Camille ALLÉ

Doctoral fellow in political science, LIEPP/CEE (2012 - 2015)
(thesis defended in January 2017)

LIEPP-Sciences Po, CEE
Political science
Political science
Economic Policies (fiscal, finances)

Bio :

Camille Allé defended her thesis ""Les politiques des finances locales : transformations des relations financières central/local en France (1970-2010)" in January 2017.

Camille Allé undertook a thesis under the supervision of Patrick Le Galès, affiliated to LIEPP and the Centre d’études européennes. Her research focus on the reorganization the financial relationships between the central State and the subnational level of government in France since the 1980s.

After three years of preparatory class in Arts and Social Sciences, Camille Allé joined the ‘Urban and Territorial Strategies’ Master degree of Sciences Po. She wrote a research thesis on the negotiations between elected representatives and promoters for the control of commercial urban planning. She also worked in a consulting firm specialized in commercial urban planning and participated in the realization of a study of the local intermunicipal plans of town planning, led by the ‘Assemblée des communautés de France’ (The Assembly of French Local Intermunicipalities).

Camille Allé is currently working at the Assemblée des communautés de France