LIEPP Graduate Student Seminar

LIEPP Graduate Student Seminar 2016-2017


Coordinated by : Nathalie Morel and Anne Revillard
Email:nathalie.morel@sciencespo.franne.revillard@sciencespo.fr

 

 

The LIEPP Graduate Student Seminar is open to all Sciences Po doctoral students with an interest in interdisciplinary dialogue and/or policy evaluation. The main aim of the seminar is to provide support for graduate student research and professional development. The seminar is also conceived as a way to increase interdisciplinary dialogue between researchers (doctoral students or senior researchers) whose works cover public policy dimension, regardless the methodology that they use and the discipline background of the researchers (Sociology, Economics, Politics, ...). The seminar provides opportunities for all involved researchers to get closer knowledge of the various research fields within LIEPP, creating opportunities for informal exchange, as well as formal collaboration. The seminar is based on student presentations of their on-going research, followed by an open discussion and faculty feedback. Furthermore, the seminar includes regular presentations by faculty members on topics related to graduate student professional development: preparing for the job market, writing a conference paper/preparing a conference presentation, submitting a paper to an academic journal, etc.

 

The seminar will be held from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm (sandwich lunch is provided) in LIEPP's Seminar Room (254 boulevard St Germain ; Press the button P, then ring the bell on the right of the entrance door. LIEPP is at the first floor, press the bell to enter).

 

Temporary Schedule for 2016-2017 season :

 

Monday October 17th 2016: Seminar Introduction and Organisation   

 

Monday November 7th 2016: cancelled

 

Monday November 21st 2016 : 

  • Sophie Cetre (Dept. of Economics) : "Inégalités de revenus et bien-être : quel est le bon groupe de référence ?"
  • Paul Vertier (Dept. of Economics) : "Dynasties and the Political Budget Cycle" (with Gianmarco Daniele)

Monday December 12th 2016 (11 am - 1 pm) :

  • Pierre Cotterlaz (Dept. of Economics): (Eureka Programme
  • Camille Allé (CEE/LIEPP): Presentation of Thesis Defense 

Monday January 9th 2017 : 

  • Quentin Ramond (OSC/LIEPP) : "Quelle place pour les classes moyennes dans les politiques du logement ? Analyse localisée de trois contextes en proche banlieue parisienne"

Monday January 23rd 2017 : Cancelled (More information to come)

  • Guillaume Chapelle (Dept. of Economics/LIEPP): ("Impact de la loi Scellier sur le parc locatif")
  • Clément Carbonnier or Michaël Zemmour

Monday February 6th 2017 :

  • Eduardo Ciscato (Dept. of Economics/LIEPP) : "The Impact of Unemployment Risk on Marriage and Divorce Choices"
  • Guillaume Chapelle & Jean-Benoit  Eymeoud (Dept. of Economics/LIEPP) : "L'élasticité prix du marché du logement"

Monday February 20th 2017 : 

  • Julien Pascal (Dept. of Economics) : ("l’entreprise vue par les économistes") 
  • Scott Viallet-Thévenin, Sebastian Billows and Hadrien Coutan (CSO) : ("l’entreprise une approche sociologique")

Monday March 6th 2017 : 

  • Emanuele Ferragina (OSC/LIEPP) : "Family Policy and Women’s Employment in High-Income Countries: A systematic review of what we know and what we don’t"
  • Michaël Zemmour (CLERSE and LIEPP): "Fiscal welfare in Europe: a state of the art"

Monday March 20th 2017 :

  • Anne Moyal (CSO/LIEPP) :  "Pratique et rôle des consultants dans la fabrique des politiques publiques de santé en France : Le cas des Maisons de Santé Pluri-professionnelles"
  • Audrey Harroche (CSO) : "Les Initiatives d'excellences, "faire faire" la réforme des universités"

Monday April 3rd 2017 : 

  • Presentation by Sonja Avlijas
  • Presentation by Médialab (to be confirmed)

Monday April 24th 2017 : more information to come

 

 

