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La pyramide mondiale des richesses

La pyramide mondiale des richesses
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The Network of Global Corporate Control Abstract The structure of the control network of transnational corporations affects global market competition and financial stability. So far, only small national samples were studied and there was no appropriate methodology to assess control globally. We present the first investigation of the architecture of the international ownership network, along with the computation of the control held by each global player. We find that transnational corporations form a giant bow-tie structure and that a large portion of control flows to a small tightly-knit core of financial institutions. This core can be seen as an economic “super-entity” that raises new important issues both for researchers and policy makers. Citation: Vitali S, Glattfelder JB, Battiston S (2011) The Network of Global Corporate Control. Editor: Alejandro Raul Hernandez Montoya, Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico Received: March 29, 2011; Accepted: September 15, 2011; Published: October 26, 2011 Copyright: © 2011 Vitali et al. . .

Mais dans quel monde vit-on ! À force de flipper sur le fric, sur l’insécurité distillée à longueur de « jité », à force de s’angoisser à l’idée de perdre ce travail qu’ils détestent-mais-comment-tu-veux-faire-autrement, de penser à leur petite boutique, à leur petite retraite, à leur petite famille qu’ils aiment, mais mal, à leurs enfants qui grandissent et qu’ils ne connaissent même pas, à force de privilégier le moi-moi-je-moi-même, les habitants de cette planète, en grande majorité, omettent de voir le monde dans lequel ils vivent. Un monde où règnent en maîtres les brutes épaisses, les prédateurs/trices sans vergogne, les tortionnaires de peuple sanguinaires, les « zéluEs » égotiques, vénaux et stupides à en pleurer, les hauts fonctionnaires corrompuEs, les cadres arrivistes et incompétentEs, les chefaillonNEs de services mesquinEs et sadiques et les conNEs-à-tous-les-étages. Tous savent que ce n’est pas le monde qu’ils voulaient et ils s’en plaignent d’ailleurs abondamment.

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Capital Group Companies Capital Group is one of the world’s largest investment management organizations with assets of around one trillion USD under management. It comprises a group of investment management companies, including Capital Research and Management, American Funds, Capital Bank and Trust, Capital Guardian, and Capital International. The firm was founded in 1931 by Jonathan Bell Lovelace. The Founding Years[edit] In 1931, Jonathan Bell Lovelace founded an investment firm, Lovelace, Dennis & Renfrew, which would eventually become the Capital Group Companies. Lovelace was raised in Southern Alabama by a family who was in the timber business. Overview[edit] Capital Group is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, and has over 7,000 associates in 23 office locations around the globe, including offices in London, Geneva, Sydney, Toronto, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Mumbai and Singapore. Executives[edit] David I. Shaw B. James Rothenberg – chairman of Capital Research & Management Co.[8]\ Investments[edit] America[edit]

Barclays Barclays /ˈbɑːkliz/ is a British multinational banking and financial services company headquartered in London. It is a universal bank[2] with operations in retail, wholesale and investment banking, as well as wealth management, mortgage lending and credit cards. It has operations in over 50 countries and territories and has around 48 million customers.[3] As of 31 December 2011 Barclays had total assets of US$2.42 trillion, the seventh-largest of any bank worldwide.[4] Barclays traces its origins to a goldsmith banking business established in the City of London in 1690. James Barclay became a partner in the business in 1736. In 1896 several banks in London and the English provinces, including Backhouse's Bank and Gurney's Bank, united as a joint-stock bank under the name Barclays and Co. Barclays has a primary listing on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. History[edit] 1690 to 1900[edit] 1900 to 1945[edit] 1946 to 1980[edit] 1980 to 2000[edit]

The absolute, urgent need of a proper earth government by Dr Robert Muller Former UN Assistant Secretary General Co founder and Former Chancellor of the UN University for Peace in Costa Rica For a formatted print ready copy click here. Contact: Robert Muller via e mail: bgaughenmu@aol.com Web Address: www.robbertmuller.org Credits: Cover Picture: www.rsd.gsfc.nasa.gov/rsd/bluemarble2000.html La Casa de Maria in Santa Barbara, California, was the place we met in 1994 during an event called THE BIG PICTURE SUMMIT. I noted that on 11 July 1994 there would be 2000 days before the year 2000. And so Robert began to write ideas based on his more than 50 years of working on the problems of the world at the United Nations and now at the University for Peace in Costa Rica. I know because I married this idea man 5 years ago and together we work to make this Earth the true paradise it was meant to be. October 24, 2002 To Dr. Rosalynn and I are pleased to congratulate you on receiving the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation's 2002 World Citizenship Award. With warm best wishes, Dr.

GEAB N°74 est disponible! Crise systémique globale – La guerre est déclarée entre le monde économico-politique et la sphère financiaro-bancaire Commentaire de dernière minute ! Depuis le bouclage du contenu de ce numéro du GEAB avant-hier soir, notre équipe observe de près l'inhabituelle coïncidence de l’effondrement de tous les indicateurs : bourses européennes, américaines et asiatiques, matières premières… et même et surtout or. Nous n’avons malheureusement pas le temps de nous étendre sur ce phénomène. Volume des ventes d'essence au détail aux États-Unis. La crise chypriote est également une bonne piqûre de rappel. « Bâtir une nouvelle crise sur la crise existante » semble être le but des politiques au Japon, au Royaume-Uni et aux États-Unis. Taux des bons du trésor japonais à 5 ans. Ainsi de la Banque du Japon qui dévoile son plan de rachat de dette japonaise (10) à faire pâlir de jalousie Ben Bernanke et son QE (11). Mais, dans une moindre ampleur, la même stratégie est expérimentée depuis le début de la crise par les États-Unis. Or ce problème ne se contente pas de rester à l'intérieur des frontières US.

LE RÉSEAU DE CONTRÔLE GLOBAL PAR LES GRANDES ENTREPRISES, par Stefania Vitali, James B. Glattfelder, et Stefano Battiston La traduction par timiota de l’article intitulé The network of global corporate control qui a fait l’objet du billet Les maîtres du monde. À propos de … Stefania Vitali, James B. Glattfelder, et Stefano Battiston arXiv:1107.5728v1 [q-fin.GN] 28 Jul 2011 Chair of Systems Design, ETH Zurich, Kreuzplatz 5, 8032 Zurich, Switzerland, Résumé : la structure du réseau de contrôle des multinationales affecte la concurrence sur le marché global et la stabilité financière. Introduction Une intuition courante parmi les universitaires et dans les médias fait se représenter l’économie globale comme dominée par une poignée de multinationales (TNC = Trans National Corp.) puissantes. Certes, il est intuitif que chaque grande entité multinationale a une pyramide de filiales sous elle et une palanquée d’actionnaire au-dessus d’elle. La vérification du degré auquel ces implications se vérifient dans l’économie globalisée est per se un domaine de recherche inexploré, et est au-delà du but de cet article.

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