PhD Students

Since the creation of LIEPP, doctoral research has been a structuring part of the laboratory's activity in its training mission. The LIEPP offers doctoral students from Sciences Po and the University of Paris, whatever their disciplines and methods, a young research workshop. This workshop is a tool for interdisciplinary dialogue between doctoral students whose work has an impact on public action. The LIEPP has had the opportunity to finance the theses of many doctoral students and to welcome affiliated doctoral students who have nourished and advanced knowledge in the different research areas and, more broadly, in the evaluation of public policies. The young researchers and doctoral students affiliated to LIEPP have been rewarded for the quality of their work.

Thesis in progress

Doctoral fellow in economics, CY Cergy Paris Université / LIEPP affiliate

Julien Blasco is an INSEE administrator and a PhD Candidate in Economics at CY Cergy Paris Université under the supervision of Clément Carbonnier. His work focuses on monetary inequality, poverty and material deprivation in France and abroad. He also evaluates the impact of socio-fiscal policies and redistribution on these subjects. He was an intern at LIEPP during the summer of 2017, then joined LIEPP as a Junior Policy Fellow in July 2018. His current projects relate to the  impact of consumption taxes on inequality around the world and to the dynamics of income inequality in France.

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Doctoral fellow in Sociology, OSC / LIEPP affiliate

Mathéa Boudinet gets her master's degree in sociology at Sciences Po in 2019. She signs a doctoral contract with the Observatoire Sociologique du Changement in 2019, and starts her PhD under the supervision of Anne Revillard. Her thesis focuses on the way employment policies are aimed for and mobilised by disabled women in France. Mathéa Boudinet studies the construction of theses policies by street-level bureaucrats and the way they are perceived by disabled women. She uses both qualitative and quantitative methods.

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Doctoral fellow in Sociology, OSC / LIEPP affiliate

After 8 months as a research assistant at the LIEPP during her gap year, Laudine resumes her Master 2 in Cognitive Sciences at ENS (PSL) in 2020-2021. The same year, she obtains a doctoral contract at the Observatoire Sociologique du Changement (Sciences Po). Since her undergraduate studies, she has been passionate about transdisciplinarity and is currently working on a thesis between Sociology and Cognitive Sciences under the supervision of Carlo Barone (OSC, Sciences Po) and Coralie Chevallier (LNCC, ENS). Her research focuses on inequalities in access to daycare centers, their link with public policies and their impact on the cognitive development of young children. She uses both qualitative and quantitative methods.

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Doctoral fellow in Economics, Sciences Po Departement of Economics / LIEPP affiliate

Edgard Dewitte is a PhD candidate in Economics at SciencesPo, working on a thesis entitled "Essays on the Economics of Democracy" under the supervision of Julia Cagé. His research explores issues at the crossroad of Political Economy and Economic History, with insights from Behavioral and Environmental Economics. He holds a master's degree in Anthropology & Development from the London School of Economics, and BAs in Business Engineering (Solvay), Philosophy and Anthropology from Université Libre de Bruxelles 

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Doctoral fellow in Sociology, OSC / LIEPP affiliate

After graduating from the Master in Sociology and Social Research at the University of Trento, Marta began her PhD in sociology at the OSC and LIEPP laboratories under the supervision of Carlo Barone. Her study focuses on the relationship between economic instability and early skills development. Using the longitudinal study ELFE, first, she will assess the descriptive patterns of this relation and how they differ by parental social position. Second, she will investigate the mechanisms that account for this link, in order to facilitate the design of future public policies.

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Doctoral fellow in sociology, LIEPP/OSC

Graduated from the Master in Economic and Social Sciences at Bocconi University in 2016, Federico joined the LIEPP and the Observatoire Sociologique du Changement (OSC) in September 2017, where he is pursuing his PhD in Sociology under the supervision of Emanuele Ferragina. In his dissertation, Federico explores the relations between labour market outsiderness and informal care regimes in Europe.

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Doctoral fellow in Economics at KU Leuven / LIEPP affiliate

 

Hélène is a PhD in Economics candidate at KU Leuven. She is mainly interested in the interconnection between firms' structural organisation and productivity with a particular focus on the importance of management diversity for innovation and growth. Her thesis is jointly supervised by Prof. Jan de Loecker (KU Leuven) and Prof. Philippe Aghion (LSE, Collège de France). 

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Doctoral fellow in Sociology, OSC / LIEPP affiliate

After studies in social sciences at the ENSAE and the ENS Cachan, Olivier Monso joined the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies, then in 2011 the Education Ministerial Statistical Department. He is expert in the analysis of educational inequalities. He is involved in several studies on the comparison between public and private sector, social segregation and territorial inequalities in education. He also works on building methodological tools for studying and managing the educational system.  

