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Alongside, LIEPP has established a network of non-academic partners with institutions responsible for evaluations and public actors who request and use evaluations. These partnerships take several forms: funding for research projects, regular collaborations around the organization of events, and data access.

Co-financed by the Fondation Internationale de la Recherche Appliquée sur le Handicap (FIRAH) and Agefiph, a participatory research project studying the factors of professional precariousness of women with disabilities is being conducted at the OSC and LIEPP. The research is being conducted in partnership with six associations (Agefiph, APF-France handicap, Femmes pour le Dire, Femmes pour Agir (FDFA), Fibromyalgie France, Accompagner, promouvoir et intégrer les déficients visuels (apiDV) and LADAPT).

LIEPP is financially supported by the AXA Research Fund for the research project Male family careers: adapting to a new phenomenon led by Hiroko Umegaki

LIEPP was the academic partner of the "Secure professional career paths" chair (2019). This chair is managed by the Fondation du Risque (research fund). It gathers researchers from Sciences Po and the Groupe des Écoles Nationales d'Économie et Statistique (GENES) which includes in particular the Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Economique (ENSAE) and the Center for Research in Economics and Statistics (CREST). More information.

LIEPP has many collaborations with the City of Paris. The laboratory carried out a study on free public transport (2018) coordinated by Quentin David. LIEPP has also been selected to carry out the evaluation of the climate and social impacts of the OASIS project. This European project, coordinated by the City of Paris, aims to transform the playgrounds of Parisian schools and midle schools into adapted "oases". More recently, LIEPP was asked to conduct a study on the dynamics of RSA beneficiaries in Paris, in collaboration with the CAF de Paris and Pôle Emploi. 

LIEPP, in partnership with the Commissariat général à l’égalité des territoires (CGET), made a research condicted by Nina Guyon aiming to evaluate the effects of the National Program for Urban Renovation (2017).

LIEPP and the Urban School of Sciences Po have collaborated with the Crédit foncier de France to study home ownership policies. The aim was to draw lessons for the French case and to identify the positive and negative effects of particular schemes. More information. 

A team of researchers from LIEPP and IPP was selected as part of a call for projects from DARES on the evaluation program of the impact of the training "Recruit without discriminating" on the diversity of recruitments.

The 'Direction de l'évaluation, de la prospective et de la performance', (DEPP) part of the 'Ministère de l'éducation nationale', is another supporter of LIEPP, which tasked it to carry the "Stereotypes, self-censorship and academic success" project. This project studies the negative effects of stereotypes associated with disadvantaged social classes on students' success in school (2016). More information.

LIEPP is working with the ‘École Nationale Supérieure de Sécurité Sociale’ (EN3S) on projects on redistribution and socio-fiscal models of social protection under the direction of Michaël Zemmour. More information

The Foundation de France called on a LIEPP team, led by Daniel Benamouzig and Henri Bergeron to investigate the role of private philanthropy in the health sector (2014). More information

LIEPP received a financial support from the 'Fonds d'Expérimentation pour la Jeunesse' (FEJ, the Experimental Youth-Development Fund) to conduct a multiannual assessment of mediation schemes against violence and harassment in high school and of the prevalence of violence in middle school (2015). More information.

In partnership with France Stratégie, LIEPP conducted an interdisciplinary evaluation of the Tax Credit for the Competitiveness and the Employment project (Crédit d'impôt pour la compétitivité et l'emploi /CICE) and the potential obstacles of its implementation. This ex-post evaluation mobilizes an interdisciplinary research team and various methodological tools. More information.

LIEPP has received a post-doctoral grant from the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation for the evaluation of the simplification plans in higher education and research conducted by Clément Pin and Agnès van Zanten.

Several evaluations were made by the LIEPP for the French National Assembly: a study on the policies of articulation between family and professional life and policies towards families (2015) as well as a study on the tax exemption policies for the development of personal services (2018).

A research project of LIEPP on Economics of Housing and Public Policy Evaluation (ECHOPPE) led by Etienne Wasmer was selected by the French National Research Agency within the Generic call for proposals in 2017.

LIEPP provided trainings in public policy evaluation methodology to inspectors of the Inspection générale des affaires sociales (General Inspectorate of Social Affairs - IGAS).

LIEPP also benefited from the financial support of the OECD for the creation of a report about the pros and cons of a single contract of employment and its ability to reduce dualism in the labour market. Read the report and the Policy Brief (in french).

In association with Reporters without Borders (RSF) (2017), LIEPP launched a research project looking at: “Who Owns the Media? Capital, Governance and Independence”. This study, led by Julia Cagé and Etienne Fize, aimed to examine the governance and ownership structures of the general media in developed countries. More information.

The Women on Business Chair, founded by LIEPP and the Centre pour l'entrepreunariat is a research and teaching chair whose objective is to create and to evaluation interventions aimed at reducing the barriers that women face in their careers. This chair is supported by the patronage of the CHANEL Foundation, Goldman Sachs, AXA Research Fund and Pepsico. 


  • Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL)
  • Académie de Paris
  • Agence nationale pour la rénovation urbaine (ANRU)
  • Apprentis d'Auteil
  • Association Nationale des Sociétés par Actions (ANSA)
  • Caisse nationale des Allocations familiales (Cnaf)
  • Chaire pour l'entreprenariat des femmes de Sciences Po
  • Chaire Santé de Sciences Po
  • Chaire sécurisation des parcours professionels
  • Conseil d'analyse économique (CAE)
  • Conseil économique, social et environnemental (CESE)
  • Conseil national d’évaluation du système scolaire (CNESCO)
  • Council for European Studies (CES)
  • Cour des comptes
  • Direction de la recherche, des études, de l’évaluation et des statistiques (DREES) 
  • Eureval
  • European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR)
  • European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR)
  • Fédération Française des Maisons et Pôles de Santé (FFMPS)
  • France Médiation
  • Inspection générale des finances (IGF)
  • Institut des politiques publiques (IPP)
  • Institut d'Economie Publique (IDEP)
  • Institut national de la statistique et des études économiques (INSEE)
  • International Public Policy Association (IPPA) 
  • KPMG (cabinet d'audit)
  • La fabrique de la loi
  • Maisons d'édition Galimmard jeunesse et Nathan
  • Ministère de la culture et de la communication
  • PADEMIA (Parliamentary Democracy in Europe)
  • Society for Institutional & Organizational Economics (SIOE)
  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC)