Reliance on Chinese inputs has dramatically increased since the early 2000s. As a consequence, most countries are exposed to the Chinese productivity slowdown, both directly through their imports of Chinese inputs and indirectly…Read more
(IPP Policy Brief n°50) Ground work vs. social media: how to best reach voters in French municipal elections?
Platforms such as Twitter and Facebook are widely considered important, if controversial, channels for candidates and parties around the world to communicate with citizens and win votes…Read more
15 October 2019 – What are the key statistics in this Budget? What impact will the new policies (on property tax, income tax, adjustments to benefits, etc.) (…)Read more
The Institut des politiques publiques is glad to invite you to a conference organized by and at the French National Assembly on February 13, 2020. This event (…)Read more
PSE is glad to welcome the Paris-London Public Economics Conference co-organized by Sciences Po – Department of Economics, London School of Economics (LSE), Institut des Politiques Publiques (IPP), University College London (…)Read more
By Julien Martin, Alejandra Martinez, Isabelle Mejean – More than three years after the unexpected Brexit vote of June 2016, there is still no exit agreement between the United Kingdom and the European Union…Read more
The Journées de l’Économie (Jéco), organized by the Foundation for the University of Lyon, offer keys to understand better the world around us. The main topics are (…)Read more