11 October 2018

Pesticides and human health: between toxicology and epidemiology

by Jean-Noël Jouzel CNRS research fellow at the Centre for the Sociology of Organizations   France is currently one of the leading global users of […]
9 October 2018

Environmental policymaking: the case of China

by Richard Balme researcher at the Center for European Studies and Comparative Politics The environment tested by globalization One of the most negative images associated […]
8 October 2018

Cogitate simul et pariter Orbem

by Bernard Reber CNRS Research Director at CEVIPOF* Thinking together (at the same time) about Earth equally! Cogitate simul et pariter Orbem could have been […]
8 October 2018

Fault lines: earthquakes and historical change

by Giacomo Parrinello Assistant Professor at the Center for History The geography of tectonic faults exposes some regions of the world to earthquakes and volcanic […]
21 September 2018
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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 […]
26 April 2018
Cogito n°4, Crédits Sciences Po

Cogito n°4

Discover the fourth issue and its feature story on new research on education and inequalities. A variety of topics is also explored: the evolution of […]
25 April 2018

Education & inequalities: new research, new methods

If there is one subject that concerns all of society – children, adolescents, young adults, parents, educational professionals, institutions, public decision-makers and businesses – it […]
20 April 2018
Ce que les médicaments génériques ont changé dans notre système de santé. Crédits image : CC0 Public Domain

How generic drugs have changed our healthcare system

Introduced in France about 25 years ago, generic drugs continue to raise doubts and questions. Some believe they have helped curb the rise in spending […]
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 […]