12 February 2022

Care Earnings in the United States and 24 European Countries

The Role of Social Policy and Labour Market Institutions How to explain the low wages plaguing American care workers? Is the situation the same in […]
12 December 2021

The Agrofood Industry and Its Political Activities

By Daniel Benamouzig, Centre for the Sociology of Organisations and Joan Cortinas, Health Chair On 30 May 2018, the headline of Libération read ‘Comment les […]
12 December 2021

Between Drugs and Food: Inventing Microbiota Medicine

By Étienne Nouguez, Centre for the Sociology of Organisations For the past fifteen years or so, there has been so much enthusiasm over the microbiome […]
12 December 2021

Measuring the Quality of Care, a European Overview

By Anne-Laure Beaussier, Centre for the Sociology of Organisations Health care quality has become a subject of constant assessment efforts in many OECD countries. Such […]
12 December 2021

The Reform of Access to Health Studies in France

The Students’ Perspectives By Agnès van Zanten, Alice Olivier, Christophe Birolini, Audrey Chamboredon et Léon Marbach ‘Saying it is no longer a competitive exam, this […]
12 December 2021

Ambulatory Medical Care in France

An Increasingly Constrained Autonomy for Private Healthcare Professionals Par Anne Moyal, Centre de sociologie des organisations et LIEPP In February 2019, while visiting a multi-professional […]
8 July 2021

It is Time to Regulate Social Media

The Era of Media Warming by Dominique Boullier, CEE What has happened to our media system over the past decade? How have we managed to […]
8 July 2021

Proud to Punish. The World of Outlaw Vigilantes

‘There is no greater law firm than Smith & Wesson, especially if it’s backed up by a 12-gauge injunction.’ A member of the American vigilante […]
8 July 2021

Curricula and Jobs: Understanding Gender Segregation

By Carlo Barone, Observatoire sociologique du changement Women now outperform men in education: their rates of upper secondary and tertiary attainment are significantly higher in […]