National Contracts


The French National Research Agency (ANR) is a public administrative institution under the authority of the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation. The agency funds project-based research carried out by public operators cooperating with each other or with private companies.

  • UNEQUALMAND (ANR FRAL) - Unequal mandate responsiveness? How electoral promises and their realizations target groups in France and Germany - (juillet 2022-juin 2025)

  • ENCOUNTERS (ANR ORA) - Muslim-Jewish encounter, diversity & distance in urban Europe: Religion, culture and social model

  • FLASH FAIRETHMIGQUANT “Faire les enquêtes quantitatives avec les populations des minorités ethniques et d'origine immigrant FAIR” (ANR FLASH) 

  • WHIG (ANR ORA) - What is governed and not governed

  • MARGIN - MARGinalisation/INclusion

  • CONDRESP (ANR FRAL) - Conditional Responsiveness in France and Germany

  • SOG PRO (ANR ORA) - Conditional Responsiveness in France and Germany


  • “The Effects of Covid-19 on the Functioning of Parliaments: A Comparison of France, Germany, Ireland and Israel”

  • ReligSpace - “The Effect of Manifestations of Religion in the Public Space on Socio-political Integration of Minority-Religion Immigrants”

  • “Rebuilding Macroeconomics”: New research network, which encourages innovative approaches to real world macroeconomic policy questions, emphasising inter-disciplinary analysis and alternative methodologies.

  • “What do ‘the people’ want? Online analysis of populist challenges to Europe

  • “La montée des banques de développement promotionnelles dans l’Europe contemporaine: potentiels et pièges” (FEPS)

  • CIERA - Programme de formation recherché “L’arrivée des réfugiés dans les villes moyennes: nouveaux lieux et nouveaux acteurs de l’accueil en Allemagne et en France” 

  • SKK : “The Political Economy of Inequality and Social Integration”

  • EUROGLOB - Europeanization vs. Globalization: The Euro Crisis and the Changing Politics of Economic Interdependence in Europe



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