/commodity hybrid business based in Tokyo. This was the largest risk for the firm (ex credit). He resigned from the firm when the US Fed bailed-out the insurer end of 2008. At that time he was also responsible for the commodity business in Asia. His quantitative background gained through his double masters: one in Algebraic Geometry (in Pure Mathematics Faculte d'Orsay -- Ecole Normale Superieure) -- and a second one in Stochastic calculus (La Sorbonne Paris). Thomas started his career in 1994 at Indosuez Paris as an exotic currency options trader. In 1997 he became head of FX options at CIBC Financial Products in Asia, based in Singapore and Tokyo. In 1999, CIBC FP closed and Thomas moved to Genre FP, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, in Tokyo to run and set up the FX/Fixed Income hybrid business Rudolph Shally worked for 10 years at AIG Financial Products in London where he was responsible for the management of multi-billion dollar commodity index options portfolio and other commodity and equity derivatives and is the author of the AIG Futures Trend Index -- the predecessor of the systematic strategy of Istar. He was the last commodity and equity derivatives trader to finish closing and/or de-risking the commodity and equity books in Europe and Asia for AIG FP. Previously he was the head of risk management at the world largest oil refinery - Reliance Industries in Bombay. From 1996 to 1999 he was also registered with the CFTC as a sole proprietor CTA. Prior to that from 1989 to 1996 he was a derivatives trader at Citibank in New York and Toronto, where he started Citibank's commodity derivatives business from scratch. At Citibank, as part of the proprietary trading group in 1995, he also started to trade systematic strategies in interest rates and currencies. Rudolph has a doctorate in theoretical particle physics from Charles University in Prague and did a postdoctoral fellowship in high energy physics at Carleton University in Ottawa and participated in experiments and computer science at CERN in Geneva. IStar is not authorised or exempt from undertaking regulated activity in the United Kingdom, and all regulated activity is undertaken by Privium Fund Management (UK) Limited (FSA FRN:471186) which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority.
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Richard D. Wolff Lecture on Worker Coops: Theory and Practice of 21st Century Socialism

Richard D. Wolff Lecture on Worker Coops: Theory and Practice of 21st Century Socialism

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Richard D. Wolff, Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst Friday, April 22, 2016 4:45–6:30 pm Levy Economics Institute Conference Room Richard D. Wolff is Professor of Economics Emeritus, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is currently a Visiting Professor in the Graduate Program in International Affairs of the New School University in New York. Wolff has also taught economics at Yale University, City University of New York, and the University of Paris I (Sorbonne). Wolff has published many books and articles, both scholarly and popular. Most recently, in 2012, he published Democracy at Work: A Cure for Capitalism (Haymarket Books) and Contending Economic Theories: Neoclassical, Keynesian, and Marxian, with Stephen Resnick (Cambridge, MA, and London: MIT University Press). He writes regularly for Truthout.org and has been interviewed on The Charlie Rose Show, Up With Chris Hayes, Bill Maher’s Real Time, RT-TV, Amy Goodman’s Democracy Now!, Al Jazeera English, Thom Hartman, National Public Radio, Alternative Radio, and many other radio and TV programs in the United States and abroad. The New York Times Magazine has named him “America’s most prominent Marxist economist.” Sponsored by: Economics Club; Economics Program; Hannah Arendt Center; Levy Economics Institute. For more information, call 845-758-7714, or e-mail khitaris@levy.org.
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Paris Day 4

Paris Day 4

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May 4, 2017 A day spent touring the Latin Quarter, The Pantheon, Sorbonne University, The Cluny Museum and a night time cruise on the river Seine. France Congress and government grounds. St. Peter/St. Paul church.
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Students protest against reform of university funding

Students protest against reform of university funding

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SHOTLIST 1. Students with banner marching towards the National Assembly 2. Close of students chanting slogans 3. Pan left of marching 4. Back shot of policeman in riot gear watching demonstration 5. Students blocked by metallic barricades near National Assembly, policemen standing 6. Students singing anti-government slogans 7. Set-up shot of vice-president of UNEF (main student union) Sophie Binet SOUNDBITE: (French) Sophie Binet, vice-president of UNEF, main student union: "What worries us in this law project is the financial and political disengagement of the state in the higher education because the law project facilitates the recourse to private funding and also it gives new remits to universities. For example the management of premises, the management of the buildings, etc, etc." 8. More students protesting near National Assembly, blocked by barriers 9. Close of student next to placard reading: (French) "With (education Minister) Pecresse, no tenderness, too much CRS (French riot police)" 10. Wide of students 11. Wide of National Assembly with police vans in front STORY: Hundreds of students gathered in front of France's National Assembly on Friday to protest against a university reform that allows for private contributions to schools in addition to public funding. The students fear the reform, designed to make France's schools more competitive, will erode the national guarantee of public education for all. "What worries us in this law project is the financial and political disengagement of the state in the higher education because the law project facilitates the recourse to private funding," said Sophie Binet, vice-president of main student union UNEF. Nearly half of the country's 85 universities experienced disruptions from protesting students, the UNEF student union said. Thursday evening, riot police removed some 200 students leading a sit-in at a university campus in Lyon, southeast France. No injuries were reported, student groups said. Next week, many student unions plan to line up with hospital workers and school administrators in strikes over Sarkozy's plan to thin the public sector. The demonstrations began among leftist activists at a handful of campuses last month and have slowly grown, although they are so far much smaller than massive student protests in 2006. The law's critics say that change could turn universities into puppets of private corporations and kill off fields of study that do not make money. Student grievances are separate from those of transit workers striking over plans to trim their retirement benefits, public sector workers angry over jobs cuts and judicial officials dismayed by plans to shut some court houses. But the risk for Sarkozy is that the variety of protest actions could together create a volatile atmosphere of rebellion against his reform drive. Students have proven to be a powerful force in French politics in the past and have quashed previous attempts at university reform. Student protesters humiliated Sarkozy's predecessor, Jacques Chirac, in 2006 with protests that forced him to withdraw legislation that would have made it easier to hire and fire young workers. So far, these protests cannot compete with those of 2006 for scale. Only about 200 students attended a protest gathering Friday in Paris. Sarkozy's university legislation - which was passed while students were away on summer holiday - takes much of its inspiration from the United States system. It gives universities more control over their budgets and personnel and allows them to attract outside investment. Private investment has long been common at US Universities, where companies routinely help fund research, especially in the sciences. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/10cd04fe7d86c6cabe6ceb397e9eaa8d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Margaux et Droit-Gestion - M2 Droit bancaire et financier Paris 1

