Appel à communications – Les inégalités dans un contexte de crise économique mondiale

22 novembre 2010 par Communication scientifique

Inequalities in a context of global recession: perceptions, framing and politicization

 

26-28 May 2011, Sciences Po, Paris (room Goguel, 56 rue des Saints Pères, 75007 Paris)

Thursday May 26

 

14.00:  welcome coffee

 

14.30: Opening

Marie Duru-Bellat (Sciences Po, OSC), Nonna Mayer (Sciences Po, CEE, CNRS), Laurence Tubiana (Sciences Po, IDDRI), “Inequalities in a context of global recession

 

15.00-17.30:   Session 1. Political economy of inequalities

– Pablo Beramendi (University College, Oxford), “Modeling the effect of inequalities on turnout in advanced industrial societies: how left wing parties can mobilize low income voters”

– Bruno Palier (Sciences Po, CEE, CNRS), “The age of dualization: how labour market and social policies create inequalities in European Societies”

– Joshua Guetzkow (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), “Poverty and crime in the American congressional discourse: how welfare and criminal justice policies can feed inequalities”

Discussant: tbc

Friday May 27

 

9.30-12.30:     Session 2. Compared perceptions of inequalities and justice

– Camille Bedock (IUE, Sciences Po, CEE), Marie Duru-Bellat (Sciences Po, OSC), Elise Tenret (Sciences Po, OSC), “Compared perceptions of justice in a globalized world”

– Frédéric Gonthier (IEP Grenoble), “Explaining the changing attitudes of Europeans towards economic liberalism and inequalities”

– Varun Gauri (World Bank), “Is there a global consensus on international distributive justice principles and norms?”

– Leslie McCall (Northwestern University), “Americans’ beliefs about income inequality, economic opportunity and redistribution, in a context of rising inequality”

Discussant: tbc

 

12.30-14.30:   lunch break

14.30-17.30:   Session 3. Reactions to inequalities in the South: case studies

– Laurence Louër (Sciences Po, CERI), “The reciprocal politicization of socioeconomic and religious inequalities in Bahrein”

– Marcelo de Almeida Medeiros (Federal University Pernambuco), “Why are strong inequalities accepted in Brazil?”

– Mark Mattner (McGill University), “Violence in African rentier states of the Niger Delta:  the importance of informal institutions”

– Moustapha Sene (University Rennes 1), “Hunger riots and social anger in Senegal”

Discussant: tbc

20.00:  conference dinner

Saturday May 28

9.30-12.30:     Session 4. The subjective experience and reactions to poverty and inequality

– Nissim Mizrachi (Tel Aviv University), Hanna Herzog (Tel Aviv University), Josh Guetzkow (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), “Participatory destigmatisation strategies among Palestinian citizens of Israël, Ethiopian Jews and Mizrahi Jews”

– Michèle Lamont (Harvard University), Crystal Fleming (Harvard University), Jessica Welburn (Harvard University), “Responses to discrimination and social resiliences under neoliberalism (Brazil, Israël, US)”

– Jennifer M. Silva (Harvard University), “American working class selfhood in an age of economic uncertainty: and neoliberal ideology  (the contrasted effects of race, class and gender)”

– Graziella Moraes da Silva (Federal University Rio de Janeiro), Elisa Reis (Federal University Rio de Janeiro), “Perceptions of racial and class inequalities among Brazilian Blacks”

Discussant: tbc

12.30-13.00:   wrapping up intervention

Marie Duru-Bellat (Sciences Po, OSC), Nonna Mayer (Sciences Po, CEE, CNRS), Laurence Tubiana (Sciences Po, IDDRI)

 
 
 

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