Risk generation: how ans why protest movements evolve and renew themselves?[Research paper] by Pierre-Antoine Chiarelli


The author graduated from HEC Paris (CEMS) in 2006.

This thesis considers the Risk Generation movement, which was founded to contest changes to  internship  training schemes. Despite the scarcity of its resources, this movement was a real success. This paper is focused more on the reasons which explain the constitution of the movements and those which explain its success.

Quote article  Pierre-Antoine Chiarelli, « Risk generation: how ans why protest movements evolve and renew themselves? », 14 january 2008, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Research paper]

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