22 March 2017
Meeting 1er mai 2012 Front National Crédits : Blandine Le Cain

Sciences Po research delves into the elections

Election studies have been a major research topic at Sciences Po for over a century, based on the work of André Siegfried, who began his […]
22 March 2017

Cogito n°2

In an election year full of twists, an overview of our work on elections – a central and foundational research subject at Sciences Po – […]
21 March 2017

New questions, new methods

New questions Sciences Po researchers are focusing on new factors likely to impact voting. These include the importance of assets and of psychological factors such […]
20 March 2017

Electoral sociology: renewed fundamentals

At a time of great political turbulence, electoral sociology continues to provide relevant insights based on historically established fundamentals while constantly evolving. Models withstanding the […]
28 February 2017

Policies at the margin of cities

In 2016 Thomas Aguilera received three awards* for his thesis on public policies towards squats and slums. He examines the ability (or inability) of public […]
28 February 2017
Lieutenant Colonel Charles Vaughan, Commandant Commando Depot, inspecting French troops during a parade to mark Bastille Day at Achnacarry in Scotland, 17 July 1943. Crédits : collections of the Imperial War Museums.

A new perspective on the Allied war effort during the Second World War

How did cooperation between the British army and Allied forces work? How were the “free French” in particular integrated into the British armed forces and […]
28 February 2017
Bar Graph Growth Moving Up Improvement Concept. Crédits : Shuttertock

Competition. Revisiting a social and economic phenomenon

Is competition an evolutionary process? How should it be defined and regulated? What does it mean to be in competition or to compete? Three researchers […]
28 February 2017
The right way. CC BY-NC 2.0 Bob Morris

Measuring inequalities between migrants and nationals

In the tradition of research conducted at the Sociological Observatory of Change on social stratification and segregation, Ettore Recchi has published “The Citizenship Gap in […]
27 February 2017

And tomorrow?

With the French elections nearing, research is in full swing. To remain up to date – while maintaining perspective (!) – you can follow CEVIPOF’s […]