2016 ATRIP Essay Competition: 3rd place for Natacha Estèves

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Natacha Estèves, Ph.D Candidate at Sciences Po Law School has been awarded third place in the 2016 ATRIP(International association for the advancement of teaching and research in intellectual property) Essay Competition for young researchers in Intellectual Property Law. The competition is sponsored by FICPI (International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys) .

Her essay is entitled « Open Models for Patents: Giving Patents A New Lease on Life ». The competition was opened to young researchers in intellectual property law (postgraduate students and early career researchers).

Natacha is currently preparing a Ph.D. on collaborative and open models in Patents under the supervision of professors Michel Vivant and Mikhail Xifaras at Sciences Po Law School in Paris. She was a guest researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation&Competition in Munich and is currently an assistant lecturer in Public International Law and EU Law at the Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Toulouse. She was also a visiting Ph.D student at CREATe (RCUK Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy) at the University of Glasgow.

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ATRIP Essay Competition 2016 - Announcement of winners

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Panorama des logiciels de gestion bibliographique

Formations organisées par la Bibliothèque de Sciences Po à l'attention des étudiants du master recherche & des doctorants (Mai - Juin 2017)
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La bibliothèque de Sciences Po propose ​ une session de formation "Panorama des logiciels de gestion bibliographique​"  à destination des étudiants Master recherche et doctorants, durant les mois de mai et juin 2017.

Objectif 

A l’issue de cette formation, les stagiaires connaîtront les fonctions de gestion, stockage, importation, aide à la rédaction, sauvegarde et partage des outils de gestion bibliographique et pourront choisir un outil en pondérant les fonctionnalités en fonction de leurs besoins. Les logiciels Zotero et Endnote seront cités et comparés pendant la formation. Une démonstration de ces deux outils sera également réalisée.

Programme 

    • Comment choisir un outil : panorama (accès et hébergement des solutions ; gestion des références ; stockage des documents ; propriétés des interfaces ; import de références ; sauvegarde ; partage)
    • Avantages et limites de Zotero - Avantages et limites d’Endnote - Implémenter un ou des outils 
    • Démonstrations en ligne

Dates et heures :

    • ​30 mai 2017,  de 14h30 à 16h30, salle 510 
    • ​1 juin 2017, de 1​0 h00 à 1​2h00, salle 510
    • ​22 juin 2017, de 10 h à 1 ​2h00, salle 502

​Inscription : 

Pour vous inscrire, envoyez un email à formation.bib@sciencespo.fr en indiquant la (ou les) formation(s) que vous souhaitez suivre.

Lieu

Ecole Doctorale, 199, Bd. St. Germain (salle 511 ou 501)

Intervenantes

Anna Couthures-Idrizi et Noémie Musnik (bibliothécaire​s)

 

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Prochain Facsem 27/04 à 12 h 30

Invités : Marie-Emmanuelle Chessel et Romain Lachat
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La direction scientifique de Sciences Po a le plaisir de vous inviter au FacSem du 27 avril 2017 de 12h30 à 14h30 au cours duquel :

Marie-Emmanuelle Chessel, Directrice de recherche CNRS au Centre de sociologie des organisations (CSO)Marie-Emmanuelle Chessel, Directrice de recherche CNRS au Centre de sociologie des organisations (CSO), présentera ses recherches autour du thème :

"Le patron et l’évêque. Une histoire du Centre Français du Patronat Chrétien dans le second XXe siècle"

 

 

 

 

Romain Lachat, Assistant Professor et chercheur au Centre d'études politiques (CEVIPOF)Romain Lachat, Assistant Professor et chercheur au Centre d'études politiques (CEVIPOF), présentera ses travaux autour du thème :

"An associational model of voting choice: How party strategies influence voters' decision criteria"

 

 

 

 

Le FacSem se tiendra en salle du Conseil, 5ème étage, 13 rue de l'Université. 75007 Paris.

Une collation sera servie aux personnes ayant confirmé leur présence avant le 25 avril à marina.abelskaiagraziani@sciencespo.fr.

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Dividends of Development:

Securities Markets in the History of US Capitalism, 1866–1922. Guest speaker: Mary O'SULLIVAN, University of Geneva - Friday 21 April 2017 12:50 – 14 :30
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Guest speaker: Mary A. O'Sullivan, University of Geneva

Discussant: Claire Lemercier, CSO/CNRS

Seminar organized jointly with the OSC.

Salle du Conseil, 13, rue de l‘Université 75007 Paris

Mary A. O'Sullivan, Professor of Economic History at the University of GenevaMary A. O'Sullivan is a Professor of Economic History at the University of Geneva. She is interested in the comparative history of capitalism and economic development with a particular focus on enterprises, industries and financial institutions. She is the author of Dividends of Development: Fits and Starts in the History of U.S. Securities Markets, 1866-1922, (Oxford University Press, 2016); Contests for Corporate Control: Corporate Governance and Economic Performance in the United States and Germany (Oxford University Press, 2000); and co-editor of the book Corporate Governance and Sustainable Prosperity (Macmillan, 2002). Her recent articles include "A Fine Failure: Relationship Lending, Moses Taylor, and the Joliet Iron & Steel Company, 1869–1888" in Business History Review (Winter 2014), which was awarded the 2014 Henrietta Larson Award for the best article in that journal, and "Yankee Doodle went to London: Anglo-American Breweries & the London Securities Market, 1888-1892" in Economic History Review (August 2015). She earned her Ph.D. in business economics at Harvard University, an MBA from Harvard Business School, and a Bachelor of Commerce from University College Dublin. She is working on a new project called ‘A Blind Spot in the History of Capitalism: The Shifting Roles of Capital’. 

Claire Lemercier, CNRS research professor of history and a member of the Center for the Sociology of OrganizationsClaire Lemercier is a CNRS research professor of history and a member of the Center for the Sociology of Organizations. Primarily a specialist of 19th-century France, she is interested in relationships between the state, firms, laws, and the market. Using quantitative as well as qualitative methods, she is currently involved in research projects about the largest French firms and their directors and CEOs in the late 19th to early 21st centuries (with Pierre François), apprenticeship in 18th- and 19th-century France (with Clare H. Crowston and Steven L. Kaplan), and the alleged disembedding of commercial relations from the 18th to the 19th centuries (with, among others, Arnaud Bartolomei and Veronica A. Santarosa).

 

 

Please make sure to register before April 19, 2017, with: accueil.cso@sciencespo.fr

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Testez les "Oxford bibliographies" !

Des bibliographies commentées et organisées en science politique, relations internationales, études africaines...
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En test tout le mois d'avril.

http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/

 

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