21 September 2023

Global Opinion on Climate Change

For nearly fifteen years, EDF and Ipsos have been polling public opinion around thirty countries on climate change perceptions: are people worried? Do they consider […]
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 […]
8 July 2021

Waiting for a Transnational EU Public Sphere

Candidates’ Transnational Linkages on Twitter During the 2019 European Parliament Elections By Caterina Froio, CEE As the European Union (EU) still has to prove its […]
16 March 2021

Influenced Choice: Why Opt for Lockdown?

How does public opinion affect choices during major crisis periods? What elements influence the population? The Coping with Covid-19 project (CoCo), conducted by OSC and […]
3 July 2020

ELIPSS: Portrait of the French Under Lockdown

When it decreed a lockdown for social distancing on 16 March 2020, the French government made a decision that was about to disrupt our everyday […]
24 January 2020
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From fake news’ URLs to their reception IRL #InRealLife

by Manon Berriche, PhD candidate at the médialab Since the 2016 American presidential election, the public debate has been overrun by concerns about disinformation. To […]
25 October 2018

The history of international trade in data

The result of collaboration between the Center for History and the médialab, RICardo (Research on International Commerce) is a project devoted to trade between nations […]
10 April 2018
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Lawmaking: a spurt of acceleration

The emergency procedure, renamed accelerated one since 2008, enables the government to call for a conciliation committee between the Assembly and the Senate after one reading only. […]
16 February 2017

Tolerance in progress

Synthesizing 69 questions about minorities, the tolerance index ranges from 0 (maximum intolerance) to 100 (maximum tolerance). After falling during Nicolas Sarkozy’s five-year term, tolerance […]