CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

Connecting through public transport: accessibility to health and education in major African cities - E. Saïsset, A. Stokenberga, T. Kerzhner & X. Espinet Alegre. Just Published doi.org/10.1080/23792949.2024.

July 04, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

Sciences Po - CRIS is recuiting a full-time, Assistant Professor (tenure-track) on Environmental Inequalities. Position beginning on January 1st 2025. Deadline September 30th, 2024. Come with us to measure environmental inequalities, understand their multi-levels mechanisms, and identify policies to address them. sciencespo.fr/osc/fr/content/s

July 02, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

“Reshuffling the Masculinities Deck: How Subordinate Men From Progressive Privileged Social Backgrounds Mobilize Sexual Consent Narratives to Enhance Their Social Status” - Paper by Rébecca Lévy-Guillain journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.11
In-depth interviews with 39 educated and economically privileged heterosexual men to examine which types of men adopt egalitarian sexual norms and how / why they do so.

June 25, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

A life course theoretical framework for analyzing variation in family lives across time, place, and social location. 2 case studies. Paper by Zachary Van Winkle et al. doi.org/10.1111/jomf.13012

June 24, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

Millennials are widely seen as the “precarious generation” in American society. This gloomy narrative is contradicted by recent reports suggesting that Millennials set to become the richest generation in history. But wealth has become more unequally distributed. Addressing extreme wealth inequality requires urgent policy intervention -> Comments by Rob J. Gruijters, Nicole Kapelle, Zachary Van Winkle & Anette Fasang inequality.org/research/genera

June 12, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

In US schools, the waves of book bans (disproportionately written by authors of color) can be understood as a form of political action in increasingly contested local contexts rather than as effective censorship.
New Paper by Marcelo S O Goncalves, Isabelle Langrock, Jack LaViolette & Katie Spoon doi.org/10.1093/pnasnexus/pgae

June 12, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

The Netflix Omnivore - The effect of streaming platforms on cultural diversity & inequalities - Working paper by Samuel Coavoux & Abel Aussant osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/dycw We find a significant, positive effect of using streaming platforms on the diversity of cultural consumption...

May 14, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

Adding experiments to the classical survey-interview mix: A three-method design for supporting micro-to-macro explanations in sociology - Martin Aranguren sciencedirect.com/science/arti Contribution of discrimination (micro process) to the generation of inequalities in mental health (macro outcome) between culturally stigmatized and non-stigmatized groups.

May 13, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

"Gradients in low birthweight by maternal education: A comparative perspective" [FR-US-UK] Paper by Lidia Panico, Alice Goisis, Melissa Martinson [OA] sciencedirect.com/science/arti - "Differences in the mechanisms producing birth health inequalities mirror differences in the policy environment in the 3 countries".

May 07, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

New paper / experiment on educational inequalities: Metacognition as a mediator of the relation between family socioeconomic status and language + mathematical abilities in preschoolers, by Carlo Barone, Mélanie Maximino-Pinheiro, Grégoire Borst et al. nature.com/articles/s41598-024 [Open Access]

May 07, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

The wealth gap between rich millennials and the rest of their age group is the largest of any generation - A new class war? Spotted on CNBC, summary of @VanWinkleZachary et al. paper cnbc.com/2024/04/26/wealth-gap

April 30, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

"Does Family Structure Account for Child Achievement Gaps by Parental Education?" (England, France, Germany, United States). Inequalities by maternal education in children's math and reading skills using harmonized, longitudinal, and nationally representative surveys. Anne Solaz, Lidia Panico et al. doi.org/10.1111/padr.12623

April 22, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

Revive a research programme based on the integration between social policy & international political economy -> geared at critically assessing issues related to gender equality, employment and redistribution. Emanuele Ferragina revisit the ‘two lives’ of Esping-Andersen - Welfare State, Demographic Turn and some key concepts: Decommodification, Social Stratification, Social Investment... onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/fu

April 12, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

"Income and Wealth Inequality in India, 1922-2023: The Rise of the Billionaire Raj", Working Paper by Lucas Chancel, Nitin Kumar Bharti, Thomas Piketty and Anmol Somanchi.
Inequality declined post-independence till the early 1980s, after which it began rising and has skyrocketed since the early 2000s.
wid.world/news-article/inequal

March 29, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

Co-winner of the 2024 Global Inequality Research Award (GiRA), James K. Boyce, author of seminal work on the relationship between social inequality & environmental degradation will give a lecture, Friday, April 5, at Sciences Po Paris. Free Admission (upon registration) sciencespo.fr/osc/en/content/j

March 15, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

Workshop "Urban and rural infrastructure in the Global South", April 5th, Paris School of Economics (Opening Economics Chair).
- Africa’s Infrastructure, a paradox for whom? (James Christopher Mizes)
- Local Infrastructure, Objective and Subjective Income in a Divided Society (Laura Silva)
- Complementarities in Infrastructure: Evidence from Indian Agriculture (Oliver Vanden Eynde)
parisschoolofeconomics.eu/en/n

February 28, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

The analysis of the asymmetry between incoming and outgoing air travel (Sabre data) can shed some light on potential corridors and timeframes of irregular migration via overstaying.
MPC Blog, Ettore Recchi & Luca Bernasconi blogs.eui.eu/migrationpolicyce

February 19, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

Just Published: "Belonging to the nation, belonging to Europe? Varieties of particularism and universalism in migrant identity negotiation", Maricia Fischer-Souan, Journal of Contemporary European Studies. tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.10 Immigrant relationships to Europe vary a great deal. (Dis)inclinations toward the supranational dimension have a lot to do with how migrants achieve and conceive of belonging in the new homeland in the first place.

February 14, 2024
CRIS_SciencesPo
CRIS_SciencesPo@sciences.social

2 Temporary Jobs: Sociology remote interviewer to conduct in-depth qualitative online interviews (Comparative Disinformation Project).
- French speaking: sciencespo.fr/osc/sites/scienc
- English speaking (USA): sciencespo.fr/osc/sites/scienc
Deadline March 12th.

February 06, 2024