New Prosperities: A New Economic Model

The shift from an economy of growth to one of "New Prosperities", that was the topic of discussion at The School of Management and Innovation's annual conference. Held on 3 December, 2019 at Sciences Po, in partnership with the think tank Mars Catalyst, it brought together thought leaders in business, academia and policymaking to discuss this new economic model.

This conference was part of a movement led by actors the business world, academia and policymaking as well as students from around the globe who are committed to transforming business for the world – and promoting an Economics of Mutuality to achieve this goal.

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Goodbye Plastic, Hello Koovee

Goodbye Plastic, Hello Koovee

A committed ecologist and graduate of Sciences Po in 2015, Tiphaine Guerout has channeled her entrepreneurial ambition towards an environmental cause. She is the founder of Koovee, a startup that offers an alternative to disposable plastic cutlery: forks and spoons made of biscuit, made in France, that have the particularity of being sufficiently resistant so that one can eat with them. Interview with a young graduate who hopes to flood the French and European markets in the years to come.

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University Consortium: Scientific Dialogue Between the US, Europe and Russia

University Consortium: Scientific Dialogue Between the US, Europe and Russia

In April 2019, Sciences Po became a member of the University Consortium, a project created in 2015 following the observation of the decline in academic expertise on Russia in the West and the renewal of tensions in East-West relations. The University Consortium was effectively born out of the desire to create a space for dialogue and common reflection on the security issues in the Euro-Atlantic zone at a moment where relations between Russia, Europe and the US are in crisis and marked by a strong diplomatic, media and ideological polarisation.

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Dealing with Climate Change on Small Islands

Dealing with Climate Change on Small Islands

Why are small islands more vulnerable to the global and major ordeal of climate change? How do they face this huge challenge and what can we learn from their experience? These are among the crucial questions examined by Carola Klöck and Michael Fink in their recently coedited volume entitled Dealing with Climate Change on Small Islands: Toward Effective and Sustainable Adaptation, published by Universitätsverlag Göttingen.

This interview was originally published on the CERI website.

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French Graduate Admissions: Tips for the Interview

French Graduate Admissions: Tips for the Interview

Have you applied for a master’s programme at Sciences Po via the French procedure*? If you successfully pass through the first phase of the application process – results of which are announced from 23 March 2020 onwards – you will move on to the second phase of the application process: the interview. This final stage of the admissions procedure will take place between the end of April and the start of May 2020. For many students, the interview can be the most stressful element of their application: what kind of profile are we looking for, how can you demonstrate your motivation, how best defend your ideas? Preparation is key! That is why we’ve laid out some simple guidelines to help get you onto the home straight.

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Summer School: Admissions are open

Summer School: Admissions are open

The Summer School is an opportunity for students from around the world to discover Sciences Po over the course of a summer on our Paris and Reims campuses.  Here’s what you need to know before starting your application!

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Justice in Civil War Contexts

Justice in Civil War Contexts

Adam Baczko conducts research on the formation of legal institutions by armed movements and international actors in contexts of armed conflict, with a particular focus on Afghanistan and Syria. Adam joined CERI as CNRS researcher in September 2019.

Interview conducted by Corinne Deloy and translated into English by Miriam Perier and Caitlin Gordon Walker (CERI).

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