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L'État des droits
Politique des droits et pratiques des institutions
The State of Subjective Rights
Public Policy and Institutional Practices
Pierre-Yves Baudot, Anne Revillard
This book provides a detailed investigation of public policy regarding subjective rights - right to housing, patients' rights, equal rights and equal opportunities, the participation and citizenship of persons with disabilities, the right to a minimum income, etc. - supported by insights from legal, sociological and political science perspectives.



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.



L'Europe élargie
Enjeux économiques
Enlarged Europe
Economical issues
Marie-Luise Herschtel
The economical issues of the enlargment are a source of worry to the different populations of the Union. In a clear and concise manner, the author analyses how the costs and advantages might be shared out over time among member States.



L'Europe par le marché
Histoire d'une stratégie improbable
Europe by the Market
History of an Unlikely Strategy
Nicolas Jabko
A provocative and simple analysis of the European integration process. Nicolas Jabko demonstrates that the European Commission deployed a strategy that invoked mulitple dimensions of the logic of the "market" to promote its political objectives.



Les faux-semblants du Front national
Sociologie d'un parti politique
The False Pretences of the Front National
The sociology of a political party
Sylvain Crépon, Alexandre Dézé, Nonna Mayer
Since Marine Le Pen was elected president of the Front National in 2011, the party has broken all its electoral records, attracted an unprecedented number of new supporters, and elected the most officials ever in its history. But has the party truly changed? Fundamentally, the answer is no. This is the conclusion of the thorough investigation.



Français comme les autres ?
Enquête sur les citoyens d'origine maghrébine, africaine et turque
French like Everyone Else?
A survey of French citizens of Maghrebin, African, and Turkish origin
Sylvain Brouard, Vincent Tiberj
How do these people, be they immigrants or the descendents of immigrants, write themselves into French society?



Les Français contre l'Europe
Are the French Anti- Europe ?
Understanding the referendum of May 29th 2005
Sylvain Brouard, Emiliano Grossman, Nicolas Sauger
The French have always had a complex relationship with Europe. This book provides a global viewpoint of the specific nature of the European question in the French political arena.



La France dans la nouvelle Europe
Assumer le changement d'échelle
France in the New Europe
Confronting a change in scale
Christian Lequesne
A sharp essay retracing the evolutions of France's European policy starting in the early 1980’s, while offering paths for France to take in recovering a place in Europe, and for Europe in recovering a place in France...



La France vers le bipartisme?
La présidentialisation du PS et de l'UMP
Developments in French Politics: a Move Towards a Two-Party System?
The Presidentialization of the Socialist Party (PS) and the UMP
Gérard Grunberg, Florence Haegel






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