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L'Argent de la politique
Political money
Eric Phélippeau
New constraints have been added to the funding and management of political organizations. Actors involved in electoral campaigns have learned the rules that they have to abide by when they descend into the arena. But these rules were made for and by politicians. Their repressive and dissuasive power has shown itself to be limited.



Crise mondiale et systèmes partisans
Global crisis and party systems
Pierre Martin
This book demonstrates that the democratic crisis observed in western countries must be analyzed at the global level. It must also be seen in light of other planetary-level crises, including the 2008 economic crisis, the full electoral effects of which are only being felt several years later, the refugee crisis, terrorism and climate change.



Croire et faire croire
Usages politiques de la croyance
Believe and mahe believe
Political usages of belief
Anne Muxel
Ideologies are still active but they are divided, compartmentalised, through a mosaic of references, standards and objectives. The multidisciplinary perspective of this volume. Drawing on philosophy, history, art history, political science, sociology, the authors question the political usages of individual and collective belief.



La Démocratie des émotions
The Democracy of emotions
Loïc Blondiaux, Christophe Traïni
The practices of representative democracy that are being developed around the world, in order to involve citizens in decision making, are privileged sites for the expression of emotions. This book demonstrates how emotions are highly standardised in these new spheres of democracy.



Les Députés français et l'Europe
Tristes hémicycles ?
French MPs and Europe
« Houses on the Wane »
Olivier Rozenberg
Under pressure from Europe, MPs' relationships with voters, laws, ministers, and even themselves, have been altered. In analysing the impact of European integration on the French national assembly, Olivier Rozenberg has interviewed 60 MPs on their understanding of parliamentary activity.



Dictionnaire d'économie politique
Capitalisme, institutions, pouvoir
Dictionary of political economics
Capitalism, institutions, power
Colin Hay, Andy Smith
This dictionary provides a unique and pluralist synthesis of contemporary knowledge in political economics. From "Austerity" to “Work” to “The 2007 Financial Crisis”, political scientists, sociologists and economists define and discuss key concepts, theoretical perspectives, and societal controversies in this vast research area.



L'Etat, le promoteur et le maire
La fabrication des politiques du logement
The state, the investor and the Mayor
Manufacturing housing policy
Julie Pollard
Over the last twenty years, in order to continue to support construction – including of public housing – while limiting their investments, the state and municipalities have chosen to hand things over to investors. By making themselves dependent on investors, public actors run the risk of seeing themselves stripped of their ability for action.



Imparfaites démocraties
Frustrations populaires et vagues populistes
Imperfect democracies
frustrations of the people and the tide of populism
Yves Mény
Are we really on the eve of the collapse of democracy? In view of the economic and political changes underway in countries like Italy, the United States, the United Kingdom, and France, the author argues that democracies will reinvent themselves.



Les Nouvelles inégalités du travail
Pourquoi l'emploi se polarise
New work-based inequalities
The polarisation of the labour market
Grégory Verdugo
The polarisation of the labour market affects most countries and has become a striking phenomenon over the last two decades. It has led to an explosion in wage gaps and an increased risk of unemployment and insecurity. Is this phenomenon inevitable ?



Le Paradoxe du macronisme
The paradox of Macronism
Luc Rouban
In order to try and retrace the DNA of Macronism after a year of scandals, Luc Rouban draws on large-scale surveys of French public opinion, as well as on the entourage of the President and the new Assembly.



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