12 December 2021

Measuring the Quality of Care, a European Overview

By Anne-Laure Beaussier, Centre for the Sociology of Organisations Health care quality has become a subject of constant assessment efforts in many OECD countries. Such […]
12 December 2021

The Reform of Access to Health Studies in France

The Students’ Perspectives By Agnès van Zanten, Alice Olivier, Christophe Birolini, Audrey Chamboredon et Léon Marbach ‘Saying it is no longer a competitive exam, this […]
12 December 2021

Ambulatory Medical Care in France

An Increasingly Constrained Autonomy for Private Healthcare Professionals Par Anne Moyal, Centre de sociologie des organisations et LIEPP In February 2019, while visiting a multi-professional […]
12 December 2021

Directory of our Researchers Working on Health

Permanent Faculty Anne-Laure Beaussier Research interests: Public policy analysis, , Health policy in Europe and the USA, Comparative analysis (France, the UK, the USA, Netherlands, […]
19 May 2021

From Populism to Populisms

By Marc Lazar For the past few decades, rising populism has been garnering interest and inspiring research in various fields: political science, philosophy, sociology, economy, […]
18 May 2021

Actuality of Populism

Populism differs depending on whether it is described in London or Ankara, in Budapest or Sofia, in Paris or Washington. National history, political institutions and […]
17 May 2021

Boris Johnson: a passing populist buzz?

By Florence Faucher With his blond hair, rapid ascension through the ranks thanks to political polarisation, and a capacity to ignore cumbersome objective facts, Boris […]
17 May 2021

Will the Covid-19 Crisis Mark the Decline of the Populist Right?

By Gilles Ivaldi Donald Trump’s defeat in the U.S. presidential election last November and the relative inability of populists to make their voices heard rd […]
17 May 2021

Populism in Turkey: Towards the Demise of Democracy?

By Élise Massicard In recent years, Turkish democracy appears to have experienced a step-by-step descent into hell, with a succession of events such as the […]