Roland Guillon

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Roland Guillon is a French sociologist,[1] known for his work in the areas of employment and capital. He is also known for his innovative approach to jazz.[2]

He is a research engineer at the centre of economics and ethics of environment and development of the Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. As a specialist in employment and training, he performed several missions in West Africa.[3]

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