Patrick Le Galès

Elected president of SASE
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Patrick Le Galès, CNRS Research director at the Centre d’études européennes end member of LIEPP, was elected as president of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) at their 2012 annual meeting hosted by MIT.

Founded in 1989, the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE) is an international, inter-disciplinary organization with members in over 50 countries on five continents. The academic disciplines represented in SASE include economics, sociology, political science, management, psychology, law, history, and philosophy.

SASE is pays much attention to topics related to institutions and to regulation of the economy. Among others, SASE regularly publishes the Socio- Economic Review, edited by Oxford University Press. The general secretariat run by Martha Zuber is based in Science Po’s Centre for Sociology of Organisations.

As economic sociology and comparative political economy have been considerably developed at Sciences Po over the last few years, its academics became more involved in  SASE.
Three years ago, Patrick Le Galès, Christine Musselin and Cornelia Woll were elected members of the executive committee, as was recently Marion Fourcade, Co-Director of
MaxPo, a new research centre jointly established by Sciences Po and the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies.

During the 2012 annual meeting, hosted by the MIT, Patrick Le Galès was elected as SASE president. His tenure will last until the 2013 annual meeting. This up-coming meeting, hosted by the University of Milan, will be dedicated to States in Crisis.

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Recasting institutionalism

Seminar LIEPP/CEE (25 Oct 2012)
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Recasting Institutionalism:
Institutional Analysis and Public Policy

LIEPP/ CEE Seminar

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Sciences Po
Salle H401
28, rue des Saints Pères
75007 Paris

10:15 - 12:15

Speakers:

Bruno Dente (Politecnico Milan, Visiting Professor, Sciences Po, LIEPP and CEE)

Bruno Dente is professor of Public Policy Analysis at the Politecnico di Milano. His last book is La decisioni di policy - Come si prendono, come si studiano, Bologna, il Mulino, 2011.

Claudio Radaelli (University of Exeter)

Claudio Radaelli is professor of Political Sciences and director of the Centre for European Governance at the University of Exeter. His last edited book is T. Exadaktlyos and C. Radaelli (Eds) Research Design in European Studies Establishing Causality in Europeanization, Houndsmill, Basingstoke, Palgrave MacMillan, 2012.

Samuel Dossi (European Commission, DG Reglo Evaluation Unit)

Samuel Dossi is an officer at the European Commission, DG Reglo (Evaluation Unit). He submitted his PhD dissertation is political science (University of Exeter) in July 2012. He recently published "Urban Governance Encounters Europeanization: the Case of the Community Initiative URBAN II in Bordeaux and Genoa", Regional and Federal Studies, 22(2), 2012.

Collective discussion introduced by Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, CEE, CNRS)

 

Open seminar - No registration required

La décentralisation en Italie

Seminar with Bruno Dente (17 Oct 2012)
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Montée et déclin de la décentralisation en Italie

Seminaire avec Bruno Dente

Mercredi 17 octobre 2012

Sciences Po
Salle du Conseil
13, rue de l'Université
75007 Paris

Intervenant

Bruno Dente est professeur en Politiques Publiques au Politecnico de Milan, Italie. Ses recherches portent sur l'administration publique, les politiques publiques et le gouvernement local dans une perspetive comparée. Il a travaillé sur les politiques environnementales, la gouvernance urbaine et métropolitaine et les reformes de l'administration.

Discussant

Francesca Artioli est doctorante en science politique à Sciences Po, CEE. Sa thèse porte sur les effets urbains des restructurations de la défense nationale et sur la manière dont ils sont gouvernés dans les villes. Sa recherche est basée sur une comparaison entre six villes en Italie et en France.

Entrée libre sous réserve de places disponibles

Contact: francesca.artioli@sciences-po.org

 

Power of collective inaction

Joint seminar LIEPP/MAXPO (15 Oct 2012)
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The Power of Collective Inaction: Bailouts in Comparative Perspective

Joint Seminar LIEPP and MAXPO

Monday, October 15th, 2012

Sciences Po
Salle du Conseil
13 rue de l'Université
75007 Paris

12:30 - 14:30

Speaker: Cornelia Woll

Cornelia Woll is the co-director of MAXPO and LIEPP. A political scientist, she studies economic policy-making in industrialized countries, most notable financial regulation and trade. She is the author of Firm Interests: How Governments Shape Business Lobbying on Global Trade (Cornell University Press, 2008), and has published widely on lobbying in Europe and the United States on international trade, the liberalization of service sectors and network industries, the transformation of business-government relations, the Europeanization of economic policy domains and French business representation.

Discussion introduced by: Philippe Martin

Philippe Martin is currently chairman of the Economic Department at Sciences-Po Paris. His research focuses on international economics (trade and international macroeconomics) and economic geography.

To register to attend the seminar please contact: liepp@sciences-po.fr

EU Non-Compliance on Multiple Levels

September 25, 2012
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Séminaire de recherche sur l’intégration européenne
(CEE/CERI/CEVIPOF en association avec le LIEPP)

Non-Compliance on multiple levels : The EU’s Achille’s Heel?

Tuesday, 25 September 2012  - 12:30-14:00

Room J211
13, rue de l’Université
75007 Paris

Speaker : Gerda Falkner (University of Vienna and visiting Professor at Sciences Po, CEE and LIEPP)