Research

Covid-19 – United States, China and Russia: Great Powers Worry Public Opinion

on June 18th, 2020

Against the backdrop of the Covid-19 crisis, this paper examines how citizens in seven democracies (Austria, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden, and the United Kingdom) view the influence and concern of the great powers of China, the United States and Russia. This paper is based on data collected between 15 and 18 April 2020. […]

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كوفيد 19 – الصي ن ،الولايات المتحدة و روسيا: القوى الك ب ى تقلق الرأي العام

on June 18th, 2020

تستند هذه المساهمة إلى البيانات ال ت ي Ú تم جمعها في £ الف ت „ة ما بي ن € 15 و 18 أبريل/نيسان 2020 . وأجريت المقابلات باستخدام استبيان ذا تي ¿ ا إ لدارة على ا إ لن ت „نت . في £ المجمل، تم إستجواب 9 شخصا. وقد قيس حكم المواطني ن € على نفوذ القوى […]

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新冠肺炎 – 美国、中国和俄罗斯 大国引发公众焦

on June 18th, 2020

在新冠肺炎危机的大背景下,这篇文章旨在 揭示七个民主国家(德国、奥地利、法国、 意大利、新西兰、英国和瑞典)的公民如何 看待大国的影响力和大国引发的焦虑。调查 研究涉及的大国包 中国、美国和俄罗斯。 这篇文章以2020年4月15日至4月18日收集 的数据为基础。采访通过网上问卷的形式开 展。共计有9024个人回答了问卷。 公众对三个大国(中国、美国和俄罗斯)的 看法,包括大国影响力和大  态度,是通 过以下两个问题来衡量的: – 在下列国家中(中国、美国和俄罗斯),您 认为哪个国家在世界上最有影响力? – 对下列每个国家(中国、美国和俄罗斯), 请说出该国在国际舞台上的态度让您感到“焦 虑”,“放心”,还是“既不感到焦虑也不感到放 心”。 这篇文章是题为《新冠肺炎大流行之下的民 意》国际研究的一部分,政治创新基金会是 该国际项目的成员。此次国际研究的形式是 由益普索(IPSOS)研究集团在多个国家定 期开展一系列民意 查。合作伙伴联盟包括 法国国家研究总署(ANR)、法国开发署(AFD)、法国国家科学研究中心(CNRS) 主管的法国国际发展研究中心(CERDI)、世界银行、政治研究中心(CEVIPOF,  属于法国国家科学研究中心和巴黎政治 学院)、法国战略与社会展望局(France Strategie)、图卢兹高级研究所(IAST,隶 属于图卢兹大学经济学院)、汉诺威大学、 哈佛大学商学院、蒙特利 大学、麦吉尔大 学、博科尼大学、欧洲大学学院和约克大 学。 在新冠肺炎引发医疗危机的背景下,该研究 项目旨在跟踪公众舆论,包括公民感受、公 民与卫生安全的关系、大众对防护设备和公 共卫生建议是积极接受还是消极对待……这 项研究一方面有助   地理解不同人群如 何从心理上适应社交隔离措施,另一方面, 它有助于深入了解已采取措施的公众认可程 度。

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Covid-19: Mapping of emotions in France

on May 29th, 2020

Political, economic and social systems must overcome the considerable challenges associated with the Covid-19 pandemic. This health crisis is disrupting our lives and our relationship with others; it is affecting our emotions, our behaviours, our life plans. In this context, a public opinion study, collective representations and attitudes help to guide public action and encourage […]

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After covid-19 air transportation in europe: time for decision-making

on May 4th, 2020

The Covid-19 crisis will act as an accelerator in the structural changes that have been taking place in air transportation in Europe over the last twenty years on intra-European flights, marked by the rise in power of low-cost players. The latter have significant financial resources at their disposal and will take advantage of the crisis […]

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Before covid-19 air transportation in europe: an already fragile sector

on May 4th, 2020

Although European airlines have been hit hard by the Covid-19 crisis, not all are in the same boat both in terms of their ability to withstand it and in terms of access to public aid. Specifically, certain “flag-carrier” companies, such as Air France-KLM or Lufthansa, in a critical financial situation, will benefit from government support. […]

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Don’t Waste A Crisis

on April 20th, 2020

Crises bring to light strengths that were taken for granted, and weaknesses that were ignored. Countries have not invested enough for infrastructure, held back by concerns about debt; political battles over key projects and regulatory procedures only add to costs and incur delays. During the crisis we see how invaluable infrastructure is, and what the […]

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Retirement: Lessons from the Swedish reforms

on April 1st, 2020

No matter the country, the era, or the government, few things in politics are as contested as issues related to retirement and pensions reform. This paper aims to portray how pensions and pension reforms have evolved over time in Sweden. Social policy and pension reforms are a result of their time. As such, this also […]

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