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- Liepp News : The Technical Competence of Economic Policy-Makers
- Liepp News : Ecole d'été
- Liepp News : Politiques sociales et formation
- Liepp News : Revue de presse
- Liepp News : Les circuits de scolarisation
- Liepp News : Treatment for ADHD & child outcomes
- Liepp News : LIEPP appel à candidatures
- Liepp News : Too old to work, too young to retire?
- Liepp News : Beyond Markets
- Liepp News : Paola Mattei
- Liepp News : Note du CAE sur l'évaluation
- Liepp News : Etudiants des milieux populaires & enseignement supérieur
- Liepp News : Resistance to Corporate Diversity Training
- Liepp News : Job Search & Unemployment Insurance
- Liepp News : Giovanni Laino
- Liepp News : Engagés pour l’accessibilité
- Liepp News : Rudolf Winter-Ebmer
The LIEPP (Interdisciplinary Research Center for the Evaluation of Public Policies) has been selected by an international scientific jury as a "Laboratoire d'excellence" (Labex) that will be financed for the next 10 years by the French government. It aims to play a major role in evaluating various aspects of public policy for several years through an innovative method based on multidisciplinarity and comparison of qualitative, comparative, and quantitative analysis of the same policy.
The projet brings together more than fifty researchers from Sciences Po, who belong to four research units of Sciences Po: the Centre d'études européennes (CEE), the Centre for Sociology of Organizations (CSO), the Department of Economics and the Center for Studies in Social Change (OSC) as well as researchers in Law and History. Some scholars from other universities are also involved and the LIEPP benefits from programs of international cooperation of its founding research centers.
Selection filters allow you to sort through members of the LIEPP and their publications by public policy area, their centers of affiliation and by discipline.
Our research themes are also sortable by associated members or a list of publications in each theme.
Among our 15 research themes are:
• Crime, Criminal Policies, Security
• Development Economics
• Economic Policies (fiscal, finance)
• Education, Higher Education
• Labour Policies
• Male-Female Parity, Inequality and Discrimination
• Methodology and Experimentation
• Social and Fiscal Policies
• Vote and Public Policies
Etienne Wasmer et al.Quoc-Anh Do et al.Jean-Marc Robin et al.
Emiliano Grossman, Nicolas SaugerThierry Mayer, Florian Mayneris, Loriane PyGilbert Cette, Etienne Wasmer
Chiara SaracenoYannis Papadopoulos