Discrimination positive à la française

Discrimination positive à la française : les politiques de diversité dans l'entreprise en France.

Derniers événements de l'axe

 

Les publications de l'axe:

  • Anne REVILLARD, Les inégalités de genre dans l’enseignement supérieur et la recherche: Discussion autour du LIEPP Policy Brief nº14 LIEPP Working Paper [Methodological Discussion Paper] n°34bis, octobre 2014
  • Pierre DESCHAMPS, José DE SOUSA, Labor Mobility and Racial Discrimination LIEPP Working Paper , n°35, December 2014
  • Amy G. MAZUR, Does Feminist Policy Matter in Post Industrial Democracies? A Proposed Analytical Roadmap , LIEPP Working Paper n°42, november 2015
  • François BONNET, Etienne LALÉ, Mirna SAFI, Etienne WASMER, Better residential than ethnic discrimination! Reconciling audit's findings and interviews'findings in the Parisian housing market LIEPP Working Paper n° 36, février 2015
  • François BONNET, Robert ELLICKSON, Etienne LALÉ, David LAITIN, Mirna SAFI, Etienne WASMER, Better residential than ethnic discrimination! LIEPP Working Paper [Methodological Discussion Paper] n°38bis, September 2015
  • Anne REVILLARD, La réception de l'action publique LIEPP Working Paper, n°55, July 2016
  • Clément BELLET, Eve SIHRA, Less Food for More Status: Caste Inequality and Conspicuous Consumption in India LIEPP Working Paper, n° 56, September 2016
  • Roger WALDINGER, Renee LUTHRA, Thomas Soehl Acquiring and Exercising Citizenship: The New Second Generation in the United States LIEPP Working Paper, n°58, October 2016
  • Aliya SAPERSTEIN, Making the Case for Racial Mobility , LIEPP Working Paper, n°69, September 2017
  • Robin STRYKER, Heidi REYNOLDS-STENSON, Krista FREDERICO Family responsibilities discrimination, HR work-family discourse and organizational mediation of US civil rights law , LIEPP Working Paper, n°70, September 2017
  • Andreas STEINHAUER, Working Moms, Childlessness, and Female Identity LIEPP Working Paper, n°79, Mai 2018
  • Fabio Quassoli, Monica Colombo, Andrea Molteni Governing through security? Institutional discourse, practices, and policies in the metropolitan city of Milan LIEPP Working Paper n°83, December 2018
  • Jean-Benoit EYMEOUD , Paul VERTIER, Gender Biases: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in French Local Elections LIEPP Working Paper n°78, April, 2018
  • Pierre DESCHAMPS, Gender Quotas in Hiring Committees: a Boon or a Bane for Women? LIEPP Working Paper, n°82, novembre 2018
  • Célia BOUCHET, Handicaps et inégalités professionnelles en France: des disparités qui se creusent au fil des parcours de vie LIEPP Working Paper n°84, mars 2019
  • Clémence BERSON, Morgane LAOUENAN, Emmanuel VALAT Outsourcing recruitment as a solution to prevent discrimination : A correspondence study LIEPP Working Paper n°104, February 2020   New
  • Mirna SAFI, Tianjian Lai, Haley McAvay Diverging Pathways : How Pre-Migration Selectivity and Initial Legal Status Shape Immigrant Outcomes in France LIEPP Working Paper n°103, January 2020   New
  • Prénom: 
    Mirna
    Nom: 
    SAFI
    Photo: 
    Champ libre profil: 

    Professeure associée à Sciences Po, Directrice de l'OSC

    Champ libre en anglais: 

    Associate Professor at Sciences Po and Head of OSC

    Bio: 

    Mirna Safi est chercheure à Sciences Po à l'OSC depuis 2007, membre du laboratoire CREST-LSQ et affiliée au LIEPP. Ses travaux portent sur l'immigration, les inégalités ethniques et raciales, les discriminations et ségregations. Actuellement, elle travaille sur les effets de l'immigration sur la stratification éthnoraciale dans la société française; les politiques antidiscriminatoires au travail, et envers la minorité éthnique; la mobilité résidentielle et le choix de la localisation. 

