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Yann Algan is leaving his position as Dean of the EAP to take up the position of Associate Dean of the HEC Pre-Experience Program and to continue his research on trust and cooperation in organizations. He will be on secondment from Sciences Po starting at the beginning of the 2021 academic year. Yann Algan arrived at […]
The CAE Note, entitled “Territoires, bien-être et politiques publiques”, was presented to the offices of the Prime Minister and President on 10 January 2020.
Job losses, the disappearance of public services and local shops, the collapse of property prices, and even the breakdown of social ties: the potential sources of discontent in the French territories are numerous. Are some factors more decisive than others? In this CAE Note, we look at recent changes in the local environment of individuals […]
The CAE Note n°34, entitled « Administration numérique », was presented to the office of the Prime Minister on 8 September 2016.
In October 2016, the law “For a Digital Republic” will be promulgated and France will take over the presidency of the “Partnership for Open Government” for one year. Our country is thus fully committed to digital government management. But how can its full potential be exploited? Beyond efficiency gains, digital technology is leading us to […]
Has the Covid-19 crisis had an impact on peoples’ trust in each other and in their governments? What roles have social inequalities played in the way in which people view the crisis? Has it led to a greater sense of social cohesion or has it served to drive people even farther apart? In the framework […]
The French Council of Economic Analysis’ Note n°48, “Trust, Cooperation and Autonomy: Towards a 21st Century School”, was presented to the Chief of Staff for the Minister of Economics on 5 Octobre 2018. In this new CAE Note, Yann Algan, Élise Huillery and Corinne Prost analyse the determinants of essential socio-behavioral skills (self-esteem, feeling of […]
You can explore well-being in France or the United States with interactive tools, created in partnership with CEPREMAP and Sciences Po Medialab.
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP) at the National University of Singapore and Sciences Po School of Public Affairs are launching a two-year double degree programme between their respective Master in Public Policy and Master in European Affairs. Students will begin the dual programme at Sciences Po School of Public Affairs in Paris, […]
An article published in The Financial Times (April 21, 2017) quotes the findings of new research “Well-being and the vote” by Yann Algan and his co-authors from Sciences Po and Cepremap.
Yann ALGAN, Department faculty member and Dean of Sciences Po’s School of Public Affairs, has just published an important paper in The Journal of Political Economy with Camille HÉMET (PhD SciencesPo ‘13, Assistant Professor at l’ENS) and David LAITIN (Stanford) – The Social Effects of Ethnic Diversity at the Local Level: A Natural Experiment with […]
The Experimental Programme in Political Arts, a one-year Master’s programme created in 2010 by French philosopher Bruno Latour, is positioned at the crossroads of the social sciences, politics, and the arts. Academic director Frédérique Aït-Touati explains the programme’s unique approach and the reasons behind it. What are the programme’s objectives? Who is it designed for? The […]