3 July 2020

How Voters Respond to Crime Control Policies

by Roberto Galbiati, Department of economics* Many democratically elected governments around the world are probably wondering how voters will respond to the policies they implemented […]
18 December 2019
Occupy Wall Street March 16, 2012.

Less Finance, Less Inequality? Ten Years After the Crisis

Drawing on his research on the structure of remuneration in the financial industry and on a collective project underway studying the evolution of inequalities in […]
10 July 2019

Are domestics back?

Over the past few decades, France has actively been supporting jobs in services to individuals, to the point that the sector currently involves 1.2 million […]
6 July 2019
Le train passe devant une personne en fauteuil roulant. Crédits photo : Graceful Digital, Shutterstock

Work and disability: ending exclusions

We are all aware of the fact that the disabled face significant difficulties in the labor market, but we underestimate them. While many inclusive measures […]
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 […]
27 October 2018

The politics of symbols: the French government’s response to the 2015 terrorist attacks

by Florence Faucher and Laurie Boussaguet, researchers at  CEE & LIEPP Charlie Hebdo, Hyper Cacher at the Porte de Vincennes, Stade de France, the Bataclan […]
10 April 2018

Researchers are joining forces to better study the economics of housing

Housing is a key issue for the French population and a priority for public authorities. The research devoted to it, spread across several universities, needed […]
8 April 2018

Evaluating administrative simplification in higher education and research

Besides universities, a large number of institutions are involved in higher education and research in France. All of these institutions operate according to their own […]
26 September 2017

Disability: from public action to life experiences

In recent years, French disability policies have gained a collective dimension aiming for better social integration of all the people involved. How do beneficiaries view […]