16 October 2018

When the study of individual behaviors shapes public decision-making

Widespread in the marketing world, intervention on and by individual behavior is today garnering growing interest from public decision-makers, who see it as a powerful […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
3 April 2018
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The integration of ethnic and immigrant minorities: sharing knowledge

The longstanding question of the integration of ethnic and immigrant minorities is being asked with increasing urgency in Europe. To better answer the question, and […]
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 […]
13 October 2017

Obama facing crisis

As the United States experiences one of the most controversial times in its political life, an in-depth analysis of Barack Obama’s two terms does more […]
13 October 2017

International migrations: metropolises, places of inclusion or drivers of exclusion?

Virginie Guiraudon, CNRS research director at the Center for European Studies, studies immigration, asylum, and border control policies in Europe and beyond. Here she presents […]