Inaugurated in 2004, this award - administered by the French Politics Group of the American Political Science Association with the Association Française de Science Politique - is awarded to the best English-language article on French Politics published in a peer-reviewed journal during the previous two years. This year, 301 articles were considered.
The awarded article was published in Politics and Society (march 2010) by Bruno Palier (Centre d'Etudes Européennes) and Kathleen Thelen (Massachusetts Institute of Technology): " Institutionalizing Dualism: Complementarities and Change in France and Germany?".
The following researchers have previously been awarded : Eliza Ferguson (University of New Mexico), James Shields (University of Warwick), David Yost (US Naval Postgraduate School), Elaine Thomas (Bard College)
The CDSP offers online access to national and local elections results from 1965 to nowadays.
Sciences Po has signed a new agreement of cooperation with Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC). More information about this agreement with ADEC.
"As French as Everyone Else? is a timely, unique, and major contribution. Brouard and Tiberj—leading French political science researchers—offer a concise book on the important case of France. Given the relatively large size of the country’s immigrant population and its political and social significance, its study is especially relevant. These scholars examine in depth the cultural, political, and religious attitudes of this very important community. It is one about which little is known, in a scientific sense, until now."
—Michael Lewis-Beck, F. Wendell Miller Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University of Iowa and author of How France Votes, The French Voter: Before and After the 2002 Elections, and French Presidential Elections
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The US Sciences Po Foundation held its inaugural annual gala in New York the 16 June 2011. The guest of honour was Jean-Claude Trichet, President of the European Central Bank.
Science Po alumni living in the US or passing through New York were hosted for an evening at the prestigious Mandarin Oriental Hotel in the centre of Manhattan.
The event was part of Sciences Po’s development campaign “Sciences Po 2013” launched three years ago, which aims to have Sciences Po recognised as one of the very best humanities and social sciences universities in the world. Funds raised by the gala will allow Sciences Po to finance its ambitious program of scholarships, invest in groundbreaking research and offer students and researchers improved facilities and a more appealing campus.
Harvard Law School and Sciences Po Law School (SPLS) have launched a wide-ranging program that includes exchanges of faculty and students, both pre-doctoral and post-doctoral, and co-sponsorship of joint conferences on U.S. and European legal issues.