Des panoramas, synthèses, états de l'art (« Théories », « Dictionnaires », etc.), ouvrages de pensée destinés à faire date dans leur discipline.
Ce dictionnaire offre les outils intellectuels indispensables pour comprendre les transformations contemporaines de l'action publique. Il ne se contente pas de définir des notions mais montre comment les grands concepts de ce champ d'étude se sont forgés, puis modifiés et enrichis pour prendre en compte les nouveaux acteurs et instruments.
5e édition entièrement mise à jour et augmentée
Laurie Boussaguet, Sophie Jacquot
This book is both educational and exhaustive, aimed at students, teachers, diplomats, and journalists. It presents the intellectual and historical environment of international relations, its paradigms, its key concepts and debates, and questions the connections between theory and practice.
6e édition mise à jour
Dario Battistella, Jérémie Cornut
Life at work is just as important for the construction of individuals as their social belonging or education. From the 1970s, Renaud Sainsaulieu revolutionized French sociology of organizations with this book by shedding light on the fundamental cultural effect of professional activity.
Les effets culturels de l'organisation
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.
Capitalisme, institutions, pouvoir
Colin Hay, Andy Smith
A genuinely planetary issue, long neglected amongst major world questions, migration transforms and affects international relations, and redefines state sovereignty. In particular it testifies as to the urgent need for a new diplomacy incorporating its global and regional governance.
Migrants, réfugiés et relations internationales
Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
Moving beyond traditional dichotomies and making compromise the main principle of European political life, this volume constitutes a genuine reference that allows us to better understand the challenges facing the European Union.
4e édition mise à jour et augmentée
Would critical approaches help thinking security? This is the bias of this book that highlights and discusses the contributions of critical approaches to our understanding of security.
The goal of the book is to present the most recent theoretical debates on multiculturalism philosophies. A sort of vade mecum for university students, academics and involved citizens, the book will interest a broad audience wishing to understand the challenges of ethnic and cultural diversity via a concise, cutting-edge summary.
How China now designs its relations with the world? This comprehensive overview highlights the evolution of official discourse and resources mobilized by China to increase its influence in world affairs.
Entre intégration et volonté de puissance
"A perfectly timely guide for conflict analysis, put forth by two great masters. There is no better instrument for teaching students how to understand the causes, the processes and the results of different forms of political conflict." Jack A. Goldstone, George Mason University.
De la grève à la révolution
Sidney Tarrow, Charles Tilly
Designed for practitioners, students and professors, this is the first dictionary devoted to health expertise. It describes the uses, notions and concepts of the field. Drawing on the most recent research, it simultaneously illustrates the institutional context surrounding expertise and the actors that contribute to it or endure its consequences.
Santé, travail, environnement
Claude Gilbert, Emmanuel Henry
The EU's greatest success of the past twenty years remains the expansion of its democratic model to Eastern Europe. But its neighborhood policy should be reassessed in the light of the Ukrainian crisis, the Arab revolutions, etc. By the most prominent experts, this book invites readers to reconsider the relationship between the EU and its borders.
L'Europe et ses voisinages
This book is an excellent introduction to migration issues and raises new questions as the links between migration and development, the issues relating to citizenship and nationality, and international cooperation necessary for the management of migrants.
In the United States, the development of foreign policy involves a great variety of actors and provokes intense debates. This full overview of the development of American foreign policy simultaneously examines its history, nature, culture, approaches, associated institutions and links with society. A best for students and professionals.
Fondements, acteurs, formulation
Gilbert Rist provides a complete and powerfull overview of the idea of development. This fourth edition of a long-seller highlights the contradictions arising from "the demands of growth" and the urgency to save the planet.
Histoire d'une croyance occidentale
The author gives a comprehensive overview of the Chinese political system that fills a major gap. This publication therefore appears essential for any researcher in RI, whatever their field of study, given the prominent role played by the Chinese power on the world stage.
Un nouvel équilibre autoritaire
Serving as a reference point on climate change and related strategical questions, this work examines the relationship between science and politics; the evolving geopolitics of climate; energy transition in Europe, the United States and major emerging countries; and the multiple links between climate change and globalisation.
20 ans de négociations internationales
Stefan Aykut, Amy Dahan
This first dictionary of entrepreneurship provides both the concepts and examples needed to describe and understand entrepreneurship from different economic perspectives, thus offering a large overview of both seminal and contemporary research.
Pierre-Marie Chauvin, Michel Grossetti