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FNSP recruits an Assistant Profesor (Tenure Track) in European Union public policy PDF Print

The Centre d’études européennes (CEE) and the political science department have created this position for the purpose of developing the study of European Union public policy and its impact. The position will help strengthen the CEE’s research on European integration in all its aspects.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Status: Assistant Professor with tenure track Discipline: political science

 

DUTIES

Research

The applicant should have expertise in one or several of the areas of activity of the European Union, and have contributed to analysis of the development of European policies, of their implementation or of the impact of European integration on national policies. The applicant should have a demonstrated ability to participate in, or even lead, large-scale empirical projects. Interest in theories of integration and research methods would be an additional advantage.

 

Teaching

Teaching duties are 2 24-hour courses per year and 40 hours of supplementary requirements during the first three years, and then 3 courses and 56 hours of supplementary requirements
Teaching is carried out in French or English at the 3 levels of education that Sciences Po offers: undergraduate, masters (Masters in European studies, School of International Affairs, and School of Public Affairs) and doctoral, at the Paris campus or one of the regional campuses. In addition to European policy the scope of teaching may include general public policy courses.

 

RECRUITMENT PROCESS

Candidates with a PhD must submit their applications electronically before 28 September 2015 to the following address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . The application must include the following documents:

- An application letter presenting the research projects that the candidate intends to pursue;
- A CV;
- 3 significant publications;
- A synopsis of courses taught and, if possible, course evaluations;
- The name of three academic referees.

 

Review of applications: October 2015
Interviews: 1st half of November 2015

 

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FNSP recruits a Post doctoral researcher (fixed-term contract) PDF Print

La Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politique recruits Post doctoral researcher  (fixed-term contract)

CREATE: Congestion Reduction in Europe: Advancing Transport Efficiency

The Centre d’études européennes de Sciences Po seeks to appoint a post-doctoral research associate – 12 months part time equivalent – in order to join the work achieved as part the CREATE Project (Horizon 2020). The CREATE project is led by Pr. Peter Jones, University College London, coordinated at Sciences Po by charlotte Halpern, and brings together a group of 10 cities and leading analysts in order to investigate the nature and causes of urban road traffic congestion and to develop and apply a set of policy relevant and practical indicators of urban road congestion and of transport network performance. The Centre d’études européennes contributes to the CREATE project as coordinator for work package 4, which seeks to provide an in-depth qualitative and comparative analysis of how policy processes in 5 European capital cities (Paris, London, Berlin, Vienna, Copenhagen) have influenced congestion over time.

We welcome applications from excellent candidates in the fields of political science and political sociology, with a strong experience in quali-quantitative comparative policy analysis. The person employed will be assisted by a number of coding assistants working remotely. It will be fully integrated in the Centre d’études européennes’ research team.

 

Job Profile

Candidates should hold a PhD, awarded within the last 5 years, and have strong skills in comparative research methods and quali-quantitative analysis. It is anticipated that the successful candidate will be committed to rigorous empirical research, will be willing to work as part of a team under the overall direction of the PI, and will have a strong research record, commensurate with career stage, in one or more of the following areas: public policy analysis, political sociology and comparative politics. The person appointed will perform various tasks related to data gathering, processing and analysis in all five cities, and will contribute to the dissemination and publication of project results, jointly with the PI (Charlotte Halpern, Sciences Po, CEE).

 

Main Tasks

  • To collect, process, analyse and interpret research data within the context of the project
  • To ensure that data for the project is collected in an appropriate manner by more junior members of the team;
  • To provide guidance, as required, to support staff and any students who may be assisting with the research.
  • To help plan and attend work package 4 workshops, and to attend conferences organized as part of the CREATE project.
  • To contribute to any dissemination or public engagement activities deemed of interest to the project;
  • To contribute to any scientific management and administration tasks arising from the research project, incl. reports.

 

Qualifications/Skills Required

  • A PhD or equivalent in a subject area relevant to the study of comparative policy analysis, awarded within the last 5 years.
  • Good knowledge of STATA and/or SPSS.
  • Some experience in quali-quantitative research designs, e.g. process-tracing and/or QCA.
  • Some experience in externally funded research, as a research assistant or co-investigator.
  • A strong record of research in one or more of the following areas: public policy analysis, political sociology and comparative politics.
  • Proficiency in English (written and spoken)
  • Proficiency in at least one of the following languages (spoken): German or French.

