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Toutes les publications des chercheures et chercheurs du CEE sont répertoriées dans l'archive ouverte Spire

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Les ouvrages et directions d'ouvrages / Books and Books Directions  (Juillet 2017-2020)

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 Réparer la ville, Sciences Po, école urbaine, SCP URBA 50 ans  BARATIER, Jérôme, and Marco CREMASCHI, eds. Réparer la ville: les workshops du Cycle pour un urbanisme des transitions: Lampedusa, Salonique. Planum Publisher, 2020.  HAY, Colin, Stephen FARRALL, and Emily GRAY. Exploring Political Legacies. Building a Sustainable Political Economy: SPERI Research & Policy. Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.
   FROIO, Caterina, CASTELLI GATTINARA, Pietro, BULLI, Giorgia, et al. CasaPound Italia : Contemporary Extreme-Right Politics. 1st Edition. London: Routledge, 2020. 156 p.    BENOÎT, Cyril. Réguler l’accès aux médicaments. Libres cours Politique. Grenoble : Presses Universitaires de Grenoble, 2020.
   BALME, Richard, CHENG, Jennifer, FUNG, Serrie. Hidden Treasures: A Letter to the Children of Mother's Love. Guangxi: Independently published, 2019. 150 p.   BOULLIER, Dominique. Sociologie du numérique. 2ème ed. Paris : Armand Colin, 2019. 384 p.
  TERSIGNI, Simona, VINCENT-MORY, Claire  and WILLEMS, Marie-Claire. Appartenances in-désirables. Le religieux au prisme de l’ethnicisation et de la racisation. Editions Pétra, 2019.  COURMONT, Antoine, LE GALES Patrick, Gouverner la ville numérique, Paris, PUF, 2019.
   BOULLIER, Dominique, Sociologie du numérique, Paris, Armand Colin, 2019   ROZENBERG, Olivier. The French Parliament and the European Union. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
   BOURGEOIS, Marine. Tris et sélections des populations dans le logement social. Volume 42. Nouvelle bibliothèque de thèses. Paris: Dalloz, 2019.    BAUMGARTNER, Frank, BREUNIG, Christian, GROSSMAN, Emiliano, (eds.). Comparative Policy Agendas : Theory, Tools and Data. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. 432 p.
  AUTHIER, Jean-Yves, BAGGIONI, Vincent, COUSIN, Bruno,  et al, (dir.). D'une ville à l'autre. La comparaison internationale en sociologie urbaine. Paris : Éditions La Découverte, 2019. 272 p. (Recherches).   HAY, Colin et BAILEY, Daniel, (eds.). Diverging Capitalisms : Britain, the City of London and Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. 224 p. (Building a Sustainable Political Economy: SPERI Research & Policy).
   CARBONNIER, Clément et MOREL, Nathalie. Le retour des domestiques. Paris : Editions Seuil. 2018. 106 p.   LASCOUMES, Pierre. Action publique et environnement. 2ème edit. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France, 2018. 128 p. (Que sais-je ?)
   HAY, Colin et SMITH, Andy, (dir.). Dictionnaire d'économie politique : Capitalisme, institutions, pouvoir. Paris : Presses de Sciences Po, 2018. 470 p. (Références).    LASCOUMES, Pierre et NAGELS, Carla. Sociologie des élites délinquantes. Paris : Armand Colin, 2018. 344 p. (U : Sociologie).
   ANDERSSON, Jenny. The future of the world : Futurology, futurists and the struggle for the post Cold War world. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018. 288 p.    ROZENBERG, Olivier et THIERS, Eric, (dir.). Traité d'études parlementaires. Bruxelles : Éditions Bruylant, 2018. 752 p.
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   ROZENBERG, Olivier. Les Députés français et l'Europe : Tristes hémicycles ? Paris : Presses de Sciences Po, 2018. 320 p. (Académique).    LE GALÈS, Patrick et UGALDE, Vicente, (eds.). Gobernando la ciudad de méxico : Lo que se gobierna y lo que no se gobierna en una gran metrópoli. Mexico: El Colegio de México, 2018. 586 p.
   THIEMANN, Matthias. The Growth of Shadow Banking : A Comparative Institutional Analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. 302 p.    MANOW, Philip, PALIER, Bruno, SCHWANDER, Hanna, (eds.). Welfare Democracies and Party Politics : Explaining Electoral Dynamics in Times of Changing Welfare Capitalism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018. 352 p.
   CHAUVIN, Sébastien, CLEGG, Peter, COUSIN, Bruno, (eds.). Euro-Caribbean Societies in the 21st Century : Offshore finance, local élites and contentious politics. Abingdon (UK) & New York: Routledge, 2018. 214 p.    HALPERN, Charlotte, HASSENTEUFEL, Patrick, ZITTOUN, Philippe, (eds.). Policy analysis in France. Series: International Library of Policy Analysis. Bristol: Policy Press, 2018. 352 p.
   LORRAIN, Dominique, HALPERN, Charlotte, CHEVAUCHÉ, Catherine, (dir.). Villes sobres : Nouveaux modèles de gestion des ressources. Paris : Presses de Sciences Po, 2018. 360 p.    GROSSMAN, Emiliano et HEIDENREICH, Felix, (eds.). Konstellationen der Souveränität in Europa. Les constellations de la souveraineté en Europe. Münster: LIT Verlag, 2018. 144 p.
   AVENEL, Cyprien, BOISSON-COHEN, Marine, PALIER, Bruno, et al, (dir.). L'investissement social: quelle stratégie pour la France ? Paris : La Documentation française, 2017. 146 p.    HAY, Colin and HUNT, Tom, (eds.). The Coming Crisis. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. 125 p. (Building a Sustainable Political Economy: SPERI Research & Policy)
   KASTNER, Lisa. Civil Society and Financial Regulation : Consumer Finance Protection and Taxation After the Crisis. London:  Routledge, 2017. (RIPE Series of International Political Economy).    FAWCETT, Paul, FLINDERS, Matthew, HAY, Colin, et al. Anti-Politics, Depoliticization, and Governance. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. 352 p
   PAUGAM, Serge, COUSIN, Bruno, GIORGETTI, Camila,  et al. Ce que les riches pensent des pauvres. Paris : Editions Seuil, 2017. 352 p.   GAMBACURTA-SCOPELLO, Ruggero-Carlo. Les régimes passent, l'Etat développementaliste demeure : Le cas de la Banque Nationale de Développement Economique et Social (BNDES) au Brésil. Paris : Éditions L'Harmattan, 2017. 270 p. (Inter-National).

