26 November 2018
Yemen by Dan via Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0

Yemen, terra incognita

While the conflict ravaging Yemen is at the source of a grave humanitarian crisis, it is only furtively mentioned in the media. To understand this […]
8 November 2018

Digital readings of the Bible

In a study of sermons made by English preachers in the 17th and 18th centuries, medialab researcher Jean-Philippe Cointet and four sociologists and historians from […]
27 October 2018

The politics of symbols: the French government’s response to the 2015 terrorist attacks

by Florence Faucher and Laurie Boussaguet, researchers at  CEE & LIEPP Charlie Hebdo, Hyper Cacher at the Porte de Vincennes, Stade de France, the Bataclan […]
26 October 2018
Image from page 195 of "L'art de jetter les bombes" (1685). Droits à l'image : Aucune restriction connue

Distributing trade maps: the gravity equation

Economics present a surprising empirical regularity expressed by what is called the gravity equation: in a given year, over at least the past century for […]
25 October 2018

What civil and administrative law have in common

When preparing to become a lawyer * in France, it is necessary to choose fairly rapidly the branch to specialise in: private or public law. […]
22 October 2018

You better move on!

The expatriation of young Italians Close to 5% of Italian masters graduates seek employment abroad. While the share may seem small, this exodus represents a […]
16 October 2018

When Pierre Mauroy rigorously resisted ‘neo-liberalism’ (1981-1984)

Does the widespread idea that French socialist elites fell under the charm of neoliberalism at the beginning of the 1980s correspond to reality? Did François […]
16 October 2018

When the study of individual behaviors shapes public decision-making

Widespread in the marketing world, intervention on and by individual behavior is today garnering growing interest from public decision-makers, who see it as a powerful […]
21 September 2018
Assemblée Nationale par Christian Papiermachervia Flickr CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Making Parliament the beating heart of democracy

European questions and issues are now part of the daily lives of our elected officials. But what role does Europe truly play in the fulfillment […]