Equipe de recherche: 

Jan ROVNY (Sciences Po, CEE et LIEPP)

Paul LENORMAND (Sciences Po, Histoire)

Le projet a obtenu le financement du LIEPP dans le cadre de l'appel à projets 2017.

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Prénom: 
Dimitri A.
Nom: 
SOTIROPOULOS
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Champ libre profil: 

Professeur invité du LIEPP du 15 septembre au 15 octobre 2016.

Champ libre en anglais: 

LIEPP's Visiting Professor from September 15th - October 15th 2016.

Droits photo: 
Droits réservés
Bio: 

Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos est professeur associé de Sciences Politiques au département de Sciences Politiques et d’Administration Publique à l’Université d’Athènes. Il a étudié le droit à l’Ecole de droit de l’Université d’Athènes, la sociologie à la London School of Economics et les sciences politiques à l’Université de Yale où il a effectué un doctorat obtenu avec distinction en 1991. En 1995-1996 il a enseigné au Juan March Institute à Madrid. En 2003 il fut professeur invité au Hellenic Observatory of the European Institute of the London School of Economics. En 2009-2010 il fut professeur invité au Centre for European Studies de St. Antony’s College à Oxford.

Actuellement, sa recherche porte sur la corruption et l’anti-corruption, la société civile et la crise en Grèce. Il est membre du comité éditorial des revues académiques South European Society and Politics, European Political Science Review et South East European and Black Sea Studies. Il fait également partie des comités consultatifs des revues Mediterranean Politics et Greek Review of Political Science. Il est, par ailleurs, chercheur associé au Hellenic Observatory of the London School of Economics et directeur de recherché au think-tank ELIAMEP (Athènes).

Contributions : 

Professeur invité du LIEPP, Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos présente son travail intitulé The Quality of Democracy and Populism in Western Balkans in the Comparative Perspective of Contemporary European Politics dans un séminaire organisé par le LIEPP le 6 octobre 2016.

Populism, clientilism and corruption often work in sequence, interview de Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos pour Sciences Po.

Publications : 

  • Is South-Eastern Europe Doomed to Instability?, (co-edited with Thanos Veremis), London: Frank Cass , 2002
  • Democracy and the State in the New Southern Europe (co-edited with Richard Gunther and P. Nikiforos Diamandouros), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006.
  • Αusterity and the Third Sector in Greece: Civil Society at the European Frontline, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2015 (with Jeniffer Clarke and Asteris Huliaras).
  • (with Ieana Neamtu and Maya Stoyanova), “The Trajectory of Post-Communist Welfare States: The Cases of Bulgaria and Romania”, Social Policy and Administration,  vol, 37,  no.6. December 2003, pp. 646-673.
  • “Positive and Negative Development and the Uneven Development of Civil Society in Southeastern Europe”, South East European and Black Sea Studies, vol. 5, no.2.,2005, pp. 243-256.
  • “The Social Effects of the Economic Crisis in the Western Balkans: A Case Study of Unreconstructed Welfare Regimes”, Southeastern Europe, vol. 38, no. 2-3, 2014, pp. 250-266.

 

Bio [english]: 

Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos is associate professor of political science at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration of the University of Athens. He has studied law, sociology and political science at the Law School of the University of Athens (LLB), the London School of Economics (MSc) and Yale University (MA, M.Phil. and Ph.D., awarded with distinction, 1991). In 1995-1996 he taught at the Juan March Institute in Madrid, in 2003 he was Visiting Fellow at the Hellenic Observatory of the European Institute of the London School of Economics, in 2009-2010 he was Visiting Fellow in South East European Studies at the Centre for European Studies, St. Antony’s College, Oxford.

Currently he does research on corruption and anti-corruption, civil society and the crisis in Greece. He serves on the editorial board of the academic journals South European Society and Politics, European Political Science Review, South East European and Black Sea Studies, and the advisory boards of the journals Mediterranean Politics and the Greek Review of Political Science. He is also Research Associate of the Hellenic Observatory of the London School of Economics and Senior Research Fellow of the think-tank ELIAMEP (Athens). 

Contributions :

Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos presents his paper entitled "The Quality of Democracy and Populism in Western Balkans in the Comparative Perspective of Contemporary European Politics" in a seminar organized by LIEPP on October 6th, 2016. 

Populism, clientilism and corruption often work in sequence, interview with Dimitri A. Sotiropoulos for Sciences Po website.

