Creation : Group created and launched in the second half of 2020.
Group leader : Vladimir Avetian
Composition : 7 regular members (researchers / PhD and post-doctoral students of the Chair); occasional guests (experts from French and European public institutions).
Theme : The Public Governance working group focuses on the relationships between public and political institutions, civil society and the market, and studies them through the prism of the tools and concepts of economic analysis. Particular emphasis is placed on the collection and use of original data. The work is based on various research projects carried out within the Chair, such as: the study of administrative or historical archives to study the regulation of industry and markets over a long period of time and its consequences; the analysis of interactions between economic and political institutions; the behaviour of elected politicians and the implications for public policy; the making of European policies through the prism of a detailed study of the legislative process and public consultations; or the comparison of regulatory policies between OECD countries.
These topics are considered empirically and discussed by a group of economists and data scientists as well as by external experts.
Work organisation :
The topics discussed in 2022 have led to the development of original textual analyses of data:
- Governance and Regulatory Regimes in the OECD
- European Consultations
- COVID 19
- Trade Council
- Twitter data/description of public debate between political parties in 12 developed countries at the start of the pandemic
Results : Identification and development of research projects, collaborations, partnerships with external researchers or organisations.