6 May 2019
Réseaux sociaux, par Gerd Altmann,Pixabay License

What democracy is doing with digital technology

by Dominique Cardon, Director of médialab. After being touted for showing democratic promise, digital technologies are today accused of disseminating fake news and serving as […]
6 May 2019

The political consequences of technological change

by Bruno Palier, researcher at the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics LIEPP director Studying the political consequences of digital technology does not just […]
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 […]
11 April 2018
Pierre-Auguste_Renoir. Le Déjeuner des canotiers. Crédits : Domaine public

Is it useful to work on Sundays?

Is it useful to work on Sundays? Not according to Jean-Yves Boulin and Laurent Lesnard in their latest book Les Batailles du dimanche [Sunday battles]. […]
6 April 2018

The effects of economic conditions on the sorting of jobs and workers

Are there more qualified unemployed people when the economy is in recession? Are the unemployed then more often forced to accept low-quality jobs? Conversely, do […]
2 October 2017

Jobs at risk from technology : When supervising machines is work in its own right

ebates over the place of work in our society are somewhat paradoxical. Whether technology is being touted for its potential or denounced for its domination, […]
1 February 2017

Occupational risks under scrutiny

All work environments carry risks for employees. Some risks are present in many sectors, while others are more specific; some are easily identifiable and/or identified, […]
20 May 2016
Investissement

Is the Competitiveness and Employment Tax Credit effective?

The objectives of the Competitiveness and Employment Tax Credit – CICE – are multiple – international competitiveness, employment, innovation…-, as are its mechanisms and the […]