27 February 2017

What elections do to political parties

Of course, studying elections involves the examination of political parties. Sciences Po researchers have fully devoted themselves to this pursuit and, building on René Rémond’s […]
27 February 2017

The “real” issues

Understanding votes is also about knowing the topics that mobilize voters and their influence on the ballot. Old chestnuts and new issues First, there is […]
27 February 2017

Does the media shape elections?

The media’s role in voting behavior is not limited to explosive revelations on any given candidate. It also play a “normal” role in “normal” campaigns, […]
12 July 2016

Europe’s response to migrations

As a major and age-old phenomenon, migration is central to research conducted at Sciences Po across all disciplines. To cover this issue is to embark […]
12 March 2016

Ambiguous social rights

Paul-André Rosental, university professor at Sciences Po’s Centre for History, and associate researcher at the French National Institute for Demographic Studies (INED), devotes his research […]
12 March 2016

New dynamics of political integration

CEVIPOF research director Manlio Cinalli, a political scientist and sociologist, conducts his research on political behaviour, relations between “ethnicities” and public policies promoting cultural integration. […]
12 March 2016

Tolerance towards the “Other” is growing

Since 2000, several of our researchers – CEE researchers Nonna Mayer, Vincent Tiberj, and Tommaso Vitale, and CEVIPOF researcher Guy Michelat – have contributed to […]
12 March 2016

Segregated immigrants?

Mirna Safi, research director at the Sociological Observatory of Change (OSC), studies inequalities and discriminations, especially those affecting immigrant populations and their descendants. The feeling […]
12 March 2016

A Europe that lacks solidarity

Virginie Guiraudon, a political scientist at the CEE, devotes a significant share of her research to European migratory policies. Her approach is based on an […]