21 September 2023
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Is State Reorganisation Perpetual?

by Philippe Bezes How often and how intensively are administrative structures inside central governments created, split up, merged and reformed by hierarchically shifting them, changing […]
21 July 2023

Child Support: Why Isn’t it More Common and Significant in France?

by Émilie Biland-Curinier Child Support, a Major Root of Gender Inequality After Parental Separation Marital separations increase economic inequality between women and men. This observation […]
30 May 2023

Should We Believe in Economic Impact Assessments?

How can we ensure, as rigorously as possible, that a public policy has the desired economic effects? Clément de Chaisemartin, a researcher in the Department of […]
22 September 2021

Cogito 21

In the wake of the trail blazed by Bruno Latour, a wealth of research is now devoted to the environment at Sciences Po. This issue […]