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Séminaire Policy Analytics

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Le projet Policy Analytics organise un séminaire mensuel, ainsi qu’un groupe de travail (dates à préciser auprès des responsables, Juliette Rouchier et Yves Meinard - [contact prénom.nom@dauphine.fr]), ouverts aux membres du LAMSADE tout autant qu’aux extérieurs.

Séminaires

Inaugural : 2 mars 2017 de 12h30 à 14h - P301
Juliette Rouchier - "Policy Analytics to look at the red mud conflict in Southern France."
A strong socio-environmental conflict due to the release of industrial residues in the Mediterranean Sea has been lasting for more than 40 years near Marseille. Analyzing the present situation through a field work with interviews and observations allows to identify the main shape of environmental conflict in contemporary France, and what it reveals of the way public policy is perceived by different spheres. Arguments about prioritization and legitimacy can help decipher ways to enhance the decision processes.

30 mars 2017 de 12h30 à 14h - P303
Jean-François Laslier - "Experiments on the reaction of citizens to new voting rules"
Political theory, Social Choice theory as well as Game theory can hardly predict how people vote under different voting rules. We therefore designed various kind of experiments, in the lab and on the field, to observe voters’ behavior. This was also an occasion to see how people react when offered to participate to scientific experiments scientific about institutional and democratic questions

11 mai 2017 de 12h30 à 14h - P303
Romain Touret
"The French funding system over the research and innovative projects: a descriptive model of functional and organisational assessment"
Through out a historical and theoretical perspective of the national research and innovation system, we put forward a descriptive model that is both functional and organisational for the funding of research and innovation projects in France. Using this model allows to understand the different evolutions of the French research system, to grasp its dynamics and to absorb its dual governance (budgetary and scientific). In addition, we have built this model so that it can be used as a toolbox to understand how the research and innovation sector are funded in France. It can also be used ore broadly in a public policy context and in particular to help setting up an evaluation model for the research funding policy.

8 juin 2017 de 12h30 à 14h - P303
Ivan Blečić - professeur à l’Université de Cagliari (IT) et professeur invité au LAMSADE
"Measuring capabilities in space: the case of urban walkability"
Walkability is increasingly recognised by scholars and urban planners as a relevant factor of urban quality of life.
Afar from just wanting to create a cappuccino-sipping Stadtluft, the focus on walkability runs deep at the core of some "urban capabilities", with wide-ranging impacts on people’s health, relationship with urban environment, social interactions, quality of life and "right to the city".
In this colloquium, Ivan Blecic will present the ongoing efforts of his research group to operationally define a capability-wise concept of walkability, and to develop decision-aiding evaluation models and software tools for urban planning and public policy.