Politiques publiques 3, Les politiques publiques sous Sarkozy
With Patrick Le Lidec, Céline Belot, Philippe Bezes, Daniel Bourmaud, Joao Carvalho, Ben Clift, Renaud Dehousse, Andrew Geddes, Charlotte Halpern, Patrick Hassenteufel, Nicolas Jabko, Armel Le Divellec, Elsa Massoc, Sophie Meunier, Christian Mouhanna, Erik Neveu, Pauline Ravinet, Sebastian Roché, Olivier Rozenberg
Public Policy 3, Public Policies during Sarkozy's Presidency
During Nicolas Sarkozy's presidency, the feeling of a strong concentration of power and an unprecedented reform efforts prevails.
This book attempts to assess the impact of reformist practices engaged during the last five years, through eighteen chapters on institutional developments, practices and decision-making on changes in key sectors of the state action (taxation, local government, higher education, justice, immigration, Europe, etc..).
Written by experts in public action, it provides a first assessment of government policy under Sarkozy and a valuable contribution to public debate.
Charlotte Halpern is a researcher at the Centre for European studies and comparative politics (CEE) at Sciences Po.
Nouveaux modèles de gestion des ressourcesFrugal cities
New models of resource management
With environmental urgency facing us everywhere, innovative urban projects to reduce pollution and waste are emerging around the world. But how useful are these experiences on a global scale? Is it possible to make a town durable without being detrimental to its surroundings? This book sets out to explore these questions.
L'Instrumentation de l'action publique
Controverses, résistance, effetsThe Instrumentation of Public Action
Controversy, Reluctance and Repercussions
How is collective action organised? How do collective actors work together? This rich dialogue highlights many fruitful reflections on instrumentation, helping to rethink social science and collective action today.