16 April 2018

The “Young Christian Workers Movement”, at the forefront of social activism

As part of a research project funded by the European Union, Guido Panvini, a postdoc at Sciences Po’s Center for History, is seeking to examine how the Young Christian Workers […]
11 April 2018
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Creating illusion. Spotlight on the production designers

With support from the Foundation for the Social Sciences, which was created under the aegis of the Fondation de France, Gwenaële Rot, university professor and researcher at the Center for […]
10 April 2018

Researchers are joining forces to better study the economics of housing

Housing is a key issue for the French population and a priority for public authorities. The research devoted to it, spread across several universities, needed to be strengthened. Three universities […]
8 April 2018

Evaluating administrative simplification in higher education and research

Besides universities, a large number of institutions are involved in higher education and research in France. All of these institutions operate according to their own rules linked to their own […]
7 April 2018
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Understanding the Mediterranean salt giant through multidisciplinary research

The Mediterranean salt giant consists of salt layers that accumulated at the bottom of the Mediterranean 5.9 million years ago. Then, a tectonic shift caused the Strait of Gibraltar to […]
3 April 2018
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The integration of ethnic and immigrant minorities: sharing knowledge

The longstanding question of the integration of ethnic and immigrant minorities is being asked with increasing urgency in Europe. To better answer the question, and conceive and implement actions to […]
6 October 2017

Choosing a nutritional label: irreconcilable interests

The Health Ministry’s selection of a new nutritional label was going to be difficult, given the divergent interests of the actors involved. Aware of the stakes, the Health Ministry launched […]
3 October 2017

The carbon footprint of French households and international trade

1 June 2017: the United States withdrawal from the Paris agreement resounded like a thunderclap in a world that had a priori reached a consensus over the goal of reducing […]
30 September 2017

The 1970s: the European left and globalization

istorians consider the 1970s to be a key turning point in European and international politics. After observing that this era’s major transformations, especially the decline of economic interventionism and the […]