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A look back at our conference on the European Green Deal

A two-part conference to take stock of the efforts to advance the European Green Deal and raise current and future challenges.

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A look back at our conference on the European Green Deal

A two-part conference to take stock of the efforts to advance the European Green Deal and raise current and future challenges.

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Where do cyber threats come from?

World Cybercrime Index ranks countries by threat level. It stems from the ERC funded project CRIMGOV, led by Federico Varese.

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Where do cyber threats come from?

World Cybercrime Index ranks countries by threat level. It stems from the ERC funded project CRIMGOV, led by Federico Varese.

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Another look at unelected governmental elites - Interview with William Genieys

William Genieys looked at health insurance reforms in France and in the USA and studied unelected governmental welfare elites that made those reforms possible.

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Another look at unelected governmental elites - Interview with William Genieys

William Genieys looked at health insurance reforms in France and in the USA and studied unelected governmental welfare elites that made those reforms possible.

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The European Investor State: when public actors act like investors, Interview with Ulrike Lepont and Matthias Thiemann

They present a special issue of the journal Competition and Change on “The European Investor State in the Making”, that they co-edited.

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The European Investor State: when public actors act like investors, Interview with Ulrike Lepont and Matthias Thiemann

They present a special issue of the journal Competition and Change on “The European Investor State in the Making”, that they co-edited.

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The EU’s planned reconstruction efforts of Ukraine: A game changer? - by Matthias Thiemann

In this situation of dismal surprise, the unity and resolve of the EU and its member states has been tested and, to the surprise of many, if not most observers, the EU actually responded swiftly and with ambition, Matthias Thiemann notes in an article.

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The EU’s planned reconstruction efforts of Ukraine: A game changer? - by Matthias Thiemann

In this situation of dismal surprise, the unity and resolve of the EU and its member states has been tested and, to the surprise of many, if not most observers, the EU actually responded swiftly and with ambition, Matthias Thiemann notes in an article.

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How do the media report on immigration, in France and Europe?

How and by whom are the dominant narratives on migrations produced? How do they impact public policy, individuals and society as a whole?

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How do the media report on immigration, in France and Europe?

How and by whom are the dominant narratives on migrations produced? How do they impact public policy, individuals and society as a whole?

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Taming the real estate boom in the EU? - with Matthias Thiemann

In the fallout of the 2008 crisis, macroprudential policy has been installed as the policy remedy against future financial instability, a primary focus being developments in the real estate sector.

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Taming the real estate boom in the EU? - with Matthias Thiemann

In the fallout of the 2008 crisis, macroprudential policy has been installed as the policy remedy against future financial instability, a primary focus being developments in the real estate sector.

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Combating racism, antisemitism and xenophobia: our members contribute to the CNCDH barometer

The French National Consultative Commission for Human Rights (CNCDH) has just published its 2022 annual report on the fight against racism, antisemitism and xenophobia. Nonna Mayer, Vincent Tiberj, Yuma Ando and Tommaso Vitale contributed to the report by analysing data from the "racism barometer".

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Combating racism, antisemitism and xenophobia: our members contribute to the CNCDH barometer

The French National Consultative Commission for Human Rights (CNCDH) has just published its 2022 annual report on the fight against racism, antisemitism and xenophobia. Nonna Mayer, Vincent Tiberj, Yuma Ando and Tommaso Vitale contributed to the report by analysing data from the "racism barometer".

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Sustainable Mobility in Cities: The Major Role of Public Policies

In order to achieve the European Union's target of carbon neutrality by 2050, the transportation sector must reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 90%. The implications are significant for European cities.

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Sustainable Mobility in Cities: The Major Role of Public Policies

In order to achieve the European Union's target of carbon neutrality by 2050, the transportation sector must reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 90%. The implications are significant for European cities.

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Rationing drugs in England and France: How a ‘depoliticised’ regulator can become a source of politicisation

A key trend in European politics since the 1990s has been the delegation of important policymaking responsibilities to unelected decision-makers such as independent agencies and supranational actors.

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Rationing drugs in England and France: How a ‘depoliticised’ regulator can become a source of politicisation

A key trend in European politics since the 1990s has been the delegation of important policymaking responsibilities to unelected decision-makers such as independent agencies and supranational actors.

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Enlargement of the European Union: Stop or Else? The influence of Eurosceptics in the European Parliament

The invasion of Ukraine has once again brought the issue of European Union enlargement to the fore.

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Enlargement of the European Union: Stop or Else? The influence of Eurosceptics in the European Parliament

The invasion of Ukraine has once again brought the issue of European Union enlargement to the fore.

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Is State Reorganisation Perpetual? - by Philippe Bezes

How often and how intensively are administrative structures inside central governments created, split up, merged and reformed by hierarchically shifting them, changing their names or even abolishing them?

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Is State Reorganisation Perpetual? - by Philippe Bezes

How often and how intensively are administrative structures inside central governments created, split up, merged and reformed by hierarchically shifting them, changing their names or even abolishing them?

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PCC, Secret Power: When a Work of Sociology Becomes an HBO Series

The rise of the largest crime organisation in South America analysed by Gabriel Feltran, Researcher Director at Sciences Po.

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PCC, Secret Power: When a Work of Sociology Becomes an HBO Series

The rise of the largest crime organisation in South America analysed by Gabriel Feltran, Researcher Director at Sciences Po.

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Pension reform, 49.3... CEE's members contribute to the debate" - with Bruno Palier

In early 2023, as the reform project for the pension system being debated in the French parliament generates significant social mobilization, Bruno Palier, CNRS research director in political science, reflects on the history and evolution of pension systems in Europe, as well as the French welfare state through the prism of gender.

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Pension reform, 49.3... CEE's members contribute to the debate" - with Bruno Palier

In early 2023, as the reform project for the pension system being debated in the French parliament generates significant social mobilization, Bruno Palier, CNRS research director in political science, reflects on the history and evolution of pension systems in Europe, as well as the French welfare state through the prism of gender.

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"Propagations" - by Dominique Boullier

La pandémie de Covid-19 a mis en évidence à quel point les processus de propagation affectent nos vies en profondeur. Mais elle révèle aussi comment se propagent des informations, des consignes, des rumeurs...

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"Propagations" - by Dominique Boullier

La pandémie de Covid-19 a mis en évidence à quel point les processus de propagation affectent nos vies en profondeur. Mais elle révèle aussi comment se propagent des informations, des consignes, des rumeurs...

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"Collective Memory is a Political Construction" - with Sandrine Lefranc

The existence of a collective memory, consistent, undeniable, and shared by all, has become ingrained in our thinking.

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"Collective Memory is a Political Construction" - with Sandrine Lefranc

The existence of a collective memory, consistent, undeniable, and shared by all, has become ingrained in our thinking.

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"Women and Right-Wing Voting" - with Nonna Mayer

Election after election, radical right-wing and populist parties are increasingly present in European parliaments and governments.

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"Women and Right-Wing Voting" - with Nonna Mayer

Election after election, radical right-wing and populist parties are increasingly present in European parliaments and governments.

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