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 […]
20 November 2018

Consume less, consume better:what can consumers do?

by Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier, CNRS Research Director at the Science Po Centre for the Sociology of Organizations Have consumers become the new arbiters of economic relations? […]
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 […]
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 […]
11 October 2018

Pesticides and human health: between toxicology and epidemiology

by Jean-Noël Jouzel CNRS research fellow at the Centre for the Sociology of Organizations   France is currently one of the leading global users of […]
20 April 2018
Ce que les médicaments génériques ont changé dans notre système de santé. Crédits image : CC0 Public Domain

How generic drugs have changed our healthcare system

Introduced in France about 25 years ago, generic drugs continue to raise doubts and questions. Some believe they have helped curb the rise in spending […]
11 April 2018
Studio with studio with brick walls and ragged windows, spotlights, camera with special devices for shooting video Crédits Pavel L, Shutterstock

Creating illusion. Spotlight on the production designers

With support from the Foundation for the Social Sciences, which was created under the aegis of the Fondation de France, Gwenaële Rot, university professor and […]
11 April 2018

The spatial dimensions of educational inequalities

University professor Marco Oberti is the head of the Center for Studies in Social Change. His research is often comparative and focuses on segregation in […]
9 April 2018
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To describe law is to transform it

Day after day thousands of lawyers produce writings – memorandums, academic articles, pedagogical material, etc. – that do not have the force of law in […]