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Full Booklet of the ECSR 2018 Paris Conference

Abstracts Booklet - Oral presentations | Abstracts Booklet - Poster presentations

The booklet includes all practical information, brief and long versions of the programme (with rooms and session chairs), instructions for presenters and chairs, list of posters, list of participants and a presentation of the organizing institutions.

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The conference takes place at Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris (MAP HERE). The closest underground stations are Saint-Germain-des-Prés (Line 4), Rue du Bac (Line 12), and Sèvres-Babylone (Lines 10 and 12).

For travelling within Paris or from the airports, you will find some useful information here: https://www.ratp.fr/en/itineraires.

Because of the security control at the entrance of the Sciences Po building and to make things easy, we strongly recommend you to come with your printed registration confirmation.


The theme of the 2018 conference of the European Consortium for Sociological Research is “Causes and Consequences of Inequalities in Europe”. This theme will receive special attention, and as always, we welcome presentations on all relevant areas of sociological research, such as the labor market, education, gender, the family, migration and ethnicity, urban and spatial inequalities, political sociology, health and well-being, social mobility, assortative mating and social stratification in general.

The conference is organized by the Observatoire Sociologique du Changement (Sciences Po & CNRS), with the support of the French Institute for Demographic Studies (INED), the Quantitative Sociology Laboratory (ENSAE–CREST), the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics - CEE (Sciences Po & CNRS) and the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Public Policies - LIEPP (Sciences Po).

Keynote lectures in plenary sessions will include:

Richard Breen (Nuffield College, University of Oxford)
Intergenerational Mobility in the XXth Century

Clément Dherbécourt (France Stratégie)
Measuring and Interpreting Intergenerational Mobility: New Developments in Economics

Marie Evertsson (University of Stockholm)
Families of the XXIst Century: Negotiating Gender, Work and Care

Lidia Panico (INED – French Institute for Demographic Studies)
Parenting and Early Child Outcomes: The Benefits and Limits of Comparative Research

Mirna Safi (Sciences Po, Paris)
Migration and the (Re)Making of Inequality

Jan Rovny (Sciences Po, Paris)
Ethnicity and Political Competition in Eastern Europe

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