LIEPP Methodological Seminar

Session 10: May 9th, 2019 (12:30 - 14:30)
  • Actualité Sciences PoActualité Sciences Po

 [language: English]

The Laboratory for interdisciplinary evaluation of public policies (LIEPP) proposes a new initiative: a series of brown bag seminars to discuss methodological issues in an interdisciplinary setting. We seek researchers and doctoral students happy to present and discuss a working paper presenting and discussing substantive methodological issues, i.e. technical problems, coding or measurement issues, link between theory and measurement, etc.

Atelier de méthodes de Sciences Po

February 12th 14:30-17:30
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 LIEPP is happu to host Sciences Po's Methods Workshop, METAT, for it's second session of the year:

February 12th from 14:30 to 17:30

salle du LIEPP (254, boulevard Saint Germain)

Call for Paper

LIEPP Brown Bag Methodological Seminar
  • Actualité Sciences PoActualité Sciences Po

 

The Laboratory for interdisciplinary evaluation of public policies (LIEPP) proposes a new initiative: a series of brown bag seminars to discuss methodological issues in an interdisciplinary setting. We seek researchers and doctoral students happy to present and discuss a working paper presenting and discussing substantive methodological issues, i.e. technical problems, coding or measurement issues, link between theory and measurement, etc.

Rationality and addictive behaviour

Interdisciplinary insights
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Health economics professor Jody Sindelar, from Yale University, was visiting at LIEPP in September 2014. She gave a seminar entitled “Using behavioral economics to change behavior. Sociologist Henri Bergeron, co-director of LIEPP “health policy research group”, led the discussion following the seminar.

Tax cuts or social investment?

Evaluating the opportunity cost of French employment strategy
  • DRDR

Working Paper n°31, by Clément Carbonnier, Bruno Palier et Michaël Zemmour (socio-fiscal research group) 

 

Abstract: 

Capital is not back

O. Bonnet, P-H Bono, G. Chapelle et E. Wasmer on Vox
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After publishing a LIEPP Working Paper in April, 2014, Odran Bonnet, Pierre-Henri Bono, Guillaume Chapelle and Étienne Wasmer publish an article on Vox website: "Capital is not back: A comment on Thomas Piketty’s ‘Capital in the 21st Century’."