1 April 2018
Macro photo of tooth wheel mechanism with SUSTAINABILITY, ECONOMY, SOCIETY and ENVIRONMENT words imprinted on metal surface by EtiAmmos via shutterstock_737412403

The new paths of economic science

The financial crisis that began in 2008 in the United States before hitting Europe, overturned the understanding of, and approaches to economics. Some consensuses were […]
14 October 2017

The challenges of metropolises: what is governed and what is not

Increasingly large and important metropolises Metropolitan development is primarily a question of scale: around thirty metropolises are about to surpass 15 million residents; six of […]
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 […]
11 September 2017

Renewable energy and network structuring in Europe.

Understanding the interactions between renewable energy and territories It has become imperative to make our societies progress towards an energy transition. Territories have been recognized […]
21 March 2017

New questions, new methods

New questions Sciences Po researchers are focusing on new factors likely to impact voting. These include the importance of assets and of psychological factors such […]
28 February 2017
Bar Graph Growth Moving Up Improvement Concept. Crédits : Shuttertock

Competition. Revisiting a social and economic phenomenon

Is competition an evolutionary process? How should it be defined and regulated? What does it mean to be in competition or to compete? Three researchers […]
20 February 2017
Agence ERA PROVAIX du centre commercial Neptuna aux abords de la RDn 8 Route de Violesi à Bouc Bel Air

What policies promote home ownership?

What are the paths to home ownership in Europe and how have they changed over the past forty years? How can the tenure structure and […]
11 February 2017
A cartoon from Punch from 1890: The phylloxera, a true gourmet, finds out the best vineyards and attaches itself to the best wines.

Stealing to Survive?

What impact do economic crises have on the level of crime? This is the classic but never really solved question that Roberto Galbiati, – Research […]
4 February 2017

What pathways will lead to decarbonisation?

The Paris Agreement substantially increased the need to better understand the economic, social and environmental implications of the decarbonisation to which the global community has […]