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Université de Fribourg

Flüssigkeit und Korrektheit – Flüssigkeit oder Korrektheit? : Ergebnisse einer Interventionsstudie in niederschwelligen Intensivkursen für erwachsene DaZ-Anfängerinnen und -Anfänger = Fluidité et correction – fluidité ou correction ? : Synthèse des résultats d’une étude expérimentale portant sur des cours intensifs à bas seuil d’allemand langue seconde, destinés à des adultes débutants

Lenz, Peter ; Barras, Malgorzata ; Manz, Fabienne

(Berichte des Wissenschaftlichen Kompetenzzentrums für Mehrsprachigkeit)

Cette étude examine l’efficacité d’un enseignement basé principalement sur l’approche lexicale (lexical approach) (Lewis, 1993 ; Lewis, 1997), soit sur l’apprentissage de séquences de mots avec des parties variables (chunks) et sur un entraînement régulier àla fluidité (Nation & Meara, 2002), dans le cadre de cours d’allemand langue seconde, destinés à des adultes débutants...

Université de Fribourg

Founding family ownership, stock market returns, and agency problems

Eugster, Nicolas ; Isakov, Dušan

(Working Papers SES ; 490)

This paper explores the relationship between founding family ownership and stock market returns. Using the entire population of non-financial firms listed on the Swiss stock market for 2003–2013, we find that the stock returns of family firms are significantly higher than those of non-family firms after adjusting the returns for different risk factors and firm characteristics. Family firms...

Université de Fribourg

Including covariates in the regression discontinuity design

Frölich, Markus ; Huber, Martin

(Working Papers SES ; 489)

This paper proposes a fully nonparametric kernel method to account for observed covariates in regression discontinuity designs (RDD), which may increase precision of treatment effect estimation. It is shown that conditioning on covariates reduces the asymptotic variance and allows estimating the treatment effect at the rate of one-dimensional nonparametric regression, irrespective of the...

Haute école pédagogique BEJUNE

Réactions des formateurs d'enseignants à un nouveau curriculum scolaire

Giglio, Marcelo ; Matthey, Marie-Paule ; Melfi, Giuseppe

(Recherches)

Les pages de ce livre présentent plusieurs enquêtes et études sur les réactions et actions des enseignants et des formateurs d'enseignants à un changement de curriculum scolaire. Ces études ont été réalisées dans les cantons de Berne (partie francophone), du Jura et de Neuchâtel (Suisse) depuis l'année 2009 jusqu'au début de l'année 2013. (4e de couv.).

Université de Neuchâtel

The Privileged and Useful Migrant: An Evaluation of Changing Policy and Scholarly Approaches Towards High-skilled Migration

Hercog, Metka

(nccr on the move ; 16)

The purpose of this paper has been to examine the position of high-skilled migration within the contemporary migration debate in relation to the wider issue of who and what constitutes skilled migration. The paper reviews policy and scholarly approaches towards high-skilled migration within three main strands of research literature: immigration policy analysis, research on migrationdevelopment...

Université de Neuchâtel

Fast-Tracking Full Citizenship in the Context of the Swiss Integration Stage Model

Kurt, Stéphanie

(nccr on the move ; 15)

In 2014, the Federal Assembly adopted the new Swiss Citizenship Act, which will enter into force on the 1st of January 2018. One of the missions of this Act is to align the pre-conditions for Swiss Citizenship with the Swiss integration stage model, a controversial move by the Federal Assembly that tightens the rules for access to citizenship and consequently narrows the space of cantonal...

Université de Neuchâtel

The Global Race for Talent in Switzerland. How to Explain Migration Policy Liberalisation to Allow International Students Staying after Graduation?

Riaño Alcala, Yvonne ; Lombard, Annique ; Piguet, Etienne

(nccr on the move ; 14)

Since the 1990s, Swiss immigration policies have placed more restrictions on non-EU nationals living and working in Switzerland. However, in 2011, based on the initiative of university professor and parliamentarian Jacques Neirynck, the Swiss Parliament approved a new law facilitating the admission and integration of non-EU nationals with a Swiss university degree. How can this policy openness in...