LIEPP Partners

LIEPP is based on four founding centers: the Centre d'Études Européennes; (CEE), the Department of Economics, the Centre for the Sociology of Organisations (CSO) and the Centre for Studies in Social Change (OSC). The directors of these units are part of LIEPP's Scientific Council.

Besides its academic founding centers, LIEPP has established several partnerships with other organizations:

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The Foundation de France calls on a LIEPP team, led by Daniel Benamouzig and Henri Bergeron to investigate the role of private philanthropy in the health sector. More information.

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LIEPP receives a financial support from the 'Fonds d'Expérimentation pour la Jeunesse' (FEJ, the Experimental Youth-Development Fund) to conduct a multiannual assessment of mediation schemes against violence and harassment in high school and of the prevalence of violence in middle school. More information

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The 'Direction de l'évaluation, de la prospective et de la performance', (DEPP) part of the 'Ministère de l'éducation nationale', is another supporter of LIEPP, which tasked it to carry the "Stereotypes, self-censorship and academic success" project. This project studies the negative effects of stereotypes associated with disadvantaged social classes on students' success in school. More information.

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LIEPP also benefited from the financial support of the OECD for the creation of a report about the pros and cons of a single contract of employment and its ability to reduce dualism in the labour market. Read the report and the Policy Brief (in french).

Furthermore, LIEPP is a partner of the audit firm KPMG and the consulting firm Euréval, in an evaluation project requested by the French National Assembly. In this context, LIEPP researchers regularly assess French public policies in three main areas: economic policy, taxation and sustainable development (batch 1); social policy, including employment, cultural and educational dimensions (batch 2); sovereignty policies (administration of justice, security policies, foreign policies or dealing with issues of governance by the state, local governments, public institutions or other bodies of public service) (batch 3).

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As part of batch 2, LIEPP led an ongoing study of family policies in Europe; the study was conducted in partnership with the French Observatory of Economic Conditions (OFCE) under the direction of Hélène Périvier.

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LIEPP works with the Société du Grand Paris on two large-scale projects: the first evaluates the effects of transport policies on international companies’ location, and the second focuses on the impact of Grand Paris Express on real estate. These studies are directed by Pierre-Henri Bono.

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The Mission Interministérielle de Lutte contre les Drogues et les Conduites Addictives (MILDECA) has asked LIEPP for an evaluation of its actions as a coordinator of the framework for the French government 2013-2017 plan to fight drugs and addictions. LIEPP’s research team is led by Louise Lartigot-Hervier, under the scientific supervision of Henri Bergeron (CNRS/CSO) and Patrick Hassenteufel (UVSQ). More information

In partnership with France Stratégie, LIEPP conducts an interdisciplinary evaluation of the Tax Credit for the Competitiveness and the Employment project (Crédit d'impôt pour la compétitivité et l'emploi /CICE) and the potential obstacles of its implementation. This ex-post evaluation mobilizes an interdisciplinary research team and various methodological tools. Along with qualitative study aimed at understanding the determinants of recourse to the tax credit and the reasons of its use, the LIEPP undertakes an ex-post evaluation of the CICEs effects with regards to employment and the wage structure. More information.

In association with Reporters without Borders (RSF), LIEPP launched a research project looking at: “Who Owns the Media? Capital, Governance and Independence”. This study, led by Julia Cagé and Etienne Fize, aims to examine the governance and ownership structures of the general media in developed countries. In the project's first stage, it will cover the ownership structure of the entire media universe in France. This study will then be enlarged to cover all OECD countries starting with a group of six countries: France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States. The study will focus on two main aspects: “Who owns the capital of the media?” and “Who holds control and voting rights in media organizations?”. More information

LIEPP works with the ‘Ecole Nationale Supérieur de Sécurité Sociale’ (EN3S) on a project entitled: “Redistributive Impact of the Socio-Fiscal Models of Social Welfare: An International Comparative Analysis". This project, led by Michaël Zemmour, is based on empirical data to analyze the contribution of the tax system structure, the shape and the volume of social benefits to reduce inequalities. This study will present an international comparison of social welfare models and reveal the characteristics of various redistributive patterns. More information.

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LIEPP and the Urban School of Sciences Po are working together with Crédit Foncier de France to study property ownership policies. More specifically, this study focuses on the following questions: What are the conditions for home ownership in Europe and how have they evolved over the past 40 years? How can we explain the distribution of home occupancy patterns and the profile of home buyers? What has been the impact of economic and political circumstances related to interest rates, the 2008 economic crisis more broadly the Eastern European transition? What are the economic dynamics and the logic of property market actors in France and in Europe? The aim of the study is to learn from the French case by understanding the positive and negative impacts of certain policies. The research will be conducted until 2019 within the framework of sponsorship agreement signed with the Crédit Foncier de France. More information