15 new professors and researchers recruited to Sciences Po in 2011-2012
15 new professors and researchers recruited to Sciences Po in 2011-2012
We are proud to introduce 15 new professors and professor-researchers who have joined Sciences Po since September 2011.
The recruitment of quality Professors and researchers is fundamental to the success of an institution of higher education specialised in the humanities and social sciences, a domain in which intellectual and human resources are essential to the establishment’s academic success. In 2009, Sciences Po committed to the creation of thirty new professor and research posts by 2013. This decision will increase the number of CNRS researchers and new recruitments while allowing aging staff members to retire.
Emmanuel GAILLARD Emmanuel Gaillard is an Associate Professor of Law. Before joining Sciences Po, Emmanuel Gaillard was a Professor at the University of Paris XII where he taught International Arbitration and International Private Law. He has been a visiting Professor at both Harvard Law School and the University of Geneva. An internationally renowned specialist in arbitration law, Emmanuel Gaillard has published numerous works in his field including Aspects philosophiques du droit de l’arbitrage international and La jurisprudence du Centre de Règlement des Différends Relatifs aux Investissements. He is also a co-author of the celebrated book Traité de l’arbitrage commercial international. In addition to his work with Sciences Po, Emmanuel Gaillard is a world-renowned lawyer specialised in arbitration law. He is also the founder of the International Academy for Arbitration Law and the President of the International Arbitration Institute.
Quoc-Anh DO Quoc-Anh DO is an Assistant Professor with the Interdisciplinary Research Centre for the Evaluation of Public Policies (LIEPP) and the Department of Economics. After completing his PhD at Harvard University, Quoc-Anh DO worked as an Assistant Professor of Economics at Singapore Management University from 2008 to 2012. His research focuses on applied microeconomics, political economy, social networks, development economics and corporate governance. Quoc-Anh DO’s work has been published in numerous academic journals, including an article featured in the Quarterly Journal of Economics, “Directed Altruism and Enforced Reciprocity in Social Networks.”
Roberto GALBIATI CNRS researcher Roberto Galbiati joined the Department of Economics as an Assistant Professor of Economics. Roberto Galbiata completed his PhD in Economics at the University of Sienne and currently researches law, economics, and the influence of legal norms on economic behaviour. In 2012, the American Law and Economics Association honoured him with the Award of Excellence for his article published in the American Law and Economics Review “Prison Conditions and Recidivism.” He is an Associate Editor for the International Review of Law and Economics. Roberto Galbiata is a Professor in the Master of Economics and Public Policy as well as the Doctoral School where he teaches Experimental Economics and the Economics of Criminal Behaviour.
Alfred GALICHON Alfred Galichon joined the Department of Economics at Sciences Po in September 2012. He is a Professor and Scientific Director of the Master in Finance and Strategy. An alumnus of the Ecole Polytechnique Ecole des Mines de Paris (ingénieur en chef des Mines), Alfred Galichon holds a Ph.D. from Harvard University (2007). In 2010, he was nominated for the best French Young Economist Award by the Cercle des Economistes and Le Monde newspaper. Between 2007 and 2012 he was a Professor at the Ecole Polytechnique and he has been a Visiting Professor at Columbia University and the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. Alfred Galichon is an Associate Editor of the Review of Economic Studies and Economic Theory. He focuses on econometrics, economic theory and quantitative finance. In 2012 he was one of the recipients of the European Research Council (ERC) Grants awarded by the European Commission for his research on matching markets.
Sidartha GORDON Sidartha Gordon is an Associate Professor with the Department of Economics. He holds a PhD from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University where he studied the relationship between the information economy and the struggles of collective decision-making. From 2005 to 2012, Sidartha Gordon was an Assistant Professor with the Department of Economics at the University of Montreal. His research focuses on the circulation of information in the economic sphere, the process of collective decision-making and innovation, and the development of experimental research methods.
Jean-Pierre FILIU Jean-Pierre Filiu has been an Associate Professor at Sciences Po since 2006 and is now a Professor with the Department of History. He works with the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) and is an Associate Researcher with the Centre for International Studies and Research (CERI). He holds a PhD in History and is a graduate of the National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilisations (lNALCO). He has served as a diplomat to several Arab countries (Jordan, Syria, and Tunisia) and has also worked for the Ministerial Cabinet (Matignon, Defence and Internal Affairs). He has been a Guest Professor at both Columbia and Georgetown and his work has been published in more than twelve different languages. Jean-Pierre Filiu teaches about the Middle East and contemporary Islam at the PSIA, Menton and Poitiers campuses.
Elissa MAÏLANDER Elissa Maïlander is an Associate Professor with the Centre d’Histoire at Sciences Po. She completed her PhD at the EHESS and the University of Erfurt. Her research focuses on the relationships between historical theory and the use of violence, history and the memories of war and violence, genocides and conflict exit, the cultural history of the German Nazi, the history of sexuality and the history of gender among German Nazis and Germany (RDA and RFA) and post-war Austria. From 2009 to 2012, Elissa Maïlander served as the coordinator of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) interdisciplinary Doctoral Programme in partnership with the German Study and Research Centre (CIERA).
