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Bidonvilles en déconfinement : les solidarités vont-elles tenir ?

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VITALE, Tommaso & CASEAU, Anne-Cécile, Bidonvilles en déconfinement : les solidarités vont-elles tenir ?, The conversation, 24 mai 2020

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Penser l’après ? : Le Covid-19 pousse les scientifiques hors de leurs laboratoires

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CALLON, Michel et LASCOUMES, Pierre. Penser l’après ? : Le Covid-19 pousse les scientifiques hors de leurs laboratoires. The Conversation, 22 mai 2020.

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Extending loans and providing equity: the EIB and national development banks must act now
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THIEMANN, Matthias, and Peter VOLBERDING. “Extending Loans and Providing Equity: The EIB and National Development Banks Must Act Now.Social Europe, April 29, 2020

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Dominique Boullier et Pierre Lascoumes

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 "Internet est-il une zone de non droit ?", Dominique Boullier, sociologue, professeur des universités, Sciences Po, CEE, spécialiste des usag s du numérique et des technologies cognitives,18 janvier 2020

Qui gouverne internet, son architecture de réseau, ses contenus qui circulent ? Peut-on réguler les plates-formes ?
A la phase d’euphorie des débuts du réseau des réseaux a succédé une inquiétude sur la puissance de certaines firmes, sur les failles de sécurité permanentes, sur la difficulté à faire appliquer du droit national à des réseaux globalisés, aux algorithmes opaques et soumis à des influences déstabilisatrices. Est ce que l’idée même du droit fait sens pour ceux qui invoquent la liberté de coder, d’expérimenter et la règle du consensus dans les décisions ? Peut-on reprendre la main sur un système technique aussi distribué et sur des firmes aussi puissantes, ou doit-on envisager des dérives analogues à celles que le système technique automobile a fait subir aux villes et au climat, dérives qui s’appliqueraient alors à notre climat mental collectif ?

"Les élites sont-elles délinquantes ?", Pierre Lascoumes, Directeur de recherches CNRS émérite à Sciences Po, CEE, 29 février 2020

 Nos élites sont-elles au dessus des lois ? Si tout système de gouvernance s'accompagne d'un système de loi, dans quelles mesures certaines personnes peuvent s'en détourner ?
Que ce soit au travers d'affaires financières, de corruption ou de liens étroits entretenus avec notre système juridique, les exemples continuent  encore aujourd'hui de certains politiques et responsables d'entreprises qui manquent à leur premier devoir: l'exemplarité. Politeia propose ce mois-ci de revenir sur ce phénomène qui mine la confiance en notre démocratie.

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Research Assistant Fairethmigquant Project
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JOB DESCRIPTION RESEARCH ASSISTANT FAIRETHMIGQUANT PROJECT

Centre d’études européennes et de politique comparée, CEE (UMR 8239)

Sciences Po

Background

We are seeking to appoint a Research Assistant to work with Prof Laura Morales (the Principal Investigator, PI) in the project “Making Ethnic and Migrant Minority Survey Data FAIR (FAIRETHMIGQUANT)”, grant number ANR-19-DATA-0004-0, of the Flash call programme DONNEES funded by the French Agence Nationale de la Recherche.

FAIRETHMIGQUANT is a pilot project jointly undertaken by CEE, INED and CDSP in collaboration with GESIS and other French and European organisations, and in close cooperation with the H2020 project SSHOC and the COST Action 16111 ETHMIGSURVEYDATA.

The team led by Prof Morales at CEE will coordinate this project, as well as take care of the coordination of the collaboration with ETHMIGSURVEYDATA and SSHOC, in order to:

  1. Include French surveys on Ethnic and Migrant Minority (EMM) integration into a metadata registry being developed through ETHMIGSURVEYDATA,
  2. Conduct a French pilot for building an EMM component of the CESSDA-led European Question Bank (EQB),
  3. Leverage the lessons learned from the pilot to scale up the EMM component of the EQB to other surveys compiled by ETHMIGSURVEYDATA in 9 other European countries, and
  4. Foster strategic and durable relationships between French user communities and data service providers in France and Europe, so they can jointly contribute to France’s participation in the open science movement.

The appointed Research Assistant will thus join a large French and international team of experts from all across Europe on the integration of EMMs and on survey research and will have the chance to work on a research project that will break new ground in these fields. This is, thus, a unique opportunity to build a career in survey research focusing on this specific sub-population.

