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Hazal Atay, The Conversation
Georges E. Marcus, Nicholas A. Valentino,Pavlos Vasilopoulos, & Martial Foucault, Political Psychology
Hazal Atay , The Conversation
Discussion Paper with Yann Algan, Elizabeth Beasley, Daniel Cohen et Martial Foucault Centre for Economic Policy Research
2nd IAST-Sciences Po Paris conference on political economy and political science, Toulouse, France, July 5–6, 2018
WAPOR 71st Annual Conference 27-30 June 2018 in Marrakesh, Morocco
With Martial Foucault, Pavlos Vasilopoulos on What Led to Support for the Front National n the 2017 French election? – Testing Old and New Explanations. Read the abstract
"Explaining Gender Gaps in Legislative Committees"
"The road to anomie: the rise and decline of public service unions in France"
This article attempts to demonstrate that public service industrial relations in France are closely linked to a historical model that has its roots in the construction of the Republican system as early as 1880...by Luc Rouban in the Labor History. read the article (PDF, 1,16Mo)
"How terrorism affects political attitudes: France in the aftermath of the 2015–2016 attacks"
"NATIONALISM AND THE MARKET" 21-22 juin 2018
International Conference organized by CEVIPOF LinX and CEMAS. (For more information)
"Does Unbundling Policy Authority improve Accountability?"
Article by Dimitri Landa, et Patrick Le Bihan published in The journal of Poltics. Read the Article (PDF, 751 Ko)
"Which way from left to right?"
The relation between voters’ issue preferences and left–right orientation by Romain Lachat To read in IPSR Journal
"Authoritarianism and political choice in France"
By Pavlos Vasilopoulos & Romain Lachat, published in Acta Politica
Authoritarianism is a key concept in personality psychology, with a strong impact on political behavior in the United States. Yet, it has rarely been included in studies of political behavior in Europe. ....Read the full Article (PDF, 520Ko)
2017 Wilson Award
For the best paper at the 2016 APSA
Pavlos Vasilopoulos and Martial Foucault together with George E. Marcus (Williams College) and Nicholas Valentino (University of Michigan) have received the 2017 Wilson Award for Best Paper Presented at the 2016 American Political Science Association (APSA) prize over their article Fear, Anger and Voting for the Far right: Evidence from the November 13 Paris Terror Attacks