16 November 2020

Before the Deluge

The Apparently Unstoppable Growth of Human Mobility in the Pre-Covid World by Ettore Recchi Six months after the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared Covid-19 a pandemic […]
16 November 2020

When Constitutional Law Imagines Foreigners

A Comparative Cultural Analysis of Columbian and American Jurisprudence by Louis Imbert Foreigners are not exempt from the vision of the law proposed by American […]
16 November 2020

Migration, Wages and (un)Employment

A Brief Overview of the State of the Art by Hélène Thiollet et Florian Oswald Labour economics classically predicts that wages are determined by supply […]
16 November 2020

Is There Such a Thing as “Anti-White Racism”?

by Daniel Sabbagh Given that the denunciation of “anti-White racism” has become one of the far right’s hobbyhorses in France, the temptation is great to […]
16 November 2020

Unlocking Migration Politics: Gaps and Biases in Scientific Debates

by Hélène Thiollet Researchers in migration politics predominantly examine immigration and integration policies in Western democracies. Just like any other field in social sciences, this […]
16 November 2020

Migrations: On-Going Research Projects

Faced with a subject so vast and so decisive for the peaceful development of societies, the research projects carried out at Sciences Po have always […]
18 May 2020

Cogito 10 – Dossier “Gender Equality”

It is not the current health crisis that is making us realise the precariousness of women and domestic violence. These problems – like so many […]
18 May 2020

Is Gender Equality Possible in the 21st Century?

by Hélène Périvier, OFCE, head of PRESAGE* We are experiencing an unprecedented health crisis. In the immediate term, we are in a health emergency phase. […]
18 May 2020
Christophe de Margerie et Laurence Parisot. Troisième journée de l'Université du Medef 2009. Crédit image : Pierre Metivier, CC BY-NC 2.0

The New Spirit of Neoliberalism: Equality and Economic Prosperity

By Hélène Périvier, OFCE, head of PRESAGE and Réjane Sénac, CEVIPOF* During the 20th century, the legal, social, and economic situation of women living in […]