Margaux et Droit-Gestion - M2 Droit bancaire et financier Paris 1

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Que sont devenus les anciens étudiants de Droit-Gestion ? Venez les rencontrer en l’espace de quelques instants dans une série de vidéos pour tout comprendre : pourquoi droit-gestion après la terminale ? Qu’est-ce que cela leur a apporté ? En d’autres termes, la double licence droit-gestion est-elle faite pour toi ? 0:19 Pourquoi as-tu choisi droit-gestion à l’origine ? 0:40 Trois mots pour décrire le cursus 1:04 Quel a été ton parcours après la double licence ? 1:25 Quel est ton projet actuel ? 1:51 Que t’a apporté la double licence dans ce que tu fais aujourd’hui ? 2:25 Pour quelle raison recommanderai-tu cette filière ? 3:04 Un évènement qui t’a marqué pendant la licence L' ADDG est l'association du diplôme de droit et de gestion de la Sorbonne. Il est possible de prendre contact via différents réseaux: - YOUTUBE : en commentaire - FACEBOOK : Addg Sorbonne - MAIL : univparis1.droitgestion@gmail.com
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Jean Ziegler über Thomas Sankara

Jean Ziegler über Thomas Sankara

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Jean Ziegler (French: [ziglɛʁ]; born April 19, 1934 as Hans Ziegler) is a former professor of sociology at the University of Geneva and the Sorbonne, Paris. Currently member of the Advisory Committee to the United Nations Human Rights Council. He was a Member of Parliament for the Social Democrats in the Federal Assembly of Switzerland from 1981 to 1999. He has also held several positions with the United Nations, especially as Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food from 2000 to 2008,[1] and as a member of the Advisory Committee of the UN Human Rights Council from 2008 to 2012. Jean Ziegler has authored numerous works, is a lecturer, and is well known for this sentence: "A child who dies from hunger is a murdered child."[2] Thomas Isidore Noël Sankara (French pronunciation: ​[tɔma izidɔʁ nɔɛl sɑ̃kaʁa]; 21 December 1949 – 15 October 1987), born Thomas Isidore Noël Ouédraogo,[1] was a Burkinabé military captain, Marxist revolutionary, pan-Africanist theorist, and President of Burkina Faso from 1983 to 1987.[2][3] Viewed by supporters as a charismatic and iconic figure of revolution, he is commonly referred to as "Africa's Che Guevara".[2][4][5] Sankara seized power in a 1983 popularly supported coup at the age of 33, with the goal of eliminating corruption and the dominance of the former French colonial power.[2][6] He immediately launched one of the most ambitious programmes for social and economic change ever attempted on the African continent.[6] To symbolize this new autonomy and rebirth, he renamed the country from the French colonial Upper Volta to Burkina Faso ("Land of Upright Man").[6] His foreign policies were centered on anti-imperialism, with his government eschewing all foreign aid, pushing for odious debt reduction, nationalizing all land and mineral wealth, and averting the power and influence of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank. His domestic policies were focused on preventing famine with agrarian self-sufficiency and land reform, prioritizing education with a nationwide literacy campaign, and promoting public health by vaccinating 2.5 million children against meningitis, yellow fever, and measles.[7] Other components of his national agenda included planting over ten million trees to halt the growing desertification of the Sahel, doubling wheat production by redistributing land from feudal landlords to peasants, suspending rural poll taxes and domestic rents, and establishing an ambitious road and rail construction program to "tie the nation together".[6] On the localized level Sankara also called on every village to build a medical dispensary and had over 350 communities construct schools with their own labour. Moreover, his commitment to women's rights led him to outlaw female genital mutilation, forced marriages and polygamy, while appointing women to high governmental positions and encouraging them to work outside the home and stay in school even if pregnant.[6] In order to achieve this radical transformation of society, he increasingly exerted authoritarian control over the nation, eventually banning unions and a free press, which he believed could stand in the way of his plans.[6] To counter his opposition in towns and workplaces around the country, he also tried corrupt officials, "counter-revolutionaries" and "lazy workers" in Popular Revolutionary Tribunals.[6] Additionally, as an admirer of Fidel Castro's Cuban Revolution, Sankara set up Cuban-style Committees for the Defense of the Revolution (CDRs).[2] His revolutionary programs for African self-reliance made him an icon to many of Africa's poor.[6] Sankara remained popular with most of his country's impoverished citizens. However his policies alienated and antagonised the vested interests of an array of groups, which included the small but powerful Burkinabé middle class, the tribal leaders whom he stripped of the long-held traditional right to forced labour and tribute payments, and France and its ally the Ivory Coast.[2][8] He was overthrown and assassinated in a coup d'état led by Blaise Compaoré on 15 October 1987. A week before his assassination, he declared: "While revolutionaries as individuals can be murdered, you cannot kill ideas."[2]
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