More specifically, the work will involve:

Ensuring that the French data is compiled in formats compatible with current international standards (DDI, Dublin Core, RDA recommendations, etc.);

  1. Ensuring that the French data is correctly processed through the EMM Survey Registry prepared by ETHMIGSURVEYDATA;
  2. Ensuring that the community of EMM survey data producers in France become aware of the existence of the EMM Survey Registry and use it for any new surveys created;
  3. Ensuring that the database is harvested by the relevant French platforms for open data in the social sciences (e.g. Isidore);
  4. Facilitating that data producers and owners of the original survey datasets who have not previously deposited the data on a data archive/repository deposit the data in one of the social science data archives in France (ideally, integrated in PROGEDO).
  5. Contributing to the work aimed at finding solutions for the automated retrieval of the questions from several hundreds of survey questionnaires that have for the most part not been processed as yet and in several languages;
  6. Ensuring that the EQB links to the ETHMIGSURVEYDATA EMM Survey Registry;
  7. Exploring the ways that will allow future data producers to add the questions of their own surveys into the EQB in an autonomous and decentralized fashion so that it is constantly updated;
  8. Exploring the ways that will allow for this stream of survey question metadata to be made Accessible and Interoperable, linked to OpenAire, the CESSDA Product and Service Catalogue, and any future European Open Science Cloud systems;
  9. Exploring the ways in which this stream of survey question metadata in the EQB can be integrated with the new platform that will be created by the H2020 project CROSS-MIGRATION.

Contract details

The appointment is part-time and available from 1st September (or as soon as possible thereafter, and always before 14th September) with a contract duration of 16 months.

Type of contract: Fixed-duration contract (CDD), at 70% of full-time equivalent

Gross salary (salaire brut): €1 680 for the 70% fte.

Other contributions: contribution for transportation card within Paris (€37.60), and restaurant tickets.

How to apply

Please send:

  1. A cover letter outlining precisely the essential and desirable qualifications and skills outlined below (listed under "Requirements") that you meet for this position, as well as any previous experience in survey research (e.g. conducting surveys, managing large-scale survey data or similar tasks); and
  2. A CV which includes a detailed list of the courses and training on survey research followed at undergraduate and postgraduate level,

to linda.amrani@sciencespo.fr by 5 pm (Paris, CET) on Friday 29th May 2020 with the subject “FAIRETHMIGQUANT researcher position application” in the email.

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Interviews will be planned between 8 and 19 June 2020 (interviews through video-connection possible for those not residing in Paris). 

Tasks

The RA will be expected to:

  • Coordinate the daily work at CEE on this project as well as the collaboration with CDSP, INED, GESIS, the COST Action ETHMIGSURVEYDATA and the SSHOC teams in order to achieve the goals of the project (under the supervision and guidance of the PI);
  • Prepare and undertake all necessary tasks relating to the goals of the project, including data entry from questionnaires in several languages (English and French at least, and when proficient also another language);
  • Document the technical and research processes, outcomes and options emerging from the project and support the writing and publication of papers and reports stemming from the project;
  • Participate in the dissemination of the project activities and outputs within the French and European communities of data producers and users;
  • Responsible for the maintenance and version control of the data compiled. This will also include inputting of data and its safe storage using the agreed protocols, as defined by Sciences Po’s research data protection policy and any other such protocols imposed by the ANR;
  • Identify and understand work requirements prioritising tasks and responsibilities within an agreed timeframe agreed with the PI;
  • The post holder will be required to effectively manage their time to deliver on the priorities of the project. The post holder will need to plan ahead to ensure the research is delivered in accordance with the overall research objectives and deadlines. This may include defining tasks and schedules, organising meetings, preparing intermediate reports on data and findings, and contributing to the project final report;
  • Any other tasks that might be necessary for the proper undertaking of the role and the successful completion of the project.