LIEPP Graduate Student Seminar 2015-2016


Coordinated by Nathalie Morel and Anne Revillard
Email: nathalie.morel@sciencespo.fr; anne.revillard@sciencespo.fr

 

 

The LIEPP Graduate Student Seminar is open to all Sciences Po doctoral students with an interest in interdisciplinary dialogue and/or policy evaluation. The main aim of the seminar is to provide support for graduate student research and professional development. The seminar is also conceived as a way to increase interdisciplinary dialogue between researchers (doctoral students or senior researchers) whose works cover public policy dimension, regardless the methodology that they use and the discipline background of the researchers (Sociology, Economics, Politics, ...). The seminar provides opportunities for all involved researchers to get closer knowledge of the various research fields within LIEPP, creating opportunities for informal exchange, as well as formal collaboration. The seminar is based on student presentations of their on-going research, followed by an open discussion and faculty feedback. Furthermore, the seminar includes regular presentations by faculty members on topics related to graduate student professional development: preparing for the job market, writing a conference paper/preparing a conference presentation, submitting a paper to an academic journal, etc. 

 

18 two-hour sessions are planned for 2015-2016. They are open to all Sciences Po PhD students who are interested in this seminar.  More information on LIEPP's Graduate Student Seminar 2015-2016 programme :

 

Programme for 2015-2016 :

 

November 2, 2015  from 11:00 to 13:00, room H209 (DFC, 28 rue des Saints-Pères):

  • Introduction and organization of the seminar

November 16, 2015 from 11:00 to 13:00, room H205 (DFC, 28 rue des Saints-Pères):   

  • Discussing evaluation practices 

November 30, 2015 from 11:00 to 13:00, room S2 (28 rue des Saints-Pères):

  • Presentations by Tonya Tartour-Sebastien Saetta (co-author) and Martino Comelli 

December 14, 2015 from 11:00 to 13:00, room S2 (28 rue des Saints-Pères): 

  • Presentation by Guillaume Chapelle  

January 11, 2016 from 11:00 to 13:00, room Goguel (56 rue des Saints-Pères):

  • Choosing/Accessing data/the field 

January 25, 2016 from 11:00 to 13:00, room H207 (DFC, 28 rue des Saints-Pères): 

  • Etienne Wasmer: "Towards interdisciplinary policy evaluation"

February 8, 2016 from 11:00 to 13:00, room Goguel (56 rue des Saints-Pères): 

  • Presentations by Camille Allé and Vera Radeva  

February 22, 2016 from 11:00 to 13:00, room tbc 

 

March 7, 2016 from 11:00 to 13:00, room tba :

  • Anne Revillard: "Biographical interviews as a means to study policy reception" 

 

March 21, 2016 from 11:00 to 13:00, room Goguel (56 rue des Saints-Pères) :

  • Pietro Garibaldi (Collegio Carlo Alberto, University of Torino): "Graded Security from Theory to Practice"   

April 4, 2016 from 11:00 to 13:00

 

April 18, 2016 from 11:00 to 13:00

 

 

LIEPP Graduate Student Seminar 2014-2015


Coordinated by Joan Monras

 

The LIEPP Graduate Student Seminar is open to all Sciences Po doctoral students with an interest in interdisciplinary dialogue and/or policy evaluation. The main aim of the seminar is to provide support for graduate student research and professional development. The seminar is also conceived as a way to increase interdisciplinary dialogue between researchers (doctoral students or senior researchers) whose works cover public policy dimension, regardless the methodology that they use and the discipline background of the researchers (Sociology, Economics, Politics, ...). The seminar provides opportunities for all involved researchers to get closer knowledge of the various research fields within LIEPP, creating opportunities for informal exchange, as well as formal collaboration. The seminar is based on student presentations of their on-going research, followed by an open discussion and faculty feedback. Furthermore, the seminar includes regular presentations by faculty members on topics related to graduate student professional development: preparing for the job market, writing a conference paper/preparing a conference presentation, submitting a paper to an academic journal, etc. 

 

Schedule for LIEPP's Graduate Seminar 2014-2015.