Les défis éthiques et professionnels de l’évaluation

Séminaire avec Steve Jacob, 28 mars 2017, 12h30-14h00
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Les défis éthiques et professionnels de l’évaluation

Le LIEPP a le plaisir de vous convier au séminaire avec Steve Jacob :

Mardi 28 mars 2017, 12h30 - 14h00

Salle de séminaire du LIEPP

au 254 bvd Saint-Germain, 75007 Paris

Entrée libre dans la limite des places disponibles

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Steve Jacob (Université Laval, Canada)

Steve Jacob est professeur titulaire et directeur du Centre d’analyse des politiques publiques (CAPP) et du laboratoire de recherche sur la performance et l’évaluation de l’action publique (PerfEval). Il enseigne la science politique à l’Université Laval à Québec et dans plusieurs universités étrangères. Il mène des recherches sur les processus de modernisation de l’administration, l’éthique publique et les dispositifs d’évaluation et de gestion de la performance. 

 

Résumé :

Les témoignages des évaluateurs font régulièrement état de problèmes éthiques qui surgissent au cours d’un mandat d’évaluation et qui peuvent en compromettre l’issue. S’interroger sur l’éthique, c’est réfléchir aux limites de l’évaluation en tant que profession émergente. Concrètement, cela soulève la question de la « bonne conduite » à adopter et de l’intégrité qui peuvent être tributaires de la personnalité de l’évaluateur, de la nature des organisations ou du contexte particulier dans lequel se déroule l’évaluation.

Appel à candidature: contrat doctoral au LIEPP 2017

Date limite 16 mai 2017
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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS

Doctoral Fellowship

at the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies (LIEPP)

Application deadline: May 16th 2017

 

The Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies (LIEPP) invites applications for doctoral positions. The recipients of the PhD fellowship will be formally enrolled through the doctoral programs of Sciences Po in Economics, Sociology or Political Science.

As an interdisciplinary project, LIEPP welcomes applications for doctoral positions in economics, sociology or political science, as long as the thesis projects are linked to the LIEPP’s research agenda on Public Policy Evaluation. We invite applications from a wide range of fields, including educational policies, fiscal policies, employment policies, social policies, housing & urban policies, higher education, public health policies, the public perceptions of policies, and methodology of policy evaluation including big data analysis.

Eligibility: We are seeking strong candidates open to interdisciplinary dialogue. The candidate will hold a master’s degree (or equivalent) with a strong research component and have received at least some training in one or more of these disciplines: economics, sociology and political science. S/he must have a good command of quantitative and/or qualitative methods. There is no nationality requirement; however a firm command of English is required. Please note that there is a double acceptance criterion: students should be accepted by both the Doctoral School of Sciences Po (application link below) and LIEPP’s scientific committee. 

Fellowship amount: 1758€ gross / month; 3-year contract starting in September 2017.

LIEPP application procedure

- CV/resume; 

- transcript of records;

- cover letter in English, briefly describing your intellectual trajectory so far and your interest with the LIEPP’s project (2 pages maximum);

- thesis project in English (7,500 words maximum);

- abstract summarizing the thesis project (250 words maximum);

- writing sample (article, thesis, term paper, ...);

- if possible, we strongly encourage you to obtain one or two letters of recommendation.

Please email the complete file to liepp@sciencespo.fr by the deadline of May 16th 2017 (please write “LIEPP PhD positions 2017” in the subject line). Incomplete files will not be considered. Shortlisted candidates may be invited for an interview.

Please note that there is a double acceptance criterion. Only candidates who have also applied for admission through the online procedure of the Doctoral School of Sciences Po (in Economics, Sociology or Political Science) and have been selected will be considered.  

All candidates will be informed about the final decision at the end of June.

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Impromptu : débat autour du livre "Pourquoi détestons-nous autant nos politiques"

Séminaire co-organisé LIEPP-Maxpo-CEE, 22 mars 2017 16h30-18h00
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Le LIEPPle MaxPo et le CEE organisent un événement “Impromptu” : un débat autour du livre d'Emiliano Grossman et Nicolas Sauger, “Pourquoi détestons-nous autant nos politiques ?

Mercredi 22 mars 2017, 16h30 - 18h00

Salle de séminaire du LIEPP

1er étage, 254 boulevard Saint-Germain, 75007 Paris

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Discutants : 

  • Anne Levade (Professeure de droit public à l'Université Paris Est)
  • Gérard Grunberg (Directeur de recherche au CNRS émérite, Centre d'études européennes-Sciences Po)

 

 

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The End of Social Europe?

Understanding Social Policy Change in the EU
Séminaire avec Paolo Graziano, 23 mars 2017, 12h30-14h30
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Seminar with Paolo Graziano:

The End of Social Europe ?

LIEPP is glad to invite you to attend the seminar held on:

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

LIEPP Seminar Room

1st floor, 254 boulevard Saint-Germain, 75007 Paris

Free entry with limited seating (Sandwich lunch will be offered)

Please click on this link to register

 

Paolo Graziano

Paolo Graziano is Professor of Political Science at the University of Padova and Associate Fellow at the European Social Observatory in Brussels. He has published and edited several volumes and special issues on topics such as Europeanization, welfare state politics, European social policy, political consumerism, European governance.

His work has appeared in the following journals, among others: Comparative European Politics, Mediterranean Politics, European Journal for Political Research, European Political Science, Regional and Federal Studies, Social Policy and Administration, Governance, Global Social Policy, Italian Review of Political Science, International Political Science Review, Journal of European Social Policy, Journal of Social Policy, International Journal of Social Welfare, The Annals of the America Academy of Political and Social Science.

Abstract of the paper

Drawing on Easton’s political system approach we identify the 2004, 2009 and 2014 European elections and the financial and economic crisis as inputs to the EU political system. On the output side, social policy has been substantially removed from the priorities of the EU political agenda already prior to the crisis. To understand this discrepancy between input and output we ask if and how inputs have altered power relationships among core actors in the system. We argue that although crisis-generated demand could have predicted European social policies becoming more relevant in order to cope with the crisis, support in form of election results empowered actors interested in deepening economic integration and austerity policies.  We present new empirical data contributing to this argument from different perspectives and sources.