Alejandra Arbeláez Ayala is a research assistant of Sciences Po's Women in Business Chair. She also supports the work of REF-SANTE project. She obtained a master’s degree in Applied Economics with a major in Public Policy and Development at the Paris School of Economics and a bachelor’s degree in Economics at the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia. She has also done an academic exchange program at the Toulouse School of Economics in 2014. Prior to joining the LIEPP, she worked as a research assistant at Fundación Corona (a Colombian NGO) and at the Center for Studies on Economic Development (CEDE) of the Universidad de los Andes. Recently, she did an internship at the OECD to support the elaboration of the Initial Report on PISA 2018. Alejandra is interested in policy-oriented research in education, labor market and gender issues.
Research assistant, REF-SANTE
Christophe Birolini holds a master's degree in sociology from the University of Paris-Saclay. He is starting PhD thesis at the University of Paris in 2020. His research interests include elite education, education, elites, socialization and humor.
Research assistant for the Environmental Policies Research Group of LIEPP
Nathalia Capellini is currently conducting a literature review on evaluations of ecological transition policies (approaches, methods, indicators, etc.).
Research Assistant, REF-SANTE project
Léon Marbach is a research assistant at LIEPP, in charge of the coordination of the REF-SANTE project. He also works with Dr. Agnès van Zanten on the ACCESUP project. He received a MA in Social Policy at Sciences Po, a BA in Social Sciences & Economics at Sciences Po, and a BS in Applied Mathematics & Computer Science at Université Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne 1. He was also a visiting student at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Prior to joining the LIEPP, he worked as a research assistant at the Annenberg Institute at Brown University. Léon is interested in higher education and quantitative methods. Léon is interested in higher education and quantitative methods.
Research assistant for the Women in Business Chair at Sciences Po
Helena Massardier is a research assistant for the Women in Business Chair at Sciences Po. She holds a Master's degree in Public Policy from Sciences Po, a Master's degree in Political Theory from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Laval University (Canada). Helena worked two years as a research assistant in the Department of Political Science at Laval University and became interested in gender equality issues during her internship at the Secrétariat à la condition féminine in Québec and at Laval University’s Feminist Summer School.
Clément Pin is a sociologist and a politicial scientist, member of LIEPP at Sciences Po.
Oscar Smallenbroek is a post-doctoral researcher at LIEPP since January 2020 in the framework of the social impact assessment of the "Cours d'écoles OASIS", a FEDER UIA project (UIA03-344) aiming at transforming urban spaces to adapt them to climate change. His general interests include stratification, gender and personal values. In the past, he has examined how social structures shape personal values and how these values affect behaviour, including choices about education, occupation, marriage and the division of labour within the household. He received a B.A. in psychology from Carleton University in Canada, an M.Sc. in sociology from the University of Tilburg in the Netherlands, and a Ph.D. from the European University Institute in Florence, Italy.