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Welcome in the Online Repository of Montpellier Recherche en Economie

You will find in this collection the works, publications and communications of the members of the Montpellier Research in Economics (EA 7491).

«  Montpellier Research in Economics » (MRE) is a research center of the University of Montpellier gathering members from the Faculty of Economics.

The research activities of the unit are structured around three thematic axes:

1- To bring out regulatory and social standards for a preserved future

2- Stimulate innovation for a transition towards sustainable development

3- Implement and evaluate responsible public policies


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