 

Status

  • Part time fixed-term contract for 12 months (starting on October 1st, 2015)
  • Possibility to teach at Sciences Po but post doctoral researcher will have no teaching obligations

 

Recruitment Procedure

Applications should be sent by August 31, 2015 to Dr. Charlotte Halpern: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

You will be asked to supply a CV (including a list of publications), a covering letter (no longer than 2 pages) and a selection of one recent publication to support your application, preferably a single authored article.

Candidates short-listed for interview (phone or skype) will be contacted in early September. They will be informed of the results no later than September 15.

 

Applications should be sent to charlotte.halpern@sciencespo.fr

 

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Appel à propositions - Atelier doctoral 2015 PDF Print

RT9 Sociologie de l'urbain et des territoires - Réseau Thématique 9 – Association Française de Sociologie

« Les mots d’ordre urbains et la construction de l’objet de recherche », Le 11 décembre 2015 à Paris

Calendrier :

14 septembre 2015 Date butoir de réception des propositions de communication
16 octobre 2015 Retour par email à l’ensemble des doctorants ayant soumis une proposition de communication
4 décembre 2015 Envoi par les participants des textes de communication
9 décembre 2015 Envoi des powerpoints de présentation par les participants
11 décembre 2015 Atelier doctoral du RT9

Voir l'appel à propositions ici

 

 
Interview de Thomas Piketty PDF Print

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L'économiste star Thomas Piketty était invité de la 22ème Conférence Internationale des Européanistes, que Sciences Po accueillait du 8 au 10 juillet 2015. L'occasion pour l'auteur du best-seller Le Capital au XXIème siècle de revenir sur les institutions européennes et sur la crise grecque. Interview (ci-dessus).

La 22ème Conférence Internationale des Européanistes, organisée par le Council for European Studies, se tenait pour la première fois à Sciences Po. Elle a rassemblé 1500 experts en sciences sociales sur le thème "Contradictions : envisager les futurs européens" (programme détaillé - eng.).

Voir l'interview

 

 
Soutenance de Filip Kostelka PDF Print

kostelkaFilip Kostelka soutiendra sa thèse, intitulée To Mobilise and Demobilise: The Puzzling Decline of Voter Turnout in Post-Communist Democracies, le 21 septembre 2015 à 14 heures en salle de Conseil de l'école doctorale. Le jury sera composé de André Blais, Professeur titulaire, Université de Montréal (rapporteur), Jean-Yves Dormagen, Professeur des universités, Université de Montpellier, Mark N. Franklin,  Reitemeyer Professor Emeritus, Trinity College Connecticut, Hans-Dieter Klingemann, Professor Emeritus, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, Nonna Mayer, Directrice de recherche émérite au CNRS, Sciences Po, CEE (Directrice de thèse), Milada A. Vachudova, Associate Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (rapporteure)

 

 

 
Soutenance de Thomas Aguilera PDF Print

Aguilera_Thomas_2015Thomas Aguilera a soutenu sa thèse, intitulée Gouverner les illégalismes urbains. Les politiques publiques face aux squats et aux bidonvilles dans les régions de Paris et de Madrid, le 22 juin 2015. Le jury était composé de Marc Bernardot (Université Aix Marseille, LAMES), Marisol Garcia (Université de Barcelone), Pierre Lascoumes (Sciences Po, CEE, CNRS), Patrick Le Galès, directeur de recherche, (Sciences Po, CEE, CNRS), Jacques de Maillard (Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines), Cécile Péchu (Institut d’Études Politiques et Internationales, Université de Lausanne, Geopolis). Il a reçu les félicitations du jury

 

 
Vidéo de la conférence POLITEIA : La démocratie participative est-elle un conte de fées ? PDF Print

7 mars 2015 :

Voilà plusieurs années déjà que des voix s’élèvent pour réclamer une plus grande participation des citoyens au sein du système politique. Les avatars de cette revendication sont nombreux : organisation de jury citoyens, tirage au sort des représentants, association des habitants au vote des budgets municipaux…
Mais cette belle démocratie participative apporte également son lot de difficultés. Comment inciter tous les citoyens à se sentir concernés ? Comment s’assurer de la compétence des décideurs et de la qualité des décisions ? Et surtout, comment associer plusieurs millions d’individus à l’élaboration de la législation ? La démocratie participative est-elle possible ? Au delà, est-elle souhaitable ?


Intervenant :
Clément Viktorovitch, docteur en science politique, chercheur au Laboratoire Communication et Politique (CNRS), directeur de Politeia.

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