Selected Publications : 

  • Is South-Eastern Europe Doomed to Instability?, (co-edited with Thanos Veremis), London: Frank Cass , 2002
  • Democracy and the State in the New Southern Europe (co-edited with Richard Gunther and P. Nikiforos Diamandouros), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006.
  • Αusterity and the Third Sector in Greece: Civil Society at the European Frontline, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate, 2015 (with Jeniffer Clarke and Asteris Huliaras).
  • (with Ieana Neamtu and Maya Stoyanova), “The Trajectory of Post-Communist Welfare States: The Cases of Bulgaria and Romania”, Social Policy and Administration,  vol, 37,  no.6. December 2003, pp. 646-673.
  • “Positive and Negative Development and the Uneven Development of Civil Society in Southeastern Europe”, South East European and Black Sea Studies, vol. 5, no.2.,2005, pp. 243-256.
  • “The Social Effects of the Economic Crisis in the Western Balkans: A Case Study of Unreconstructed Welfare Regimes”, Southeastern Europe, vol. 38, no. 2-3, 2014, pp. 250-266.
Page perso: 
http://en.pspa.uoa.gr/academic-staff/department-of-political-science/dimitri-a-sotiropoulos.html
Spécialité: 
sociologie politique, droit, études comparatives des pays démocratiques, politiques publiques
Spécialité (en): 
Political sociology, law, comparative studies on democratic countries, public policies
  • La réception de l'action publique LIEPP Working Paper, n°55, July 2016
  • Prénom: 
    Paul
    Nom: 
    VERTIER
    Photo: 
    Champ libre profil: 

    Docteur en économie, Département d'économie de Sciences Po / affilié au LIEPP
    (thèse soutenue en mars 2018)

    Champ libre en anglais: 

    Doctoral fellow in economics, Sciences Po Department of Economics / LIEPP affiliate
    (Thesis defended in March 2018)

    Droits photo: 
    Droits réservés
    Bio: 

    Paul Vertier a obtenu son doctorat au département d’économie de Sciences Po en mars 2018, sous la supervision de Yann Algan. 

    Diplômé auparavant de l’ENSAE ParisTech et du Master Economics and Public Policy (Ecole Polytechnique-ENSAE-Sciences Po), ses recherches visent à évaluer comment les caractéristiques et les incitations des élus affectent les politiques publiques qu’ils mettent en place. Il s’intéresse notamment aux conséquences économiques des dynasties politiques, au rôle des incitations électorales dans l’offre locale de logement, et à la représentation des femmes en politique.

    Il a rejoint la Banque de France en septembre 2018, en tant qu'adjoint de direction recruté sur concours.

    Poster du projet - Juin 2020

    Bio [english]: 

    Paul Vertier received his PhD from the departement of economics of Sciences Po in March 2018, under the supervision of Yann Algan, after graduating from ENSAE ParisTech and obtaining a Master’s Degree in Economics and Public Policy (Ecole Polytechnique –ENSAE-Sciences Po).

    His research aims at evaluating how the characteristics and incentives of elected officials affect public policies. He is particularly interested in the economic consequences of political dynasties, in the role of electoral incentives with respect to local housing supply, and in women’s representation in politics.

    He joined the Banque de France in September 2018.

    Poster of the project - June 2020

    Thèse: 
    Thèse soutenue
    Page perso: 
    https://sites.google.com/site/paulvertier/home
    Spécialité: 
    politiques publiques, économie publique
    Spécialité (en): 
    Public Policies, Public Economics
    Prénom: 
    Camille
    Nom: 
    URVOY
    Photo: 
    Champ libre profil: 

    Doctorante en économie, Département d'économie de Sciences Po / affiliée au LIEPP

     

    Champ libre en anglais: 

    Doctoral fellow in economics, Sciences Po Department of Economics / LIEPP affiliate

    Droits photo: 
    Droits réservés
    Bio: 

    Diplômée du Master Economics and Public Policy, Camille est une doctorante en économie. Elle a débuté sa thèse en septembre 2016 sous la direction d'Etienne Wasmer.

    Poster du projet - Juin 2020

    Bio [english]: 

    Camille graduated from Master of Economics and Public Policy at Sciences Po in 2016. She is now a PhD candidate under the supervision of Etienne Wasmer since September 2016.

    Poster of the project - June 2020

    Thèse: 
    Thèse en cours
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