Richard BANEGAS Richard Banégas is a Professor with the Centre for International Studies and Research, CERI. A graduate of the IEP in Bordeaux, he earned a PhD from Sciences Po and had directed research at the University Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. A renowned specialist of West African studies, notably the African Great Lakes, he is Co-Director of Joint African Studies Programme, a partnership between Columbia University and Paris I University. Richard Banégas is the Director of the African Political Revue and the collection Les Afriques published by Karthala. He is also a member of the International African Institute and a permanent consultant to the Direction of Prospective at the Minister of Foreign Affairs. Richard Banégas’ current research focuses on public issues, violence, and the mobilisation of West African Youth. He is currently working on the different contexts of war, crisis exit strategies and post-conflict reconstruction.
Christopher BICKERTON Christopher Bickerton is an Associate Professor with the Paris School of International Affairs at Sciences Po (PSIA) and a Research Associate with the Centre for International Studies and Research (CERI). He completed his PhD at the University of Oxford and earned the prestigious “habilitation” for his research in Political Sciences. While working he was a Departmental Lecturer in International Studies at Oxford. From 2010 to 2011 he was an Assistant Professor at the University of Amsterdam. His work focuses on international relations, political theory and European studies. He is currently working on a book analysing the relationship between European integration and the transformation of the state in Europe. Oxford University Press will release his book at the end of 2012. Christopher Bickerton is also the co-founder of a blog on the political economy, The Current Moment.
Charlotte HALPERN After completing her PhD in Political Science, Charlotte Halpern pursued her post-doctorate at Oxford. She was recruited as research fellow to the FNSP Pacte – Social Science Research Laboratory in Grenoble to research public policy, political action, and territories. Her research uses comparative analysis to study the transformations of political action in Europe (Great Britain, France, Germany and the European Union). Her studies focus on environmental policy, infrastructures (airports) and urban public services (waste, transportation). Charlotte Halpern is the Scientific Director and Professor of the Master Regional and Urban Strategies at Sciences Po. She is also the Co-Editor of the revue Villes et Territoires. View her resume
Patrick LE LIDEC Patrick Le Lidec is a Research Fellow with CNRS and a member of the Centre d’études européennes (CEE). His research focuses on the politics of decentralisation, the transformation of public policy, and reform strategies in local governments. He teaches the Sociology of Regional Reforms with the Master in Regional and Urban Strategies.
Frédéric RAMEL Frédéric Ramel is a Professor at Sciences Po who has joined the Department of Political Studies and the Centre for International Studies and Research (CERI). His research focuses on the philosophy of international relations and aims to analyse globalisation as a chapter of world history. His latest work, L’attraction mondiale published in Presse de Sciences, provides an informative resume of globalisation’s core controversies. Furthermore, Frédéric Ramel is the Scientific Director of the l'Institut de recherche stratégique de l'école militaire and a member of the Standing Group of International Relations at the European Consortium of Political Science.
Marion FOURCADE Marion Fourcade is a Professor of sociology and Co-Director of Max Planck Sciences Po Centre on Coping with Instability in Market Societies, or MaxPo, a research centre that opened in September 2012. After earning a PhD in Sociology from Harvard, Marion Fourcade taught at both New York University and Princeton before becoming an Associate Professor at the University of Berkeley. In 2009 she published her first book Economists and Societies, a highly acclaimed work in which she uses comparative sociology to study the distinctive character of the discipline and profession of economics in the United States, Great Britain and France. Marion Fourcade is currently working on her second book that examines the cultural and institutional logic of “national classificatory styles” across a range of empirical domains including the classification of wines in France and the United States, the digitisation of books and environmental evaluation.
Emmanuel LAZEGA Emmanuel Lazega is a Professor of Sociology at Sciences Po and Researcher for the Centre for Sociology in Organisations (CSO). Before coming to Sciences Po, he taught sociology at Yale University, the University of Lille and the University of Paris-Dauphine. His research focuses on social and organisational network analysis and the organisation of collective actions. Emmanuel Lazega is particularly interested in the social mechanisms of solidarity and exclusion, collective learning and socialisation, social controls and conflict management, regulation, and institutionalism. He is a member of the Institut universitaire de France and the European Academy of Sociology. Emmanuel Lazega teaches the Sociology of Organisations with the Collège Universitaire as well as a Master course on Relational Capital and Social Capital. At the Doctoral School, he co-teaches a seminar about networks and regulation in an organisational society.
Anne REVILLARD Anne Revillard is an Associate Professor with the Centre for Studies in Social Change (OSC) and the Interdisciplinary Research Centre for the Evaluation of Public Policies (LIEPP). Her research focuses on the sociology of gender, sociology of law, sociology of public action and social movements. While Anne Revillard previously consecrated her work to the political rights of women in France and Quebec and institutional mediation, her current research focuses on gender inequalities among the administrative elite and associations in the disability sector.