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Doctoral fellow in Economics, Sciences Po Departement of Economics / LIEPP affiliate

Pierre Villedieu is a PhD student in Economics at Sciences Po under the supervision of Pierre Cahuc. His research interests center mainly on labor economics and in particular on the study of discrimination in hiring. After joining the ENS of Cachan in the Economics and Management department in 2013, he continued his studies at the ENSAE, specializing in quantitative analysis methods. He holds an engineering degree from ENSAE as well as a master's degree in economics from the University of Paris-Saclay.

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Doctoral fellow in political science, LIEPP/CEE

Paulus Wagner’s research at LIEPP-Sciences Po focuses on connections between changes in welfare regimes and voting for radical and populist political parties amongst « advanced liberal democracies » during the 2010s. 

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Thesis completed

Deputy Head of Local Taxation and Endowments, Finance and Purchasing Department at the City of Paris

PhD in political science (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in January 2017)

Camille Allé is currently Deputy Head of Local Taxation and Endowments, Finance and Purchasing Department at the City of Paris

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Postdoctoral Fellow, APCLIMPTER project, Centre Emile Durkheim

PhD in sociology, LIEPP/CSO (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in September 2020)

 

Alexis Aulagnier has a PhD in sociology. He was a doctoral fellow at LIEPP/CSO from 2015 to 2018 and he defended his thesis "Réduire sans contraindre. Le gouvernement des pratiques agricoles à l'épreuve des pesticides" under the supervision of Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier and Jean-Noël Jouzel in September 2020.

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PhD in Sociology, OSC / LIEPP affiliate

Célia completed a PhD in Sociology at the OSC and LIEPP laboratories, under the supervision of Anne Revillard and Philippe Coulangeon. Her research focuses on the measures and mechanisms of social inequalities, particularly those related to disability and gender. In her thesis, defended in January 2022, she combines an exploitation of the French Employment Survey and a campaign of semi-structured interviews to analyze the social positions allocated in France to various subpopulations with disabilities, in comparison with able-bodied people. From February 2022, she begins a one-year contract at the Mission pour la place des femmes at the CNRS as head of gender inequality surveys. 

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Research fellow at the National Institute of Demographic Studies (INED)

PhD in sociology (thesis finaned by LIEPP and defended in December 2019)

Louise Caron has a PhD in sociology. He was a doctoral fellow at LIEPP/OSC from 2015 to 2018 and she defended her thesis "De l’immigration permanente aux migrations circulaires. L’expérience de la (re)migration dans les trajectoires individuelles en France" under the supervision of Mirna Safi in December 2019. 

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Assistant professor at University of Cergy-Pontoise

Ph. D. in economics, (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in February 2017)  

Guillaume Chapelle is an assistant professor at the University of Cergy-Pontoise. 

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Economist, Banque de France

PhD in economics, (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in October 2018)

Jean-Benoit Eyméoud is economist at Banque de France and fellow at LIEPP SciencesPo. He received his PhD in November 2018 from SciencesPo. He has a PhD in sociology. He was a doctoral fellow at LIEPP/Département d'économie de Sciences from 2015 to 2018 and he defended his thesis "Housing and Discrimination in Economics: an Empirical Approach using Big Data and Natural Experiments" under the supervision of Etienne Wasmer in October 2018.

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Education Policy Analyst and Project Manager at OECD Directorate for Education and Skills

Doctor in Economics (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in 2017)

Pierre Gouëdard is currently an analyst at the OECD Directorate for Education and Skills.

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Postdoctoral fellow, ANR project Organizations in Crisis (CrisOrg) at CSO

PhD in sociology, LIEPP/CSO (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in March 2021)

 

Anne Moyal has a PhD in sociology. She was a doctoral fellow at LIEPP/CSO from 2015 to 2018 and she defended her thesis "Une liberté sous contraintes ? Rationalisation des pratiques des professionnels libéraux de soins primaires en maisons de santé pluriprofessionnelles en France" under the supervision of Henri Bergeron in March 2021. 

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Economist at the Central Bank of Luxembourg

PhD in Economics (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in 2020)

Julien Pascal is currently economist at the Central Bank of Luxembourg. He has a PhD in sociology. He was a doctoral fellow at LIEPP/Département d'économie de Sciences Po from 2016 to 2019 and he defended his thesis "The Dynamics of Wage Inequalities: a Search-And-Matching Approach" under the supervision of Jean-Marc Robin in June 2020.

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Postdoctoral research fellow at Center for Social Conflict and Cohesion StudiesUniversity of Chili, Santiago.

Ph.D. in Sociology, (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in November 2019).

Quentin Ramond is a post-doctoral fellow at the Center for Social Conflict and Cohesion Studies, University of Chile, Santiago. He was a doctoral fellow at LIEPP/OSC from 2014 to 2017 and he defended his thesis "Trajectoires résidentielles et choix scolaires des classes moyennes. Statut d’occupation du logement, ségrégation et action publique locale dans la métropole parisienne" under the supervision of Marco Oberti in November 2019.

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Policy/Political Advisor, European Parliament 

PhD in Economics, (thesis financed by LIEPP and defended in October 2019)

Max Viskanic is a political adviser at the European Parliament. He holds a PhD in economics.

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