    Bio [english]: 

    Mirna Safi is a senior researcher at Sciences Po, internal affiliate at LIEPP, at OSC since 2007 and the member of CREST-LSQ laboratory. Her research interests include immigration, racial and ethnical inequalities, discriminations and segregations. Currently, she is working on the impacts of immigration on ethnoracial stratification within french society; anti-discriminatory policies at work and towards ethnic minority; residential mobility and location choice. 

    Page perso: 
    http://www.sciencespo.fr/osc/fr/content/mirna-safi-0
    Spécialité: 
    Sociologie
    Spécialité (en): 
    Sociology
    Prénom: 
    Louise
    Nom: 
    CARON
    Photo: 
    Champ libre profil: 

    Docteure en sociologie, LIEPP/OSC

    (Thèse soutenue en décembre 2019)

    Champ libre en anglais: 

    PhD in sociology, LIEPP/OSC

    (Thesis defended in December 2019)

    Droits photo: 
    Droits réservés
    Bio: 

    Louise Caron a soutenu sa thèse en décembre 2019 et occupe actuellement un poste de chercheuse postdoctorale à l'Université Catholique de Louvain.

    Diplômée de l'ENSAE ParisTech ainsi que du Master de recherche en sociologie de Sciences Po Paris, Louise a rejoint le LIEPP en octobre 2015 pour y réaliser une thèse de sociologie en partenariat avec l'Observatoire Sociologique du Changement (OSC) sous la direction de Mirna Safi.

    Dans sa thèse, elle s'interroge sur la complexification des trajectoires migratoires. Elle bénéficie également d'un accueil doctoral pour une durée de 3 ans à l'Ined, dans l'unité "Migrations internationales et minorités". 

    Abstract de sa thèse :

    "De l'immigration permanente aux migrations circulaires : l'exemple de la France"
    Le modèle classique d'une migration permanente ne suffit plus à rendre compte de l'hétérogénéité des trajectoires migratoires et beaucoup d'immigrés privilégient des migrations circulaires. L'essor de nouvelles formes de mobilités internationales, dont les recompositions s'étendent au-delà du groupe des immigrés, a pris une place croissante dans la recherche académique comme dans le débat politique. Pourtant, on sait peu de choses en France des immigrés qui choisissent de repartir et de l'émigration en général. 

    Adoptant une approche comparative entre plusieurs populations (immigrés, secondes générations, expatriés, originaires des Dom et Français de métropole), cette recherche s'attachera à analyser quantitativement les trajectoires migratoires pour la population française dans son ensemble et à interroger l'existence de logiques migratoires spécifiques selon les groupes. S'inscrivant dans une perspective interdisciplinaire qui s'inspirera des paradigmes économiques et sociologiques des décisions migratoires, une des ambitions de cette thèse est de réinvestir la dimension démographique des mouvements de population et de la migration comme mobilité dans l'analyse sociologique plus "classique" de l'intégration des immigrés.

    Poster du projet (juin 2017)

     

    Publications : 

    A Intergenerational Perspective on (Re) migration: Return and Onward Mobility Intentions accross Immigrant Generations, International Migration Review, 2019.    

    De qui mesure-t-on l'intégration ? Remmigration des immigrés et insertion professionnelle en France, Population 73(3), 503-542, 2018. 

    Immigration permanente ou migration temporaire ? L'indivisibilité des départs de France. In Chris Beauchemin et Mathieu Ichoy (dir.) Au-delà de la crise des migrants : décentrer le regard, Karthala, 2016. 

    Les pays européens sont-ils exclusivement des pays d'immigration ?. In Hélène Thiollet (coord.), Migrants, migrations. 50 questions pour vous faire votre opinion. Armand Colin, 2016.    

    Bio [english]: 

    Louise Caron defended her thesis in December 2019 and is currently working as a postdoctoral researcher at the Catholic University of Louvain.

    After graduating from ENSAE ParisTech (the French National School of Statistics and Economic Administration) and obtaining her Masters degree in Sociology at Sciences Po, Louise began her PhD in sociology at the LIEPP and OSC laboratories under the supervision of Dr. Mirna Safi. Her work seeks to improve understandings of the dynamics of migration and mobility in France in order to provide insight for designing and evaluating more effective migration policies. 

    ABSTRACT

    "From permanent to circular migration in France : Mapping migratory trajectories for a reconfiguration of mobility policies".

