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Nicolas Leron obtient le Prix de Thèse Pierre PFLIMLIN
Un accessit a été délivré à Monsieur Nicolas LERON pour son travail intitulé "La gouvernance constitutionnelle des juges", une thèse en science politique soutenue le 29 janvier 2014 à Sciences Po.
Abdelkarim Amengay obtient la prestigieuse bourse d’études supérieures du Canada Joseph-Armand-Bomb
Cette bourse d’une valeur de 75.000 euros sur trois ans, vise à développer les compétences en recherche en appuyant les étudiant.e.s qui ont obtenu d’excellents résultats dans leurs études de premier et de deuxième cycles en sciences humaines et qui démontrent un excellent potentiel en recherche.
Thomas Aguilera, multi-primé
En anglais : In 2016, Thomas Aguilera got three Awards for his PhD Dissertation. His dissertation had been written under the supervision of Prof. Patrick Le Galès at Sciences Po – Centre d’études européennes (defended in June 2015). The dissertation was about the government of informal housing (squats and slums) in Paris and Madrid Regions since the 1950s and has been qualified in political science, sociology and urban planning in February 2016. More generally Aguilera’s research interests include public policies, social movements, urban governance and housing issues in Europe (France, Spain, UK) in a comparative perspective. He was PhD Students at Sciences Po Paris (2010-2013), Junior Lecturer at Sciences Po Toulouse (2013-2015) and he is now Lecturer at Sciences Po Rennes.
- The first Prize has been awarded by Dalloz Publisher that will integrally publish Aguilera’s Dissertation in a book. Each year Dalloz Publisher rewards the three best Political science French PhD Dissertations. His book will be published in Spring 2017.
- The second Prize has been awarded by “Fondation pour la recherche Caritas”, Institut de France and the think tank « Pour la Solidarité ». It supports academic works that contribute to a better understanding of discriminations, inequalities and poverty and that also emphasize ways to struggle against discrimination, new forms of solidarities and suggests actions for professionals and/or activists.
- The third Prize – “Prix special de thèse sur la ville” - is awarded by the PUCA (Plan Urbanisme Construction Architecture) – APERAU – Institut CDC pour la recherche/Caisse des Dépôts. It rewards PhD Dissertations that deal with urban issues and urban policies. It aims at promoting academic research and reinforcing the links with professionals in the field of urban planning.
Lisa Kastner Receives PADEMIA Research Award
En anglais : Lisa Kastner received the 2016 PADEMIA Research Award for her dissertation Restraining Regulatory Capture: An Empirical Examination of the Power of Weak Interests in Financial Reforms in which she examines the role of civil society in the governance of finance after the financial crisis in 2008. The award was presented to Kastner on May 19, 2016, at the PADEMIA annual conference in Brussels. PADEMIA is a Europe-wide network of academic institutions that promotes research and teaching on parliamentary democracy in Europe. It confers its Research Awards to scholars whose excellent work in the field of European integration has contributed substantially to the state of the art of research in this field. From 2012–2015, Lisa Kastner was a doctoral student in the cotutelle program offered jointly by Sciences Po, Paris, and the MPIfG in Cologne. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher at MaxPo, Paris.