LIEPP Graduate Student Seminar

LIEPP Graduate Student Seminar 2018-2019

Coordinated by : Quoc Anh Do and Anne Revillard
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The LIEPP Graduate Student Seminar is open to all Sciences Po doctoral students with an interest in interdisciplinary dialogue and/or policy evaluation. The main aim of the seminar is to provide support for graduate student research and professional development. The seminar is also conceived as a way to increase interdisciplinary dialogue between graduate students and faculty, developing their research on public-policy related issues in economics, political science and sociology. The seminar provides opportunities for all involved researchers to get closer knowledge of the various research fields within LIEPP , creating opportunities for informal exchange, as well as formal collaboration. The seminar is based on student presentations of their on-going research, followed by an open discussion and faculty feedback. Furthermore, the seminar includes regular presentations by faculty members and visiting researchers on topics of interest to doctoral students.

Schedule for the 2018-2019 season 

The seminar will be held from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm (sandwich lunch will be provided) in LIEPP's conference room, except where noted (254 boulevard St Germain, 1st floor ; Press the button P, then ring the bell on the right).

To particiapte please register here

Tuesday October 23rd


Wednesday October 31st

  • Max Viskanic: "Finding the Warmth of other Suns? Migrant Relocation, Extreme Votes and Hate Crimes"
  • Jean-Louis Keene: “State Capacity, Governance and Access to Health Care in Sub-Saharan Africa” 

Wednesday December 19th

Short presentations of

  • Célia Bouchet
  • Barthélémy Michalon
  • Julia Mink: "Broken homes and empty pantries: The impact of separation on household food consumption"

Wednesday January 30th 2019


Wednesday February 20th 2019

  • Barthélémy Michalon: Le Code de Conduite contre les discours illégaux de haine en ligne: auto-régulation, co-régulation ou pré-régulation?
  •  Anne Moyal: Deux logiques d’organisation des soins en Maisons de Santé : la domination médicale à l’épreuve de la coordination 

Wednesday March 13th 2019

  • Julien Pascal: "Labor Earnings Dynamics along the Business Cycle"
  • Clément Pin: "Construire et présenter des indicateurs qualitatifs de mise en oeuvre. Le cas du plan de simplification pour l’enseignement supérieur et la recherche"

Wednesday April 17th 2019

  • Philippa Mullins (LSE, visiting PhD at OSC): Civil society actors around disability in Russia: negotiating policy change in a semi-authoritarian environment
  • Edgard Dewitte: It Takes Money to Make MPs: New Evidence from 150 Years of British Campaign Spending

Wednesday June 5th 2019

  • Clémence Tricaud: Better Alone? Evidence on the costs of intermunicipal cooperation. 
  • Max Viskanic

Wednesday June 26th 2019