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Outstanding student contributions

As education is an important part of the Chair’s mission, this section will henceforth present, on a regular basis, a selection of the most remarkable works written by Sciences Po students as part of their training.

20 July 2022

[STUDENT PAPER] THE IMPORTANCE OF ADOPTING A SECTOR SPECIFIC APPROACH TO BIG TECH REGULATION

The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair publishes a selection of the finest essays and papers written by Sciences Po students […]
12 July 2022

[STUDENT ESSAY] How Platform Regulation and the Misinterpretation of Law Reduce Creativity Online

By Laure Niclot The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, the finest essays and […]
28 June 2022

[STUDENT PAPER] Should we rethink the governance of platforms in order to create a system of checks and balances consistent with our democratic values?

The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, a selection of the finest essays and […]
27 June 2022

[STUDENT ESSAY] The filter bubble and me: how our voices are restricted by what we see

By Matthieu Lê The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, the finest essays and papers […]
18 June 2022

[STUDENT ESSAY] The role of social media platforms in the current Russo-Ukrainian conflict

By Pauline Fau The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, the finest essays and […]
12 June 2022

[STUDENT PAPER] The Metaverse: Challenges and Regulatory Issues

The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, a selection of the finest essays and […]
4 June 2022

[STUDENT ESSAY] Are social media rendering criminal justice?

By Emma Joignant The Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair will now publish, on a regular basis, the finest essays and […]