Cogito, Research Letter, n°2
- Le 1er mai 2012, défilé du Front National. Crédits Blandine Le Cain
In an election year full of twists, an overview of our work on elections – a central and foundational research subject at Sciences Po – was in order. This issue sheds light and encourages reflection on topics covering the sociology of the electorate, role of the media, voters’ assessment of polices, confidence in our elected officials and our institutions, electoral conditions beyond our borders, etc.
By presenting our recent notable publications, projects and theses, this second issue of Cogito also tackles other key matters shaping our vision of the future, including the environment, inequalities, urban transformation, state reform, and European vitality.
In Folio: Recent Publications
- The politics of administrative reorganization
- Israel: reasons for peace
- Stealing to Survive?
- Fraternity versus equality
- When the state champions the cause of women. A historical perspective.
- Competition. Revisiting a social and economic phenomenon
- Measuring inequalities between migrants and nationals
Kick-off: new contracts
- What policies promote home ownership?
- What pathways will lead to decarbonisation?
- Occupational risks under scrutiny
- Will Paris become a green city?
- Urban insecurity, a social issue
- Vulnerability of Knowledge and Nuclear
- The Post-crisis Legitimacy of the European Union
- A new perspective on the Allied war effort during the Second World War