8 July 2021
Cogito 15

Cogito 15

Every six months, Cogito presents a selection of recent research at Sciences Po, with an emphasis on comparative approaches and interdisciplinary work. These two approaches […]
8 July 2021

It is Time to Regulate Social Media

The Era of Media Warming by Dominique Boullier, CEE What has happened to our media system over the past decade? How have we managed to […]
8 July 2021

Reading and Rereading Halévy

A theorist of Liberalism and the Crisis of Democratic Societies By Marie Scot, Centre of History In 2015, Éditions Les Belles Lettres, in partnership with […]
8 July 2021

Proud to Punish. The World of Outlaw Vigilantes

‘There is no greater law firm than Smith & Wesson, especially if it’s backed up by a 12-gauge injunction.’ A member of the American vigilante […]
8 July 2021

The Covid Debt Must Prepare the Future

The issue of the public debt incurred during the Covid pandemic divides public opinion, politicians, and even economists. The fear that its repayment will excessively […]
8 July 2021

Omnipresent Money

By Jeanne Lazarus, CSO Money is part of every sphere of modern life. The financial crisis of 2008 affected economic and social situations in many […]
8 July 2021

Writing the History of the Future

For her doctoral thesis, Sibylle Duhautois set herself the challenge of writing the history of the future as it was imagined within international organisations during […]
8 July 2021
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Measuring French Pessimism

The Latest Results of the Political Trust Barometer By Bruno Cautrès, Gilles Ivaldi, Luc Rouban, CEVIPOF The CEVIPOF ‘Political Trust Barometer’, first launched in 2009, […]
8 July 2021

Curricula and Jobs: Understanding Gender Segregation

By Carlo Barone, Observatoire sociologique du changement Women now outperform men in education: their rates of upper secondary and tertiary attainment are significantly higher in […]