Journée d'étude doctorale

12 janvier 2016
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Journée d’étude doctorale

de l’axe « Discriminations et inégalités sociales » du LIEPP

 

Mardi 12 janvier 2016

Salle Goguel 

27 rue Saint Guillaume - 75007 Paris

 

Organisée par Morgane Laouenan (LIEPP/CNRS), Anne Revillard (LIEPP/OSC) et Mirna Safi (OSC). 

Le 12 janvier, le Laboratoire interdisciplinaire d'évaluation des politiques publiques (LIEPP) organise une journée d'étude interdisciplinaire ouvertes à tous les doctorants de Sciences Po intéressés par les questions de Discriminations et d'inégalités. Le programme est en pièce jointe et les étudiants sont invités à s'inscrire en utilisant le formulaire suivant: http://bit.ly/JE-Discri 

Urban economics seminar: P. Cheshire & J-C Prager

Dec.18, 2015
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Urban economics seminar: Session 8

Friday December 18, 2015

12:30-14:30

Room H402 

Sciences Po, 28 rue des Saints-Pères, 75007 Paris

Attendance is free, open untill full.
Interested participants should register on this link

 

 Speakers:

 

Paul Cheshire 
(Emeritus Professor of Economic Geography, LSE)

Presentation title: "Iconic Design" as Deadweight loss: Rent acquisition by design in the constrained London office Market", joint paper with Gerard Dericks (University of Oxford & SERC-LSE) 

 

An economist by training, Paul Cheshire is Emeritus Professor of Economic Geography at LSE. He is also an elected Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences and of the Weimer School. He has been Professor of Urban Economics at the University of Reading.

He has a strong interest in policy analysis and policy related fields like urban development, housing and land markets. His most recent book is Urban Economics and Urban Policy: Challenging Conventional Policy Wisdom, Edward Elgar (2014) together with Henry Overman and Max Nathan.

 

 

Jean-Claude Prager  
(Director of Economic Studies - Société du Grand Paris) 

Presentation title: "Les enjeux économiques du Grand Paris Express", Revue  de l'OFCE , n°143 , Novembre 2015  

 

 

 


Quality of Government & Development Policy

w/ Bo Rothstein, Nov. 18, 2015
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Quality of Government and Development Policy

Professor Bo Rothstein

Wednesday 18 November 2015

15:45 welcome coffee

16h00-18h00 

Room Lavau
Sciences Po, 98 rue de l'Université, 75007 Paris

Please Note: Only registered attendees will be allowed into Sciences Po.
Your name will be verified at the entrance and you must show a valid form of identification.

Entrance is free with limited seating.

Please register here to confirm your attendance

LIEPP seminar, organised by the “Evaluation of Democracy” Research Group

Bo Rothstein holds the August Röhss Chair in Political Science at the University of Gothenburg and is co-founder and head of the Quality of Government Institute. He has been a visiting scholar at the Russell Safe Foundation, Collegium Budapest for Advanced Study, Harvard University, University of Washington-Seattle, Cornell University, Stellenbosch Institute for Advanced Study, the Australian National University and Stanford University. His recent books are The Quality of Government: Corruption, Inequality and Social Trust in International Perspective (University of Chicago Press 2011) and the co-edited volume Good Government: The Relevance of Political Science (Edward Elgar 2012). Since 2012 he is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From January 2016 he will take up a new position as Professor in Government and Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government and Professorial Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford University.

His presentation will discuss a recently published report titled "Quality of Government and Development Policy" that covers research conducted by Professor Rothstein and Marcus Tanneberg of the Quality of Government Institute for the Swedish Government's Expert Group for Aid Studies. His presentation will be discussed by two members of LIEPP's Evaluation of Democracy Research Group, Co-Director Emiliano Grossman (Sciences Po, CEE/LIEPP) and Assistant Professor Quoc-Anh Do (Sciences Po, Dept. of Economics/LIEPP)

Bo Rothstein

Bo ROTHSTEIN

August Röhss Chair in Political Science at the University of Gothenburg and Head of the Quality of Government Institute 

"Quality of Government and Development Policy"

 

Discussion by:

Emiliano GROSSMAN

Associate Research Professor in Political Science at Sciences Po-CEE and Co-Director of the LIEPP "Evaluation of Democracy" Research Group.

Quoc-Anh DO

Associate Professor of Economics, Sciences Po-Department of Economics/LIEPP and member of the LIEPP "Evaluation of Democracy" Research Group.

Kimberly Morgan (Washington U.)

Nov. 2-13, 2015
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Cancelled session: Urban economics seminar: J. Friggit & P. Reichlin

Nov. 20, 2015
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ATTENTION: Due to a last minute impediment, this session is unfotunately cancelled. 

 Urban economics seminar: Session 7

Friday November 20, 2015

12:30-14:30

Room H405
Sciences Po, 28 rue des Saints-Pères, 75007 Paris

Attendance is free, open untill full.
Interested participants should register on this link

 

Chair: Etienne Wasmer (Sciences Po / LIEPP)


Speakers:

Jacques Friggit

Member of the General Council of Sustainable Development, a specialist in housing prices over the long term (for more information, click here).  

Presentation title: "Dix énigmes à propos du prix des logements"


Pietro Reichlin, LUISS G. Carli (Rome)

Pietro Reichlin is a Research Fellow at CEPR (London). He has been Pro-Rector for Research at LUISS from 2011 to 2012 and professor of economics at universities of Naples, Chieti, Rome La Sapienza before LUISS.

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 Paper title: "The Housing cost disease"

 

 


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