SCIENCES PO, FONDATION NATIONALE DES SCIENCES POLITIQUES, PARIS
Sciences Po is today a competitive institution of higher education that has a strong international dimension thanks to multi-lingual teaching and the comparative and international perspectives of its courses. The excellence of the education given at Sciences Po is mirrored by the geography of its seven campuses: located in the heart of French cities with a strong historical heritage, they offer an exceptional living environment that encourages intellectual exchanges and the concentration of talent. In EFESEIIS Project SciencesPo will be co-leader of WP6- Comparative Historical perspective on Social Inclusion, innovation and Social Entrepreneurship with GCU and Co-leader of WP6 – The role of main institutions with Syddansk University

BRUNO-CAUTRESBruno Cautrès is a CNRS senior research fellow at the CEVIPOF- Centre de Recherche Politiques de Sciences Po. After obtaining a doctorate in political science, both from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Grenoble and at Nuffield College, University of Oxford, he has been a post-doctoral fellow at the Maison Française and Associate member of Nuffield College in Oxford. He then joined the CNRS and was successively a researcher at the CERAT in Grenoble, then at the CIDSP he directed between 1999 and 2004. He joined the CEVIPOF in 2006. His research focuses on the analysis of the voting behavior and its determinants, especially regarding social inclusion/exclusion. They also focus on citizens’ attitudes vis-à-vis European integration, in particular dealing with entrepreneurship and social issues. His research and teaching have very strong quantitative methodologies connotation and he also teaches quantitative methods at Sciences Po as well as at the ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research summer) and IPSA (International Political Science Association) summer schools (in Ljubljana and Sao Paulo). Recent publications: Bruno Cautrès Anne Muxel, dir. The New Vote in Western Europe. France and Beyond. New York, Palgrave, 2011, Richard Nadeau, Mike Lewis-Beck, Eric Belanger, Bruno Cautrès, Martial Foucault. Le Vote des Français de Mitterrand à Sarkozy. Paris, Presses de Sciences Po, 2012.

DiderjpegDidier Chabanet political scientist, senior research Fellow at the Ecole Normale Supérieure Lettres & Sciences Humanities in Lyon, and Associate Research Fellow at Sciences Po. He has established himself as a well-known international scholar in the field of discrimination, integration, exclusion, and in particular unemployment. He has extensively advanced research and knowledge on the mobilization of the unemployed, engaging in a number of European comparative projects. He has been the national coordinator of the UNEMPOL project (5th EU FP). In all, 9 books, 5 edited journal issues, 24 chapters in edited volumes and 17 articles in scientific journals with peer reviews have been or are about to be published. Recent publications include: Mobilising against marginalisation in the EU (ed. with F. Royall), Cambridge Scholars Publishing (2010); European Governance and Democracy. Power and Protest in the EU (with R. Balme), Rowman & Littlefield (2008); “When the Unemployed Challenge the EU: The European Marches as a Mode of Externalisation of Protest”, Mobilization, 13 (3) 2008 and “Citizenship, Welfare, and the Opportunities for Political Mobilisation: Migrants and Unemployed Compared” (with M. Giugni), in From National toward International Linkages? Civil Society and Multi-Level Governance, Jan van Deth and William Maloney ed., Edward Elgar Publishers (2008).