Requirements (please, do not apply if you do not meet those outlined as Essential)

Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience

Essential:

  • A postgraduate (MA/MSc) degree in any Social Science with a strong methodological focus relevant to the project, specifically relating to survey methodology. Degrees directly giving access to a PhD programme in their home university system will be regarded as equivalent to an MA/MSc/MRes for the purposes of this job application.*
  • Demonstrable training in survey research methods and techniques at undergraduate or postgraduate level.*
  • An expertise, backed up by research or work experience, in survey research.*
  • Proficiency in English (active and passive use of the language) at intermediate level (i.e. B2 or C1 level).*
  • Proficiency in French (active and passive use of the language) at intermediate level (i.e. B2 or C1 level). *

Desirable, but not essential:

  • Experience or training in the management and documenting of survey data.
  • Research experience in topics relating to ethnic and/or migrant integration.*
  • The ability to read and write in one of the following languages: Croatian, Dutch, German, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian or Spanish.*
  • Prior research experience in externally funded projects.*
  • Experience in international collaboration in social science research or consultancy experience.

Skills, Abilities and Competencies:

Essential:

  • Proven ability of social science data input, management and analysis with Excel.*
  • Proven ability to write up research findings.*
  • Ability to take initiative, self-manage and contribute intellectually to the overall project.
  • Expertise with relevant office packages.
  • Ability to work as part of a team.
  • Good oral and written communication skills.*
  • Attention to detail.*

Desirable but not essential:

  • Proven ability of social science data input, management and analysis with Stata or R.*
  • Familiarity with international standards for the production, documentation and archiving of survey data (e.g. DDI, Dublin Core, RDA recommendations, etc.)
  • Intermediate-level quantitative analysis skills (e.g. up to multivariate regression analysis).*

(*Criteria to be used to shortlist candidates for interview)

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COVID-19, sous le regard de chercheurs en SHS

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Articles

BOUSSAGUET, Laurie et FAUCHER, Florence, Comment Emmanuel Macron a raté son rendez-vous symbolique avec les FrançaisThe conversation, 27 mai 2020.

VITALE, Tommaso et CASEAU, Anne-Cécile, Bidonvilles en déconfinement : les solidarités vont-elles tenir ?, The conversation, 24 mai 2020.

CALLON, Michel et LASCOUMES, Pierre. Penser l’après ? : Le Covid-19 pousse les scientifiques hors de leurs laboratoires. The Conversation, 22 mai 2020.

WUNSCH, Natasha. How Covid-19 Is Deepening Democratic Backsliding and Geopolitical Competition in the Western Balkans. LSE - The London School of Economics and Political Science - EUROPP, May 20, 2020.

STASOLLA, Carlo et VITALE, Tommaso. #IStayCamp. Health conditions, food deprivation and solidarity problems in the first days of the lockdown in the Roma Villages of Rome. Métropolitiques. 24 avril 2020.

THIEMANN, Matthias, and Peter VOLBERDING. Extending Loans and Providing Equity: The EIB and National Development Banks Must Act Now.  Social Europe, April 29, 2020.

BIEBER, Florian, Tena PRELEC, Marika DJOLAI, Donika EMINI, Jovana MAROVIC, Srdjan MAJSTOROVIC, Vedran DŽIHIC, Natasha Wunsch, et al. The Western Balkans in Times of the Global Pandemic. Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group, April 2020, 1–37.

STASOLLA, Carlo, and Tommaso VITALE. #IoRestonelCampo – L’impatto del lockdown raccontato da chi vive nelle baraccopoli. Animazione Sociale, 16 April, 2020.

COURMONT, Antoine (Chercheur associé à Sciences Po, CEE), Coronoptiques (1/4) : dispositifs de surveillance et gestion de l'épidémie, LINC (Laboratoire d’Innovation Numérique de la CNIL), 10 avril 2020.

VITALE, Tommaso. Penser l’engagement solidaire en temps de crise. Revue Projet, 3 avril 2020.

CALLON, Michel, et Pierre LASCOUMES. Covid-19 et néfaste oubli du principe de précaution. Analyse opinion critique, 27 mars 2020..

BOULLIER, Dominique. Virus, mèmes et bonnes pratiques?: la compétition des propagations. The Conversation, 23 mars 2020.

Rapport

RECCHI, Ettore, Emanuele FERRAGINA, Emily HELMEID, Stefan PAULY, Mirna SAFI, Nicolas SAUGER, et Jen SCHRADIE. Confinement pour tous, épreuve pour certains. Les résultats de la première vague d’enquête du projet CoCo. Paris: Observatoire sociologique du changement, April 2020.

