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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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