Les chercheurs

Charlene Belma holds since 2019 a bachelor’s degree in social sciences and obtained a master’s degree in development economics in 2022, from the university Paris-Dauphine/PSL. Throughout her academic years, Charlene has completed several internships and worked on multiple subjects in social sciences with a multidisciplinary approach. Charlene is currently a research assistant at LIEPP for the “Diagnostic RSA Jeunes de 25 à 30 ans” project.

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PhD in economics / LIEPP affiliate

Reserach Assistant - Projet IDEE

Graduate from Sciences Po/Bocconi Double Degree and a Master Research in Economics at Paris Dauphine University, Montserrat Montserrat defended her thesis in economics in February 2022 at the University of Orléans under the supervision of Alexis Direr. Her PhD dissertation studies wealth inequality through a demographics and fiscal approach. 

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, REF-SANTE project

Matthias Brunn is a post-doctoral researcher at the LIEPP and associated with the CEPEL research unit, department of political science, University of Montpellier/CNRS. Matthias Brunn is part of the research team of the "Genesis of Medical Entry Reform" component of the REF-SANTE project

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Research assistant for the Women in Business Chair at Sciences Po

María José González est assistante de recherche pour la Chaire pour l’emploi et l’entrepreneuriat des femmes de Sciences Po. Diplômée du Master Analyse et Politique Économique de la Paris School of Economics, elle détient également une licence en économie de l’Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne. Elle s’est intéressée à la thématique du genre au cours de ses études, notamment aux problématiques de participation au marché de l’emploi et aux politiques familiales. Dans le cadre de son mémoire de Master, elle s’est intéressée à l’effet de la distribution du temps dans le bien-être subjectif selon le genre. Elle a également travaillé auprès de la Banque Mondiale en tant qu’assistante de recherche pour un projet portant sur l’effet de la loi du divorce sur la participation des femmes au marché de l’emploi chilien.

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Research Assistant - OrgAPP

Florian has a degree in sociology and anthropology (Master's degree in research with a specialisation in cities and territories in 2009), as well as in social engineering (State Diploma in 2018). He is involved in the OrgAPP project: Organising Prescription-based Physical Activity. This project is linked to the PrescAPP research project, which is led by the Max Weber Centre (Lyon - Saint-Etienne) and in which Florian has been participating since 2019. These two projects deal with the public action of "sport santé", and more particularly with the medical prescription of adapted physical activity. They aim to question the production and reception processes of this public action.

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Postdoctoral Research Fellow - OrgAPP

Marie-Amélie Lauzanne is a post-doctoral researcher at LIEPP in the Orgapp project, in continuity of the Prescapp project for which she was previously hired for 15 months.

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Research Assistant - SERMON

Emma Molina is a research assistant for the project "Side Effects of Role Model interventiON", led by Ms. Catherine Vernies, within the LIEPP. After obtaining a double degree in psychology and social sciences, she pursued her studies in the master of social psychology in the Social Change, Intervention and Regulation (CSIR) course at Université Paris Cité, where she obtained her master in psychology. Before joining the SERMON project, she participated in the 123CP and INSPIRE research projects. 

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Alice Pavie is a PhD student in sociology at LEST (Aix-Marseille University). Her research focuses on programs designed to promote equal opportunities. In particular, she has worked on the Conventions Éducation Prioritaire. She is working on a project to evaluate the effects of the admissions reform at Sciences Po.

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Research Assistant - Evaluation de l'Animation de la vie sociale (CNAF)

Corentin is a research assistant in charge of the design of the evaluation methodology and the evaluation of "Animation de la Vie Sociale", a social public policy driven by the French State agency "Caisse Nationale d'Allocations Familiales" (CNAF), recognised as a complex intervention.

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Mathieu Rossignol-Brunet is a PhD student in sociology at CERTOP, Toulouse II Jean Jaurès University. His research focuses on orientation choices from secondary school to higher education and study trajectories, mainly using quantitative methods and the exploitation of Admission Post Bac and Parcousup databases.

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