Toutes les publications des membres du CEE sont disponibles sur Spire, l'archive ouverte de Sciences Po

Les publications des chercheures et chercheurs sont répertoriées dans l'archive ouverte Spire

Les directions de numéros spéciaux / Special issues direction (Juillet 2017-2020)

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 Revue Projet. Lutter contre la pauvreté. Les leçons du terrain GUILLOU, Benoît, LIÈVRE, Marion, VITALE, Tommaso, et al, (dir.). Lutter contre la pauvreté : les leçons du terrain. Revue Projet. mai 2020, n° 376. 53 p.    
 Party Politics  ROVNY, Jan et WHITEFIELD, Stephen, (dir.). Issue dimensionality and party competition in turbulent times. Party Politics. January 2019, vol 25, n° 1. 93 p.
   COUSIN, Bruno et LAMBERT, Anne, (dir.). Au service des riches. Actes de la recherche en sciences sociales. 2019, n° 230. 128 p. . 
  BEZES, Philippe, PALIER, Bruno, SUREL, Yves, (dir.). Process tracing : les chemins de la causalité. Revue française de science politique. octobre 2018, vol 68, n° 6. 222    COUSIN, Bruno, KHAN, Shamus, MEARS, Ashley, (dir.). Elites, Economy and Society: New Approaches and Findingsy. Socio-Economic Review. 19 April 2018, vol 16, n° 2. 233 p.
   COURMONT, Antoine, (dir.). Ouvrir les données. Statistique et société. décembre 2017, vol 5, n° 3.   VITALE, Tommaso et BRAVI, Luca, (dir.). Editorial. « In-dipendence ». Control and emancipation paths of cultural minorities in European social history of education. Rivista di Storia dell‘Educazione. July 2017, vol 4, n° 1. 126 p.