Policy Papers / Working papers

BOULLIER, Dominique. Analyser la réactivité des gouvernements à la pandémie: effets des structures sanitaires ou effets de propagations ?, shs3g.hypotheses.org, Mai 2020.

MERTENS, Daniel, Eulalia RUBIO, and Matthias THIEMANN. COVID-19 and the Mobilisation of Public Development Banks in the EU. Policy Paper N° 252. Paris: Notre Europe - Institut Jacques Delors, April 2020.

PELLERIN-CARLIN, Thomas, EISL, Andreas et Emilie MAGDALINSKI. Surmonter les crises liée au Covid-19. Construire une europe durable et résiliente. Décryptage. Paris: Notre Europe - Institut Jacques Delors, 2020.

Call for Papers

VITALE, Tommaso. COVID-19 and the Structural Crisis of Liberal Democracies. Determinants and Consequences of the Governance of Pandemic, PArtecipazione e COnflitto (30 September 2020).

Entretien

GUIRAUDON, Virginie. L’espace Schengen à l’épreuve du Covid-19. Toute l’Europe.eu, Mai 2020.

VITALE, Tommaso. Distanziati ma vicini: la solidarietà ai tempi della COVID-19. Aggiornamenti Sociali. Maggio 2020.

Conférences/Séminaires

Covid 19: A webinar series:

27 April 2020 - The Social Impacts of ConfinementAnke Hassel (Hertie School) and Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, CEE & LIEPP, CNRS) present their analyses of the consequences on the labour market and social policy decisions taken in Germany, France and Europe more broadly in response to the pandemic.Bruno Palier.

13 May 2020 - The Welfare States during and after hte COVID crisis - with  Anke Hassel (Hertie School), Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, CEE & LIEPP, CNRS), Anton Hemerijck (European University Institute), Waltraud Schelke (LSE).

Medias

GUIRAUDON, Virginie. Frontières ouvertes ou fermées ? Le point sur la situation dans les pays de l’UE (Interview).” Le Monde, 20 mai 2020.

GUIRAUDON, Virginie, Migrants et Covid-19: des vies suspendues, CERIUM, Université de Montréal, avec AFP. Avril 2020.

BRUNN, Matthias, GENIEYS, William, Bâtir la médecine de demain : Sortir des guerres mandarinales et façonner les futurs gardiens de la politique de santé. Atlantico, 25 avril 2020.

CLAVREUL, William, GENIEYS, William. "Bâtir la cathédrale du déconfinement" ou le meilleur moyen de le rater magistralement ?Atlantico, 23 avril 2020.

BRUNN, Matthias, and William GENIEYS, L’élite de la médecine en ‘temps de guerre, Midi Libre, 21 avril 2020

GUIRAUDON, Virginie, Sauvetage de migrants: la crise sanitaire met fin au mariage entre MSF et SOS Méditerranée, L'OBS, 17 avril 2020.

GENIEYS, William et al., Covid-19 : pourquoi il est difficile de comparer la France avec l'Allemagne, Les Echos, 17 avril 2020.

CREMASCHI, Marco, Coronavirus : tous à la campagne ?, Les Echos, 8 avril 2020.

FAUCHER Florence, Boris Johnson hospitalisé, comment le Royaume-Uni est-il dirigé ?, RFI, 7 avril 2020.

BOULLIER, Dominique, Temps de guerre ou temps du soin, Médiapart, 7 avril 2020.

GENIEYS, William, Etrange inertie, Crise sanitaire et manque de réactivité : la France est-elle dirigée par des fonctionnaires non élus ?, Atlantico, 6 avril 2020.

GUIRAUDON, Virginie, and Bruno PALIER. Coronavirus : l’obligation de résultat de l’Union européenne (Interview). La Croix, 29 mars 2020.

BOULLIER, Dominique. Ce que les applaudissements aux fenêtres disent de nous (Interview). Le Figaro, 27 mars, 2020.

GUIRAUDON, Virginie. Europe Has Relied on Turkey to Stem Another Migration Crisis. That Plan Backfired (Analysis). The Washington Post, 25 March 2020.

MAYER, Nonna, Municipales 2020, premier tour : France Culture, Emissions spéciales, 15 mars 2020.

GUIRAUDON, Virginie. L’Union Européenne fait-elle tout ce qu’elle peut faire pour les migrants ?. RFI, 17 mars 2020.

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