Educational Policies Research Group is hiring

Three research assistants
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Le LIEPP recrute:

Trois assistants de recherche à temps complet ou à temps partiel pour l'axe Politiques éducatives

FONCTIONS

Poste 1: 

Placé(e) sous la responsabilité des directeurs de l’axe de recherche « Politiques éducatives » du LIEPP et de la secrétaire générale du LIEPP, vous serez en charge de rédiger une revue de la littérature sur le lien entre compétences socio-comportementales et éducation. Fiche de poste.

Poste 2:

Placé(e) sous la responsabilité des directeurs de l’axe de recherche « Politiques éducatives » du LIEPP et de la secrétaire générale du LIEPP, vous serez en charge de mener une comparaison internationale sur le lien entre origine sociale et aspirations scolaires et professionnelles à partir des données PISA/PIRLS. Fiche de poste.

Poste 3:

Placé(e) sous la responsabilité des directeurs de l’axe de recherche « Politiques éducatives » du LIEPP et de la secrétaire générale du LIEPP, vous serez en charge de rédiger une revue de la littérature sur les politiques d’ouverture sociale dans l’enseignement supérieur à l’échelle nationale et internationale : descriptif des actions, analyses qualitatives, impacts quantitatifs. Fiche de poste.

COMPÉTENCES REQUISES

- Diplôme de master ou plus en sciences humaines et sociales (sociologie, sciences politiques, économie, psychologie).

- Connaissance des méthodes statistiques

- Excellente maîtrise de l’anglais écrit et parlé.

- Grande capacité de synthèse et de rédaction pour la préparation des publications et des comptes rendus.

- Grande capacité d’organisation et rigueur, sens de l’initiative et arbitrage des priorités.

- Autonomie

- Excellente maîtrise des outils bureautiques (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet, messagerie). 

- Une connaissance des thèmes de recherche de l’axe « Politiques éducatives » et/ou du champ de l’évaluation des politiques publiques serait un atout.

STATUT

- Contrat à durée déterminée de 3 mois. Temps complet (36h30 heures / semaine). Possibilité d’un temps partiel sur une plus longue période.

- Rémunération : 2270€ bruts/mois (pour un temps plein).

PROCÉDURE DE RECRUTEMENT

Les entretiens auront lieu avec Elise Huillery et Carlo Barone, codirecteurs de l’axe Politiques éducatives du LIEPP, et Andreana Khristova, secrétaire générale du LIEPP.

Merci d'adresser votre candidature (CV+LM) liepp@sciencespo.fr en indiquant dans le sujet du message « Candidature – AR politiques éducatives - 1, 2 ou 3».

Candidature souhaitée avant le 20 septembre.

Solidarity with Fariba Adelkhah

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We were shocked to learn of the arrest in Iran of our colleague Fariba Adelkhah and her detention for apparently several weeks, with no possibility of contact with the French authorities.

Fariba Adelkhah, a research professor at Sciences Po’s Center for International Research (CERI), is an anthropologist and a specialist in Iranian society. She has published numerous books, notably on the question of modernity (Being Modern in Iran, Columbia University Press, 2004). She has also worked on the topic of public space in Afghanistan. Her current research focuses on the Shia clerical institution and she was, for this purpose, carrying out field work in Qom.

The importance and originality of Fariba Adelkhah's works have been acclaimed internationally. We are privileged to have such a distinguished scholar in our academic community at Sciences Po. Her arrest and prolonged detention constitute an infringement of basic human rights and of academic freedom.

We wish to convey to Fariba and her family our warmest support and our strong hope for her quick release.

The Sciences Po Faculty

You will find on the CERI website a list of some of Fariba Adelkhah's publications

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Experimental methods in social stratification research

September 26th and 27th
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LIEPP is happy to invite you to attend it's

‘Experimental methods in social stratification research’ workshop

on September 26th and et 27th

LIEPP - 254, boulevard Saint Germain

Register here (per session)

 

Program

September 26th

  • 14.00-14.30: WELCOME
  • 14.30-17.00: INEQUALITIES IN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 

- C. Barone, Sciences Po (with E. Chambuleyron, R. Vonnak, G. Assirelli), The impact of shared book reading interventions on children’s skills: a meta-analysis of randomised experiments 

- T. Gerosa, University of Milan Bicocca (with G. Argentin, G. Assirelli, and M. Moscatelli), The impact of relational and collaboration skills on teachers' effectiveness: results from a large scale randomized controlled trial