Toutes les publications des membres du CEE sont disponibles sur Spire, l'archive ouverte de Sciences Po

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Jeunes docteures et docteur

Elodie Druez, Mickaël Durand, Léa Morabito et Sofia Wickberg
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DruezElodie Druez a soutenu sa thèse de science politique intitulée « Is Blackness political? Racisation et politisation des diplômé.e.s d’origine subsaharienne à Paris et à Londres » le 17 juin 2020 à 15h, dans les locaux de l'Ined, par visioconférence.

Le jury était composé de Florence Haegel, Professeure à l'institut d'études politiques de Paris(Directrice de recherche)  et de Patrick Simon, Directeur de recherche à l'INED (Directeur de recherche) Audrey Célestine, Maîtresse de conférence, Université de Lille, CERAPS, Michèle Lamont, Professor, Harvard University, Julien Talpin, Chargé de recherche CNRS, CERAPS, Université de Lille  (rapporteur), Vincent Tiberj, Professeur des Universités, Sciences Po Bordeaux, Centre Émile Durkheim (rapporteur).

DurandMickaël Durand a soutenu sa thèse intitulée "Homopoliticus. Socialisation politique et construction du rapport au politique des gays et lesbiennes en France" le 30 juin 2020 à 17h à Sciences Po par visioconférence.

Le jury était composé de : Catherine Achin : Professeure des Universités en science politique, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL, IRISSO (rapporteure), Muriel Darmon : Directrice de recherche au CNRS, CESSP, Florence Haegel : Professeur, Institut d'études politiques de Paris, CEE (directrice), Nonna Mayer : Directrice de recherche émérite au CNRS, CEE, Bruno Perreau : Professor of French Studies, MIT (rapporteur), Wilfried Rault : chargé de recherche, INED.

MorabitoLéa Morabito a soutenu sa thèse intitulée "Causes sexuelles en France : les « pro » contre les « anti ».Mariage pour tous et prostitution à l'interaction de mobilisations opposées" le 29 juin 2020 à 14h à Sciences Po, par visioconférence.

Le jury était composé de :  Céline Béraud : Directrice d'études, EHESS, CéSor (rapporteure), Laure Bereni : Directrice de recherche CNRS, ENS, Centre Maurice Halbwachs, Florence Haegel : Professeure, Sciences Po, CEE (directrice), Nonna Mayer : Directrice de recherche émérite CNRS, Sciences Po, CEE, David Paternotte : Professeur associé, Université Libre de Bruxelles (rapporteur), Anne Revillard : Professeure associée, Sciences Po, OSC-LIEPP.

WickbergSofia Wickberg a soutenu sa thèse intitutlée "Global instruments, local practices. Understanding the ‘divergent convergence’ of anti-corruption policy in Europe", le 2 juillet 2020 à 9h30 par visioconférence

Le jury était composé de Mr Patrick Hassenteufel, Professeur des universités en science politique, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines (rapporteur), Mr Colin Hay, Professeur des universités en science politique, Sciences Po Paris (supervisor), Mr Eric Phélippeau, Professeur des universités en science politique, Université de Paris-Nanterre (rapporteur), Mr Bo Rothstein, Professor i statsvetenskap, Göteborgs universitet, Mrs Diane Stone, Dean and Professor of Political Science, Central European University, Mrs Cornelia Woll, Professeure titulaire en science politique, Sciences Po, Paris.

Recrutement - Recruitment

Research assistant position, MORE project (Horizon 2020)-
6 month, part time 20%
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Research assistant position (6 month, part time 20%), MORE project (Horizon 2020)

The Centre for European studies and comparative politics at Sciences Po seeks to appoint a research assistant – 6 month, part time 20% – in order to join the final phase of the work achieved as part the MORE Project (Horizon 2020), “Multi-modal Optimisation for Road-space in Europe”.