    Migration is one of the main policy challenges in Europe. Many countries are facing new skills needs and the demographic effects of an ageing population while attempting to reinforce controls on illegal immigration and improve migrants' integration. With the globalization of the economy and free circulation of persons across the EU, new forms of migration have emerged. Yet little is known about emigration and the complexity of migratory trajectories for immigrants as well as natives in France. 

    Using longitudinal data from 1975 to recent years, this thesis studies the patterns and determinants of migration and mobility of the French population as a whole using a comparative approach between several populations. In addition to economic paradigms, our method will draw on research in demography, the sociology of migration, and immigration and transnationalism studies. By taking an interdisciplinary approach, this research aims to investigate further the factors that drive migratory strategies in France in both their objective and subjective dimensions. 

    Poster of the project (June 2018)

     

    Publications : 

    A Intergenerational Perspective on (Re) migration: Return and Onward Mobility Intentions accross Immigrant Generations, International Migration Review, 2019.    

    De qui mesure-t-on l'intégration ? Remmigration des immigrés et insertion professionnelle en France, Population 73(3), 503-542, 2018. 

    Immigration permanente ou migration temporaire ? L'indivisibilité des départs de France. In Chris Beauchemin et Mathieu Ichoy (dir.) Au-delà de la crise des migrants : décentrer le regard, Karthala, 2016. 

    Les pays européens sont-ils exclusivement des pays d'immigration ?. In Hélène Thiollet (coord.), Migrants, migrations. 50 questions pour vous faire votre opinion. Armand Colin, 2016.    

    Thèse: 
    Thèse soutenue
    Prénom: 
    Camille
    Nom: 
    SCHMOLL
    Photo: 
    Droits photo: 
    Droits réservés
    Bio: 

    Camille Schmoll est maîtresse de conférences à l’université Paris 7 Denis Diderot/USPC et membre de l'Institut Universitaire de France. Ses activités de recherche portent sur les dynamiques migratoires dans l’espace euro-méditerranéen. 

    Bio [english]: 

    Camille Schmoll is a senior lecturer at Paris 7 Denis Diderot University/USPC and a member of Institut Universitaire de France. Her research activities focus on migration dynamics in the Euro-Mediterranean area.

    Page perso: 
    https://camilleschmoll.com/
    Spécialité: 
    Migrations, politiques migratoires
    Spécialité (en): 
    Migration, migration policies
    Prénom: 
    Hélène
    Nom: 
    THIOLLET
    Photo: 
    Droits photo: 
    Droits réservés
    Bio: 

    Hélène Thiollet est chargée de recherche au CNRS. Ses recherches portent sur les politiques migratoires dans les pays du Sud, elle s'intéresse particulièrement au Moyen-Orient et à l'Afrique sub-saharienne. Elle enseigne les relations internationales, la politiques comparée et l'étude des migrations internationales à Sciences Po.

    Bio [english]: 

    Hélène Thiollet is a CNRS permanent researcher. Her research focuses on the politics of migration and asylum in the Global South, and she focuses her empirical research on the Middle East and Sub-Saharan Africa. She teaches international relations, comparative poltics and migration studies at Sciences Po.

    Page perso: 
    https://www.sciencespo.fr/ceri/fr/cerispire-user/7130/1612
    Spécialité: 
    Science politique, Migrations
    Spécialité (en): 
    Political science, Migrations
    Prénom: 
    Roger
    Nom: 
    WALDINGER
    Photo: 
    Champ libre profil: 

    Roger Waldinger  is visiting LIEPP and OSC from the 20th of March to the 3rd of April, 2015.

    Champ libre en anglais: 

    Roger Waldinger  is visiting LIEPP and OSC from the 20th of March to the 3rd of April, 2015.

    Droits photo: 
    Droits réservés
    Bio: 

    Roger Waldinger is Distinguished Professor of Sociology at UCLA. He has worked on international migration throughout his career, writing on a broad set of topics, including immigrant entrepreneurship, labor markets, assimilation, the second generation, high-skilled immigration, immigration policy, and public opinion.

