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Pr. Dr. Thomas Péran
Pr. Dr. Thomas Péran
Associate Professor at Lusail University
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The role of economic structural factors in determining pandemic mortality rates: Evidence from the COVID-19 outbreak in France
S Goutte, T Péran, T Porcher
Research in International Business and Finance 54, 101281, 2020
782020
Corruption, economy and governance in Central Africa: An analysis of public and regional drivers of corruption
S Goutte, T Péran, T Porcher
Finance Research Letters 44, 102086, 2022
72022
Social inequalities and vulnerability of population facing the COVID-19: the case of Seine-Saint-Denis in Ile-de-France.
S Goutte, T Porcher, T Péran
Available at SSRN 3605881, 2020
32020
Worker mobility and the purchase of low CO2 emission vehicles in France: a datamining approach
RH Boroumand, S Goutte, T Péran, T Porcher
The European Journal of Comparative Economics, 2019
22019
Corruption and governance in Central Africa: an analysis of public and regional drivers of corruption
S Goutte, T Porcher, T Péran
Available at SSRN 3808716, 2021
12021
Comparing the performance of Qatari banks: Islamic versus conventional, amidst major shocks
T Péran, H Sdiri
Finance Research Letters 59, 104776, 2024
2024
La théorie de l'état de Georges Burdeau
T Péran
La théorie de l'état de Georges Burdeau, 1-494, 2023
2023
Worker mobility and the purchase of low CO2 emission vehicles in France: a datamining approach
R Homayoun Boroumand, S Goutte, T Péran, T Porcher
HAL, 2019
2019
Worker Mobility and the Purchase of Low Co2 Emission Vehicles in France: A Datamining Approach
S Goutte, R Boroumand, T Péran, T Porcher
Available at SSRN 3034482, 2017
2017
Fight against pollution: the paramount role of car manufacturers
S Goutte, RH Boroumand, T Péran, T Porcher
Le Monde. fr, 2016
2016
Research in International Business and Finance
S Goutte, T Péran, T Porcher
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