The MORE project is led by Pr. Peter Jones, University College London, and brings together an 18-partners’ consortium in order to 1) identify existing and future pressures on urban nodes that is, the roads that connect cities with the TEN-T network (Transport European Road Network), 2) and to develop design tools and processes that will enable these key routes to be made responsive to future pressures by exploiting possibilities for dynamic space management and operation. More information available here: https://www.roadspace.eu/

The CEE contributes to the MORE project as coordinator for work package 2, led by Dr. Charlotte Halpern. This work package seeks to provide an in-depth qualitative and comparative analysis of how governance and socio-political conflicts shape road space re-allocation across different political contexts in Europe (Budapest, Constanta, London, Lisbon and Malmö). Making use of limited space and capacity often implies changes in road space allocation as well as prioritising between different uses, modes and activities. Which actors initiate and shape debates about road space allocation? How and by whom is it translated into policies, regulations, planning practices, etc. and implemented? How are difficult trade-offs and compromises resolved across different contexts? To what extent are such changes city-led, as opposed to wider technologically-, economically- or socially-led processes of change?

During the last phase of the project, the main task will be to contribute to the dissemination of research findings towards academics and practitioners in MORE and outside the project. This includes contributing to the development of academic papers, two research policy briefs, the organization of a workshop and a poster. The person employed will be fully integrated in the CEE research team and the MORE consortium.

We welcome applications from excellent candidates with a PhD level in social sciences, and with a research interest in one or more of the following areas: comparative policy processes, ecological transition processes, urban research. Research experience, in or outside academia, is an asset (dissertation, internship, etc.). It is anticipated that the successful candidate will be willing to work as part of a team under the overall direction of the PI and have some work experience with academic research and research dissemination outside the academic sphere. She or he should be willing to work with a large variety of stakeholders in the field of urban transport in cities across the EU.

Main tasks: 

  • Working as part of a team under the overall direction of the PI;
  • Providing research input (mainly desk analysis)
  • Organizing one event devoted to the dissemination of results
  • Developing research dissemination materials (e.g., posters, infographics, etc.)
  • Participating to the activities of the MORE consortium

The contract will start on October 1st, 2020. This is a 6-month part-time position (20%).

Gross Salary: 572 euros.

Scientific planning and report.

  • To contribute to any dissemination or public engagement activities deemed of interest to the project;
  • To contribute to any scientific management and administration tasks arising from the research project, incl. Reports.

Qualifications, knowledge and experience – essential:

  • An excellent master degree in social sciences, or close discipline, with a major in comparative policy processes, ecological transition processes, urban research.
  • Some experience with research dissemination
  • Some work experience in or outside the academic sphere
  • Proficiency in English and French (written and spoken)

The research assistant will have no teaching obligations.

Applications should be sent by August 16, 2020 to Dr. Charlotte Halpern : charlotte.halpern@sciencespo.fr

You will be asked to supply a CV and a covering letter (no longer than 2 pages).

Candidates short-listed for interview (phone or skype) will be contacted during the last week of August. They will be informed of the results no later than September 1st.

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Governing Capitalism, CEE’s Doctoral Study

Call for proposals
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The PhD students of the Center for European Studies and Comparative Politics will organize on December 16 their first doctoral study day, on the theme Governing Capitalism” (PDF, 96 Ko). The study day will be a series of three round tables, each focused on a specific theme and moderated by a CEE senior researcher and a CEE PhD candidate.

Each round table, two hours long, will begin with three communications of 20 minutes each, followed by a discussion by the moderators, and will be concluded by a questions-answers session. The goal is then to show how PhD candidates in social sciences can contribute to academical debates, while being understood by the widest audience.

Only PhD students can propose a communication for one or more round tables*. The proposals must be 1000 words long and be sent before September 30, along with a presentation paragraph indicating the research themes and the attachment unit of the candidate. The communications of the study day will be selected before October 31.