    Waldinger has published seven books, including The Cross-Border Connection: Immigrants, Emigrants, and their Homelands (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2015) and How the Other Half Works: Immigration and the Social Organization of Labor (University of California Press, 2003).  Waldinger is also the author of many articles and book chapters, including “The politics of cross-border engagement: Mexican emigrants and the Mexican state,” Theory and Society, V43, 5 (2014);  “Crossing Borders: International Migration in the New Century,” Contemporary Sociology, V42, 3 (2013); Inheriting the homeland? Intergenerational transmission of cross-border ties in migrant families (with Thomas Soehl), American Journal of Sociology, November (2012), V. 118:3.; “Emigrants and the Body Politic Left Behind,” (with Thomas Soehl and Nelson Lim), Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, V. 38, 5 (2012).    A 2008 Guggenheim Fellow, his research has been supported by grants from the Ford, Haines, Mellon, National Science, Sloan and Russell Sage Foundations. He received the 2012 Distinguished Career Award from the International Migration Section of the American Sociological Association.

    Contributions : 

    Roger presents his work at a OSC/LIEPP seminar on March 26, 2015 Au delà du transnationalisme : les immigrés, les émigrés et leurs pays d'origine.

    Publications:

    • Roger Waldinger and Thomas Soehl, "The Bounded Polity: The Limits to Mexican Emigrant Political Participation", Social Forces 00(00) 1–29, 2013
    • Roger Waldinger, "The politics of cross-border engagement: Mexican emigrants and the Mexican state", Theor Soc (2014) 43:483–511
    • Roger Waldinger, "Engaging from abroad: The sociology of emigrant politics", Migrat Stud (2014) 2 (3): 319-339
    • Roger Waldinger, "Immigrant transnationalism", Current Sociology Review 61(5-6) 756–777
    Bio [english]: 

    Roger Waldinger is Distinguished Professor of Sociology at UCLA. He has worked on international migration throughout his career, writing on a broad set of topics, including immigrant entrepreneurship, labor markets, assimilation, the second generation, high-skilled immigration, immigration policy, and public opinion.

    Waldinger has published seven books, including The Cross-Border Connection: Immigrants, Emigrants, and their Homelands (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2015) and How the Other Half Works: Immigration and the Social Organization of Labor (University of California Press, 2003).  Waldinger is also the author of many articles and book chapters, including “The politics of cross-border engagement: Mexican emigrants and the Mexican state,” Theory and Society, V43, 5 (2014);  “Crossing Borders: International Migration in the New Century,” Contemporary Sociology, V42, 3 (2013); Inheriting the homeland? Intergenerational transmission of cross-border ties in migrant families (with Thomas Soehl), American Journal of Sociology, November (2012), V. 118:3.; “Emigrants and the Body Politic Left Behind,” (with Thomas Soehl and Nelson Lim), Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, V. 38, 5 (2012).    A 2008 Guggenheim Fellow, his research has been supported by grants from the Ford, Haines, Mellon, National Science, Sloan and Russell Sage Foundations. He received the 2012 Distinguished Career Award from the International Migration Section of the American Sociological Association.

    Contributions : 

    Roger presents his work at a OSC/LIEPP joint seminar on March 26, 2015 Au delà du transnationalisme : les immigrés, les émigrés et leurs pays d'origine.

    Publications:

    • Roger Waldinger and Thomas Soehl, "The Bounded Polity: The Limits to Mexican Emigrant Political Participation", Social Forces 00(00) 1–29, 2013
    • Roger Waldinger, "The politics of cross-border engagement: Mexican emigrants and the Mexican state", Theor Soc (2014) 43:483–511
    • Roger Waldinger, "Engaging from abroad: The sociology of emigrant politics", Migrat Stud (2014) 2 (3): 319-339
    • Roger Waldinger, "Immigrant transnationalism", Current Sociology Review 61(5-6) 756–777
    Page perso: 
    http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/soc/faculty/waldinger/
    Spécialité: 
    Sociologie des migrations internationales
    Spécialité (en): 
    Sociology of international migration
  • Economic Shocs and Internal Migration Sciences Po Economics Discussion Papers , Janvier 2015
  • Are there Gains from Immigration Diversity?
  • Y-a-t-il un exode des qualifiés français? LIEPP Policy Brief n°10, mars 2014
  • "How are wages set in Beijing?", with Sandra Poncet, Regional Science and Urban Economics, n°41(1), p.9-19, 2011