In my research, I aim to assess the consequences of the emergence of “big data” and, related to this, evidence-based decision-making in the field of foreign policy. I argue that the widespread use of quantitative data has consequences on the way agents understand and represent conflict, thus influencing the decision-making process. A particular interest is given to France and the United-Kingdom in their assessment of insecurity in the Arctic region.


On the use of quantitative data in foreign policy: from datafication to datafiction, sous la direction de Frédéric Ramel (Sciences Po - CERI) et Thomas Lindemann (Polytechnique/LinX)

  • Enseignements

    Sciences Po
    Espace Mondial (licence), depuis 2020 

  • Langues

    Français, anglais, espagnol

Publications principales

Grey Anderson, Louise Beaumais, Louise Carnapete, Iris Lambert, Sami Makki, et al., Exploring Practices of Conflict Data Production, Analysis, Dissemination, and Practitioner Reception: Methodological Framework and Preliminary Findings, 2021.

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