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30 September 2017

Youth in France: “a rejected citizenship”

Tom Chevalier, a recent PhD graduate of the Center for European Studies, devoted his thesis – under the supervision of Bruno Palier – to public […]
20 September 2017

The “Cities and Digital Technology” Chair

On 27 March 2017, Sciences Po’s Urban School and the Center for European Studies established a new research and teaching chair called “Cities and Digital […]
28 February 2017

Policies at the margin of cities

In 2016 Thomas Aguilera received three awards* for his thesis on public policies towards squats and slums. He examines the ability (or inability) of public […]
27 February 2017

And tomorrow?

With the French elections nearing, research is in full swing. To remain up to date – while maintaining perspective (!) – you can follow CEVIPOF’s […]
15 February 2017
Light pollution in Europe, 2002.Crédits : NASA

The Post-crisis Legitimacy of the European Union

The financial crisis that the European Union experienced and the EU’s response to the crisis challenged its legitimacy. How can this be remedied? On what […]
25 January 2017

The politics of administrative reorganization

Creating new agencies, merging services, establishing one-stop shops: why are governing bodies in France and abroad constantly changing the scope and jurisdictions of bureaucracies, thereby […]
20 May 2016
Old Age

Civic life for the most deprived

How can we ensure that over-fifty-year-olds, the poor, the most isolated people and those in need are able to participate more fully in civic life? […]
20 May 2016

European Union legislates less and less

  The European Union is regularly mocked for its desire to legislate on everything and in great detail. Yet analyses conducted by the Centre for […]
12 March 2016

Tolerance towards the “Other” is growing

Since 2000, several of our researchers – CEE researchers Nonna Mayer, Vincent Tiberj, and Tommaso Vitale, and CEVIPOF researcher Guy Michelat – have contributed to […]