Partenariats / Partnerships
Structures de recherche / Research Structures
À l'échelle nationale, le CEE s'est fortement impliqué ces dernières années dans la création de structures de recherche liées au programme des ''Investissements d'avenir''. Le laboratoire est ainsi membre fondateur du Labex LIEPP (Laboratoire Interdisciplinaire d'Evaluation des Politiques Publiques) et ses membres contribuent activement à l'Equipex DIME-SHS (Données Infrastructures et Méthodes d'Enquête en Sciences Humaines et Sociales).
Echanges / Exchange
Sciences Po and the Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS) at the University of Cambridge set up an academic exchange programme in 2014. With the signing, in Paris in November 2017, of the new CamPo research partnership between the two institutions we are delighted to be able to extend that exchange programme to include all departments and faculties within the School of Humanities and Social Sciences of the University of Cambridge and all of Sciences Po’s research centres. Read more on Sciences Po's website; Contact at the CEE : firstname.lastname@example.org
OxPo seeks to facilitate scholarly exchanges and collaborative projects between Sciences Po in Paris (sociology, history, political science and international relations) and the Departments of Sociology, Politics and International Relations, the Modern European History Research Centre and Social Policy and Intervention in Oxford. It sponsors joint projects, seminars and workshops, conferences and publications. Information about events and exchanges can be found on the OxPo website.
Team: Florence Faucher, Director of OxPo. Professor of Political Science, Sciences Po, CEE (Florence.email@example.com) & Stephen Whitefield, Chair of OxPo Committees. Professor of Politics, Rhodes Pelczynski Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Pembroke College. To know more
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Collaborations scientifiques / Scientifics Collaborations
MaxPo − A Franco-German Center in the Social Sciences, strengthening Franco-German research.
MaxPo's research investigates how individuals, organizations, and nation-states are coping with the new forms of economic and social instability that have developed in Western societies as a result of policy shifts, the expansion of markets, technological advances, and cultural changes. Located at Sciences Po Paris and cooperating closely with the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (MPIfG) in Cologne, the Center aims to contribute substantially to the social sciences in Europe and to enrich academic and political dialogue between France and Germany. To know more
ICMigrations: ’Institut Convergences Migrations.
Il existe en France 10 « Instituts Convergences », tous créés en 2016 et 2017 par le 2e Programme des Investissements d’avenir sur l’avis d’un jury international. Leur objectif ? Fédérer des efforts de recherche jusque-là dispersés, en mobilisant sur une question-clef environ 200 chercheurs de plusieurs institutions pour croiser les disciplines et bâtir une formation originale. L’Institut Convergences Migrations (IC Migrations) est le seul institut de ce type qui associe sciences sociales, sciences humaines et sciences de la santé. Pour en savoir plus
IPPA: International Public Policy Association whose goal is to are to promote scientific research in the field of Public Policy and to contribute to its international development, to organize a regular international conference on Public Policy in order to promote the exchange of knowledge and experience, to develop international network activities which contribute to the Public Policy field in order to facilitate the exchange of knowledge produced by research, to promote the international diffusion of knowledge on Public Policy in order to make the progress of the research as widely known as possible, to develop other relevant activities linked to the field of Public Policy, to promote research on Public Policy and its use by policymaking organizations. To know more
Partenariats universitaires / University Partnership
Formation jeunes chercheurs / Training of Young Researchers
ITN PLATO is a European network of leading research universities and professionals from the policy advice, consulting and civil society sectors. The innovative programme trains 15 PhD researchers to contribute to solving key policy issues for Europe.To know more
EUCOPAS, Erasmus plus is a Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence consisting of the Jean Monnet Chair, Prof. Wessels, University of Cologne and the Jean Monnet Chair in European Union Law and Political Science at Sciences Po, Paris. To know more
Created in 2002, Programme Alliance NY, Alliance is an innovative academic joint-venture between Columbia University and three major French institutions: École Polytechnique, Sciences Po, and Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University. To know more
COST Actions are a flexible, fast, effective and efficient networking instrument for researchers, engineers and scholars to cooperate and coordinate nationally funded research activities. COST Actions allow European researchers to jointly develop their own ideas in any science and technology field. To know more
The Academic Research Network on Agencification of EU Executive Governance (TARN) aims to promote multi- and interdisciplinary research about the agencification of EU executive governance and to encourage a dialogue between academia and practitioners. TARN is a research, information and agenda-setting network informing agency operation within the EU in a transnational setting. It brings together renowned and young academics and practitioners from various disciplines and policy areas and pools knowledge on research and legal provisions, policy documents and information on the practical operation of EU agencies. To know more
Programmes de recherche / Research Programme
CREATE is a 36 months research project (2015-2018) funded by the European Commission under Horizon2020 and is one of the first projects that addresses the task Tackling Urban Road Congestion, taking a long-term view of how this can be achieved, especially in cities experiencing rapid growth in car ownership and use. To know more
The institutions of the European Union play an essential role in European integration by producing decisions and public policies, as well as ensuring their implementation within the Member States. However, EU citizens, and even scholars, are not fully aware of how EU institutions actually operate.
In order to better understand how the core of this atypical political system functions, the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics at Sciences Po launched the Observatory of European Institutions (OIE) in 2006, with the support of the Centre for Socio-Political Data at Sciences Po (CDSP). To know more
CIFAR brings together outstanding researchers from across disciplines and borders to address important challenges facing the world. We support leading edge research with the potential for global impact.
Established in 1982, CIFAR is a Canadian-based, international research institute with nearly 400 fellows, scholars and advisors from 18 countries. In 2017, CIFAR was chosen by the Canadian government to lead the $125 million Pan-Canadian Artificial Intelligence Strategy. To know more
CondResp: Programme franco-allemand en Sciences humaines et sociales (FRAL) 2015. L'un des principes fondamentaux du gouvernement démocratique est que l'exécutif représente les souhaits des citoyens. Dans sa forme la plus simple, les gouvernements apprécient les souhaits des citoyens à partir des résultats électoraux et des problèmes exprimés publiquement et de répondre à ces exigences en adoptant des lois. Pour en savoir plus
MORE: Multi-modal Optimisation for Road Space in Europe, is developing procedures for the comprehensive co-design of busy urban main road corridors feeding the European TEN-T road network. It aims to accommodate their current and future multi-modal and multi-functional requirements and to address severe problems such as congestion, sustainability, noise, air pollution, safety and security. To know more
SOG PRO (ANR ORA) - Pourquoi certaines organisations administratives publiques sont-elles régulièrement créées avec succès, fréquemment réorganisées, fusionnées même supprimées alors que d’autres apparaissent apparemment « immortelles » et semblent plus puissantes que les élus et acteurs politiques qui décident formellement de leur création et qui les contrôlent ? Cette question est apparue particulièrement pertinente, depuis 30 ans, au sein des démocraties parlementaires européennes. Pour en savoir plus
Partenariats sociétés savantes / Learned Societies Partnership
The Trans European Policy Studies Association (TEPSA) is the first transeuropean research network in the field of European affairs. It consists of leading research institutes in the field of European affairs throughout Europe, with an office in Brussels. TEPSA is an international non-profit association under Belgian law (AISBL) and was established in 1974. Ever since then it has steadily increased its membership in response to the enlargement rounds of the European Union. Today TEPSA consists of 41 member institutes and associate members located in 35 European countries. To know more