The presentation aims to explore the interrelationships between poverty and climate change from three angles. First, we present our broad conceptual framework of the co-evolution of poverty alleviation and climate change in growth trajectories, with as background the economic literature in the matter. Then, as development practitioners in India, we present our insights, garnered through personal experience and observations over time, at two levels:
Multi-level Governance and Disaster Response
Politics of Religious Pluralism: Interfaith "Dialogues" and Diagreements
Targeted Killings in Israel and in the United States
Investment Treaty interpretation by international arbitrators
The Transnational Networks of Catholic Anti-Semitism (France, Italy, 1917-1934)
Matching on Newtworks and Hedonic Models
- Speaker : Shyama Ramani
- Discutant : François Bourguignon
- Chair : Teresa Ribera
- Présence supplémentaire de Dr Raja Venkataramani
The project addresses an interdisciplinary reflection on the idea of interdisciplinarity itself between literature et the social sciences. A doctoral seminar for two years, in 2015 and 2016 will introduce a new way of training doctoral students at Columbia and Sciences-Po in a significant and exciting fashion, with the scholar contribution of several disciplines.
Professor Karen Barkey (Sociology & History, Columbia University) and Professor Christophe Jaffrelot (Political Science, Sciences Po) seek an Innovative Co-teaching Grant from the Alliance Program for their fall 2014 course, “Ethno-religious Identity and Politics in the Middle East and South Asia.” The course will focus on the relationship between religion and politics and the manner in which a past history of religious and ethnic communalism affects contemporary politics.
Edith Hsu-Chen is the Director for Manhattan at the NYC Department of City Planning. Working closely with City Planning Commissioner Carl Weisbrod, she is responsible for shaping and implementing land use, zoning, and urban design policy to foster the growth of Manhattan neighborhoods and business districts.
President Frédéric Mion will meet with Sciences Po students based in NYC at a Alliance-sponsored lunch on October 7th in the International Affairs Building.
Date: Thursday November 6th, 2014
Speaker: Nicholas Stern (London School of Economics, President of the British Academy)
Professor Emmanuel Lazega will be visiting Columbia University from Sciences Po in the spring of 2015. His work focused primarily on organizational and social networks analysis as a means to explain collective action, with the overarching aim of contributing to the development of a neo-structural sociology.
OSC Scientific Seminar
Peter Bearman, Jonathan R. Cole Professor of the Social Sciences, Department of Sociology, Columbia University (New-York).
Bruno Latour, born in 1947 in Beaune, Burgundy, from a wine grower family, was trained first as a philosopher and then an anthropologist. From 1982 to 2006, he has been professor at the Centre de sociologie de l'Innovation at the Ecole nationale supérieure des mines in Paris and, for various periods, visiting professor at UCSD, at the London School of Economics and in the history of science department of Harvard University.
A discussion organized within the CERI's doctoral seminar on China
with Andrew J. Nathan, Professor of Political Science, Columbia University
Chair: Françoise Mengin, Research Director, Sciences Po-CERI
Christian Lechervy, Deputy Director of Strategic Affairs and Pacific Asia, French Ministry of Foreign Affairs
As part of the 2013-2014 "Réseaux et Régulation" seminars of the CSO at Sciences Po, Professor Peter Bearman (Department of Sociology, Columbia University) will lead a seminar titled "Revenge and Dominance in Multisided Conflicts: Event Sequences and Interaction Networks".
Professor Bearman is a 2013-2014 Alliance Short Term Visiting Professor.
Christine Musselin has been the Vice President for Research at Sciences Po since 2013 where she is also a Professor of Sociology. She is also president of the French network on higher education, the Reseau d'Etude sur l'Enseignement Supérieur (RESUP).
Olivier Ferrando holds a master degree in History, Law and Human Rights from Grenoble university, and a PhD in political science on the minority question in post--Soviet Central Asia.
He analizes identity policies implemented by Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan toward their ethnic minorities within the country and abroad, and the strategies developed by these minorities and their leaders.
Head for Resource mobilization and External Finance Division at the African Development Bank Group
Benoît Chervalier's professional career has included assignments in governmental, non-governmental and international finance institutions in different parts of the world, including France, Germany, Tunisia, and USA, and various experiences at project levels in more than 30 countries, notably in Asia and in Africa.
He has also have extensive experience in teaching and writing on development and international economic issues.
Milena Dieckhoff is a PhD candidate from Sciences Po and a recipient of the Alliance Doctoral Mobility Grant for 2014. She is visiting the Center for International Conflict Resolution during the Spring 2014 semester, and working with Professor Jean-Marie Guehenno, Associate Director of the Arnold A. Saltzman Institute for War and Peace Studies at SIPA.
Marco Oberti is a sociology professor at Sciences Po, and a researcher at the Observatoire sociologique du changement (l'OSC).. His recent research deals with the interactions between urban and school inequalities, and their effects and causes in terms of segregation. Since January 2014, he has been the director of the Sociology Department and also of the OSC.
Ruben Durante is an Associate Professor of Economics at Sciences-Po and a 2013-2014 visiting professor at Yale at the Leitner Program in Political Economy. He received an M.A. from Brown University, as well as an M.A. from Paris-1 Pantheon Sorbonne, and completed his Ph.D. in "Essays on Political Economics" at Brown University.