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    GRANEM


    The GRANEM (ANgevin Research Group in Economics and Management) is a multidisciplinary research group (Economics and Management) of the University of Angers, attached to the CNRS Federation 3435 TEPP (Labor, Employment and Public Policies). This group n° EA 7456 includes 51 teacher-researchers, 48 doctoral students, 1 post-doc and 3 administrative and technical staff members.

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    Episode 23 WBIN-TV: Doing Business in France

    with Bruno Séjourné and Catherine Deffains-Crapsky


    Is crowd funding the same in Europe as it is in the US? How do find a job coming from Africa, moving to another country and after getting your Ph.D.? Why don’t Americans save enough money, compared with their European counterparts? How do you go about finding a job, if you’re trilingual? Doing Business in France. This episode is sponsored by Morse Barnes-Brown & Pendleton. The full 30-minute episode is featured, with separate, and additional, segments on Bruno Séjourné, Catherine Crapsky, Louis-Matar Guèye, and Abdel-Malik Ola.