The proposals can be either in French or in English. If the proposal is in English (respectively in French), the candidate must declare whether he or she would be able to do its presentation and the follow-up discussion in French (respectively in English). The language of each round table will be decided following the preferences of the candidates.

The candidates are prompted, as far as possible, to present comparative works on European democracies. However, there is no restriction of discipline, geographical area or approach as far as the proposals fits with the angle of the round tables.

The proposals are to be sent to doctorants.ceesp@gmail.com

Study day’s theme: Governing Capitalism

This doctoral study day fits in the axis “The transformations of capitalism” of the Center for European Studies, whose premise is that global capitalism has entered a new phase: tertiarization and internationalization of economies, weakening of the state’s regulatory role, deregulation and privatization, increased role of financial actors, corporate concentration, intensified competition, acceleration of technical progress, growing importance of information and knowledge as factors of production, upheavals associated with the development of the digital economy, increased separation between labor and capital ownership, between execution and design. Thus, this study day deals with the political implications of these global transformations, through the problematic of the modes of governance and regulation of contemporary political economy.

Round table n°1: “Changing political economy: governing ecological transitions”

The challenges imposed by climate change are lobbying to get a transition to another society model leading to the emergence of new economic structures, more respectful of the environment and compliant to the objectives of sustainable development. Which role the State and the international and supranational institutions will be able to play to support this new economic model? Which powers of constraint do they have? Are they doomed to incentive actions, and with which efficiency? Above all, are they really determined to govern ecological transitions?

Discussion moderated by Richard Balme, University Professor at the Paris School of International Affairs, member of the CEE, coordinator of the Interdisciplinary Workshop of Environmental Researches (AIRE), and Weiting Chao, PhD candidate at the CEE.

Round table n°2: “Regulations, sectors and politics of real economy”

Either it’s about digital, health or energy, there are numerous sectors where business is entangled with ethical, social and geopolitical questions. As many regulation issues for public action who is struggling to tackle the rapid transformations of capitalism. To which levels can economy be controlled and with which instruments? Can political actors pretend to govern sectors in which they sometimes themselves have interests? How to regulate economic actors who seem sometimes more powerful than States themselves?

Discussion moderated by Cyril Benoît, CNRS research fellow at the CEE and member of the ANR project “Health Risk Market (MaRiSa)”, and Zoé Evrard, PhD candidate at the CEE and the MaxPo

Round table n°3: “Challenges of financial system’s governance”

The 2008 financial crisis revealed the political and social issues raised by the financialization of the economy and the lack of regulation of financial markets. Is it still possible, for political authorities, to keep the control of a system of private interests to serve the largest interest? Which measures have been set to avoid a new collapse which would reverberate onto the other economical sectors and onto the citizens in general? How to make the insurance market responsible for the collective risks of the ecological and health crises which will affect all the countries?

Discussion moderated by Cornelia Woll, Full Professor at Sciences Po, codirector of the MaxPo, member of the CEE and of the LIEPP, and Mattia Lupi, PhD candidate at the CEE and the MaxPo

* No financial support can be provided by the organization of the study day. If the health situation allows it, the study day will take place at Sciences Po Paris, or if necessary, by Zoom.

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"Brains" and their "Servants": the New Class Domination

A Response to Torben Iversen by Bruno Palier
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In Books & Ideas, June 2020

Torben Iversen, Reinventing Capitalism. The Transition to the Knowledge Economy

A Response to Torben Iversen by Bruno Palier, ''Brains” and their “Servants”: the New Class Domination

A Response to Torben Iversen by Jenny Andersson (Part I) and by Cyril Benoit (Part II), "Are Capitalist Democracies Really Resilient?"

Dans La vie des idées, juin 2019

Torben Iversen, Réinventer le capitalisme. La transition vers l’économie du savoir

Les démocraties capitalistes sont-elles vraiment résilientes ? Réponses à Torben Iversen par Jenny Andersson, Cyril Benoit & Bruno Palier

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