Associated Researcher in Political Science, CEE/LIEPP

Political science

Bio :

Tom Chevalier is currently a teaching assistant at University of Paris II Panthéon Assas and affiliated researcher at CEE and LIEPP Sciences Po. He defended his thesis in Political Science in 2015, entitled "L’Etat social et les jeunes en Europe. Analyse comparée des politiques de citoyenneté socioéconomique des jeunes (Social State and Youth in Europe. Comparative Analysis of Youth's Socioeonomic Citizenship Policies". He has also published a book in 2012 "L’Etat-providence et les jeunes / Welfare State and Youth" produced by Harmattan, and in 2016 an article namely "Varieties of youth welfare citizenship. Towards a two-dimension typology", for which, he recieved the Doctoral Researcher Prize granted by European network of Socioal Policies Analysis ESPAnet and the Journal of European Social Policy, also an article entitled "Citoyennetés socio-économiques des jeunes et stratégies de croissance: Suède, Allemagne, Royaume-Uni, France/Socioeconomic Citizenship of Youth and Growth Strategies: Sweden, German, United Kingdom, France" in Revue française des affaires sociales. He was also a visiting researcher in Oxford University in 2012-2013 as well as in Max Planck Institute in Cologne in 2014. In 2015, he participated as an expert in social affaires and health section in the Economic, Social & Environment Council where he published "Sécuriser les parcours d'insertion des jeunes / Securing Youth Employment". His main research interests focus on public policies (social policies, educational policies, employment policies) towards European Youth.