Favoriser les compétences langagières des enfants des milieux défavorisés : une évaluation expérimentale d'un dispositif d'accompagnement à la lecture parentale, suite (2017)

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Derniers événements de l'axe

 

Les publications de l'axe:

  • Agnès VAN ZANTEN, Amelia LEGAVRE, Engineering access to higher education through higher education fairs LIEPP Working Paper, n° 22, April 2014
  • Nina GUYON, Elise HUILLERY, Choix d’orientation et origine sociale : mesurer et comprendre l’autocensure scolaire LIEPP Report décembre 2014
  • Agnès VAN ZANTEN, Alice OLIVIER, Les stratégies statutaires des établissements d’enseignement supérieur. Une étude des « journées portes ouvertes » , LIEPP Working Paper n°40, novembre 2015
  • Yann ALGAN, Elise HUILLERY, Nina GUYON, Comment lutter contre la violence et le harcèlement à l'école et au collège ? LIEPP Policy Brief n°19, juin 2015
  • Laura Perna, Improving Higher Education of All Students: Lessons from the United States , LIEPP Working Paper n°48, February 2016
  • Nina GUYON, Elise HUILLERY, Biased Aspirations and Social Inequality at School: Evidence from French Teenagers , LIEPP Working Paper, n°44, January 2016
  • Nina GUYON, Elise HUILLERY, Track choice and socioeconomic origin: measuring and explaining academic inhibition , LIEPP Policy Brief n°23, february 2016
  • Carlo BARONE, Antonio SCHIZZEROTTO, Giovanni Maria ABBIATI, Giulia ASSIRELLI, Gender, information barriers and fields of study choice: a field experiment , LIEPP Working Paper, n°63, January 2017
  • Carlo BARONE, Denis FOUGERE, Clément PIN, Social origins, shared book reading and language skills in early childhood LIEPP Working Paper n°93, octobre 2019
  • Carlo BARONE, Denis FOUGERE, Clément PIN, La lecture partagée: un levier pour réduire les inégalités scolaires? LIEPP Policy Brief n°44, septembre 2019
  • Jérôme AUST, Ulrike LEPONT Les LABEX réinventés les appropriations paradoxales d'un instrument d'action publique en biologie LIEPP Policy Brief, n°42, Juin 2019
  • Olivier MONSO, Denis FOUGERE, Pauline GIVORD, Claudine PIRUS Les camarades influencent-ils la réussite et le parcours des élèves? Une revue de littérature sur les effets de pairs dans l'enseignement primaire et secondaire LIEPP Working Paper n°86, Avril 2019
  • Prénom: 
    Anne
    Nom: 
    BORING
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    Bio: 

    Anne Boring is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam, and a research affiliate at Sciences Po (LIEPP & PRESAGE). 

    Her main Research Interests in Economics are :

    • ​Gender in Higher Education and the Labor Market

    She started studying the impact of gender biases and stereotypes in higher education at Sciences Po, within the context of a European-funded research project called Effective Gender Equality in Research and the Academia (EGERA). In several research projects, she has studied the impact of gender stereotypes and biases on student evaluations of teaching, and on students’ higher educational choices. In her current research projects, she is interested in testing and measuring the impact of interventions designed to reduce the impact of gender stereotypes and biases in higher education. She is also interested in understanding how gender stereotypes and biases influence the development of students’ leadership skills and entrepreneurial interests. Finally, she is interested in gender biases in performance evaluations.

    • Trade, Development and Interest Groups

    Anne Boring completed a PhD in economics at the University Paris Dauphine in July 2012, on The Influence of the Pharmaceutical Industry on U.S. Trade Policy. She continues to conduct research on trade and development. 

    Bio [english]: 

    Anne Boring is an Assistant Professor of Economics at Erasmus University Rotterdam, and a research affiliate at Sciences Po (LIEPP & PRESAGE). 

    Her main Research Interests in Economics are :

    • ​Gender in Higher Education and the Labor Market

    She started studying the impact of gender biases and stereotypes in higher education at Sciences Po, within the context of a European-funded research project called Effective Gender Equality in Research and the Academia (EGERA). In several research projects, she has studied the impact of gender stereotypes and biases on student evaluations of teaching, and on students’ higher educational choices. In her current research projects, she is interested in testing and measuring the impact of interventions designed to reduce the impact of gender stereotypes and biases in higher education. She is also interested in understanding how gender stereotypes and biases influence the development of students’ leadership skills and entrepreneurial interests. Finally, she is interested in gender biases in performance evaluations.

    • Trade, Development and Interest Groups

    Anne Boring completed a PhD in economics at the University Paris Dauphine in July 2012, on The Influence of the Pharmaceutical Industry on U.S. Trade Policy. She continues to conduct research on trade and development. 

    Page perso: 
    http://www.anneboring.com/
    Spécialité: 
    économie du genre, discriminations, politiques éducatives
    Spécialité (en): 
    économie du genre, discriminations, politiques éducatives