- T. Keller, TÁRKI Social Research, Big Fish at Little Desks: A Large Randomized Field Experiment for Peer Effects on Students’ Academic Self-Concept

- E. Huillery, Université de Paris Dauphine (with Y. Algan, A. Bouguen, C. Chevallier), The impact of a large-Scale mindset intervention on school outcomes: experimental evidence from France

  • 17.00-18.00: COFFEE BREAK & OPEN DISCUSSION ON OPPORTUNITIES FOR COLLABORATIONS & JOINT PROJECTS  

September 27th

  • 9.30-11.30: INEQUALITIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION

- Melinda Erdmann & Irena Pietrzyk, WZB, Does extensive guidance counseling of high school students reduce social inequalities in their intention to study? 

- B. Compet, LMU Munich, Why women choose 'female‘ fields of study. Analysing mechanisms behind horizontal sex segregation with survey experiments

- E. Herbaut, Sciences Po (with K. Geven), What works to reduce inequalities in Higher Education ? A systematic review of the (Quasi-)Experimental literature on outreach and financial aid

  • 11.30-11.40: COFFEE BREAK
  • 11.40-13.00: INEQUALITIES IN ACADEMIC RESEARCH 

- N. Kulic & K. Gërxhani , European University Institute (with F. Liechti), Gender bias in academic promotions, myth or reality? Evidence from a factorial survey experiment

- A. Rusconi, H. Solga, WZB, Appointment standards for professors in international and disciplinary comparison

  • 13.00-14.00: LUNCH
  • 14.00-16.00: LABOUR MARKET INEQUALITIES 

- G. Birkelund, University of Oslo (with B. Lancee, E. Larsen, J. Polavieja, J. Radl, R. Yemane), Do employers discriminate by gender? Evidence from six comparative cross-national harmonized field experiments

- V. Di Stasio, Utrecht University, Free to move, free to work? The employment opportunities of European migrants across Europe 

- B. Vicari, IAB (with M. Abraham), When do employers accept occupational mismatches?  A vignette study on German employers’ selection behaviour

Full program

 

Le CV vidéo : un outil favorisant la recherche d'emploi des personnes avec et sans handicaps

Seminar on September 25th 2019, 12:30 - 14:30
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LIEPP's Discriminations and Social Inequalities Research Group is happy to invite you to the seminar:

Le CV vidéo : un outil favorisant la recherche d'emploi des personnes avec et sans handicaps

Wednesday September 25th, 12:30 - 14:30

room 911
9, rue de la Chaise

Register here

(sandwiches served)

Presentation: 

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "Charles Bellemare"  Charles Bellemare

  Professor of Economics, Université Laval (Canada)

 

 

 

 

Title of the paper : " Physical Disability and Labor Market Discrimination: Evidence from a Field Experiment" (with Marion Goussé, Guy Lacroix, and Steeve Marchand)

We investigate the determinants and extent of labor market discrimination toward people with physical disabilities using a large scale field experiment. Applications were randomly sent to 1477 private firms advertising open positions. We find that average callback rates of non-disabled and disabled applicants are respectively 14.4% and 7.2%. We find this differential does not result from accessibility constraints related to firm infrastructures. We also find that mentioning eligibility to a government subsidy to cover the cost of workplace adaptation does not increase callback rates. Finally, we estimate that a lower bound of the proportion of discriminating firms is 49.7%.

Discussion:

Mathéa Boudinet Mathéa Boudinet

 PhD student in sociology, OSC Sciences Po

 

 

 

« Histories, practices and policies of disability »

Conference on September 5th and 6th
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LIEPP's Discriminations and Social Inequalities Research Group is a partner of the conference

« Histories, practices and policies of disability. International, comparative and transdisciplinary perspectives »

on September 5th and 6th 2019 at University of Cologne

Conference organized by ALTER - European Society for Disability Research, at the University of Cologne on 5-6 September 2019. This international and interdisciplinary meeting intersects with reflections on disability and related policies.

Two LIEPP members will present papers:

Célia Bouchet (OSC-LIEPP): “Disability and occupational inequalities in France: a quantitative and sequential approach”

Anne Revillard (OSC-LIEPP): “Specialization in the disability sector: insights into a less visible form of labor market segmentation”

Full program of the conference.

Complete list of abstracts.